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Beyond Bright is a three-panel LED light that's made to be screwed into any standard light socket without the use of tools. It's specified that within the three adjustable panels, each light contains 126 separate LED bulbs that will give off 3500 lumens of bright light in a pure white shade. This particular type of light has been introduced as an alternative to the traditional lightbulb that hangs from the ceiling in an otherwise dim garage, closet, basement, or attic.
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To get started with your Beyond Bright light, find an available light socket on a ceiling or wall to screw it into. Of course, if there's already a lightbulb in that socket, you'll need to turn that bulb off and remove it before adding your new light. If the socket is empty, though, you can simply twist the new three-paneled light into it immediately.
Once you've twisted your light securely into the socket of your choice, you can either leave its panels as they are or tip them this way and that to change the angle of each. You may want to tip them if you think you'll need light to shine directly onto a particular area of the space you've installed your light in.
Finally, after you're satisfied with the arrangement of your panels, use the power button that you'll find on the black part of the light to turn it on. If you decide you haven't angled the light's panels in an ideal manner after they've lit up, just turn the light off with the power button and adjust them again. Otherwise, you'll be ready to move on to other activities, and you'll be able to do them with a high level of illumination in the immediate area.
A standard 60-watt incandescent lightbulb will give off about 800 lumens of light, but this LED light will give off 3500 lumens. Therefore, if you swap a standard bulb for one of these, you'll find that any space is all of a sudden much brighter. Plus, your LED light will give off that much light while actually using less electrical energy than a standard bulb, which means your electrical bills may decrease.
As a source of illumination, Beyond Bright is very versatile in that it can be used within virtually any indoor space, as long as there's electricity (and a light socket to screw it into). If you get tired of having this light in one room and think it'll be more useful elsewhere, you can turn it off, unscrew it and install it in the new location in minutes.
The installation of one of these lights will never require any tools, so even a person with no experience doing home repairs or renovations should be able to install one with little to no assistance. Taking one of these lights down and moving it won't require tools, either, so if you have none, you won't have to worry about borrowing them from a friend, family member or neighbor.
LED lights typically last for longer than incandescent bulbs without burning out, and some will burn for up to 100, 000 hours without needing to be replaced. That means your Beyond Bright light will likely operate at full capacity for up to 30 years. If one or more of the 126 bulbs within it happens to burn out, the others will still be able to give you light.
If you're repairing a motorized vehicle in your garage or fixing a broken appliance in your basement, you're going to want to clearly see what you're doing. Without being able to see clearly, you might push or press the wrong thing and make the problem worse, or even hurt yourself. Fortunately, your Beyond Bright light will allow you to see clearly into spaces that a hanging incandescent bulb may not enable you to. Using one of these lights might be even better than using a flashlight, as you'll be able to keep both hands free while it's on.
It's common for a closet to be dark, but this can be annoying since you may not be able to see the clothes, shoes or other items inside if you're not in broad daylight. If you're able to install a Beyond Bright light in each of your dark closets, though, you'll gain the ability to take a full inventory of the stuff inside in the evening or at nighttime. You may even come across things that you've forgotten you had.
If there's no light socket in the area in which you want to install one of these lights, you'll either have to abandon the idea or install a light socket yourself. While installing one of the lights isn't supposed to be difficult, installing an actual socket may prove to be so. It would be helpful if there was the option of battery-powering these lights, so users could carry them around and use them in areas without a light socket available.
All of the Beyond Bright lights have been made to give off light in a shade of pure white, and while this may appeal to most users, some might find this too piercingly bright. Unfortunately, if that's the case for you, changing the color of the bulbs will be virtually impossible, as this LED light's panels aren't made to be opened up. If you want a light that'll give off soft yellow light, amber light or light of another color, choosing another type of light entirely is probably the best idea.
If you decide to keep using incandescent bulbs, you may have to replace each bulb in your home once every few months or once a year. However, if you decide to use a Beyond Bright light in at least one space, that'll relieve you of the responsibility of replacing any bulbs there for years. If you decide that you like this type of light, there's nothing wrong with installing one in every room of your home and having your lighting needs set for the foreseeable future.
When you're trying to do chores such as laundry or home repairs by the light of an incandescent bulb, you might think that each task is taking too long because you can't see every detail. You might find that when you start using a Beyond Bright light instead, chores that used to take an hour or so might take half the time. The new light will transform your working environment from a bit dim to super-bright, so you may be able to move—both mentally and physically—at a much faster pace.
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