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Bionic Light is a round, compact LED light that can be used as an alternative to an ordinary flashlight. You'll have the choice of either sticking yours to a wall or to another flat surface via the adhesive on its base or detaching it from the base and carrying it around. Since it has a "wide-eye" design and contains COB (chips-on-board) LED lights, it's purported to provide more powerful illumination than most flashlights. Each one comes in a shade of pure white and gives off white light.
The cost of Bionic Light is $19.95 plus $6.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Bionic Light at the discounted price of only $6.95 for a total price of $33.85.
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To get started with your Bionic Light, use the double-sided adhesive to attach the base to a flat surface, such as a wall or door. Then rest the back of the round light against its base and allow the magnetic power of each to draw the base and the light together.
Next, turn on your light by using the button located on its outer shell (not on the base). At this point, you can also adjust the angle of the light by gently moving it in any direction, as it'll swivel a full 360 degrees if needed. Its shell will stay cool when it's turned on, so you won't burn your fingers.
If you'd like to carry your light somewhere with you in or around your home, instead of using a flashlight, you'll have the option of doing so. To do so, simply pull the light gently off its base and carry it in one hand, as if you're carrying an egg. When you're done using it in this way, it's best to return it to its base so you don't run the risk of misplacing it.
Once you're done with your light for a while, regardless of whether it's attached to its base or not, push the button on its shell again to turn it off and thereby conserve its battery.
Each Bionic Light is white, which means that each one will likely look nice in any room of your home, no matter what the rest of the decor's like. White is an especially ideal shade for kitchens and bathrooms since many of these rooms contain a lot of white appliances and fixtures to start with.
If you think one of these lights won't be enough to meet your household's portable illumination needs, that won't be a problem, as you'll get four in a set. Even if you don't need to use four in your main place of residence, an extra one may come in handy at a cottage or at a workplace outside the home.
Each one of these lights will be able to be turned on 3, 000 separate times before you'll need to change the batteries inside. Furthermore, the LED bulbs within each light will last for up to 100, 000 hours before they burn out. As a result, depending on how often you use each light, a single one may last you for more than a decade.
The shell of every Bionic Light is made from durable polymer, which means that each one will be unlikely to break if you drop it a few feet to the ground. One of these may also be able to withstand the accidental impact of a large object, such as a rock that hits it while it's hanging outside your front door. Moreover, the adhesive on the base of each one is 3M adhesive, which is known for being durable, so it's unlikely that it'll lose its stickiness quickly.
The Bionic Light has been designed to light up when it senses motion within 10 feet of itself, whether that motion is in the form of a person (or animal) walking or a car approaching. If you hang one outside your home, it'll light your way as you approach your door. It may also alert you to potential intruders if you see it turn on while you're inside.
To add other small lights to the inside or outside of your home, you might have to attempt to wire one yourself or hire an electrician. Fortunately, there's no wiring required when you use one of the Bionic Lights. Just stick your light to your chosen surface, press the power button, and the installation is done!
This light is water resistant when attached to any indoor or outdoor surface. Consequently, it'll be able to withstand raindrops, snow flurries or drops of water from your shower without losing its effectiveness. It'll also make a good source of illumination while you're in a boat of any sort. Keep in mind that you should not fully submerge it in any container or body of water on purpose, though.
The Bionic Light is lightweight enough that almost anyone (including a school-aged child) will be able to carry it in one hand, as they would an ordinary flashlight. However, while carrying it, you'll get more illumination in all directions than you'd get from the majority of handheld flashlights.
The magnet on the back of each light that normally will attach the light to its base will also enable you to attach it to the hood of your car. Having one of these lights may benefit you when you're doing car repairs, especially if it's dusky or dark outside, as it'll help you see the vehicle's inner parts super-clearly.
Although the fact that this type of light runs by batteries will make it useful during a power outage, it's unclear whether your first set of batteries will be built into each light or not. If not, you'll need to obtain those on your own, and even if your first set is included, you'll have to obtain any future replacements you need independently.
Your Bionic Light will only give off bright, white light, which is fine in most situations, but it'd be helpful if it could also flash or give off a different color of light during emergencies.
Since this light can be quickly carried around the home and yard, you may not need to obtain and install as many small lighting fixtures in as many areas as you otherwise would. Instead, you'll be able to allow each light to perform double duty. One Bionic Light could be used as a child's night light at night, and then be used to light up a workbench in the garage during the day. Similarly, you could keep one beside your front door and then carry it inside to use at your desk during the evening.
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