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Bulb On A Rope is a battery-operated lightbulb with a four-foot cord attached that can be hung virtually anywhere, indoors or outdoors. This LED lightbulb will provide you with illumination for 100,000 or more hours without burning out, and it'll always stay cool to the touch. Plus, unlike some lightbulbs, it's shatterproof. The Bulb On A Rope is attached to its rope via an attractive-looking, wood-finish holder that'll look good almost anywhere in your home or yard.

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The cost of Bulb On A Rope is $12.99 plus $6.99 shipping, for a total price of $19.98.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Hang it

    To start using this lightbulb, you'll simply need to hang it up by securing its rope to anything you'd like. You can tie it around a tree, knot it around a rod in your closet, or attach it to a patio umbrella—the possibilities are almost endless.

  2. Pull it

    Once your bulb is hanging where you want it, all you'll have to do is give it a pull when you want some illumination, and give it another pull to turn it off. Keep in mind that you'll be able to quickly move it around from place to place if you desire.


  • Shatterproof

    Each of these bulbs has been designed to be shatterproof, so even if you drop one while you're carrying it, or bang one into something, it's highly unlikely that it'll break.

  • Weatherproof

    Besides being shatterproof, each bulb will also be able to withstand a variety of weather conditions, such as heavy rain or hot temperatures, so you'll be able to use yours either indoors or outdoors.

  • Four-foot Cord

    Every Bulb On A Rope includes a rope that's four feet in length, which means that the bulb will hang low enough that most people won't have to stretch up on tiptoes to pull it. You'll also be able to tie the rope around something fairly wide, such as a thick tree branch, if you need to.

  • Wood Finish

    Each rope is brown and comes attached to a brown holder with a wood finish that holds the bulb in place while looking classically attractive at the same time. Regardless of where you're using the lightbulb, it's unlikely that its rope or holder will clash with your furniture or decor.

  • Portable

    When it's not secured anywhere, the fairly lightweight Bulb On A Rope will also double as a flashlight. If you want to use it solely as a flashlight without hanging it anywhere in between uses, you'll find that it's small enough to fit in most drawers for storage.

  • Comes in Sets of Two

    This device comes in sets of two, so you'll be able to either keep one as a spare or hang the two of them in a couple of different, yet convenient, locations.

Positive Points

  • Ideal for Camping Trips

    This lightbulb is a great illumination device to take on camping trips, especially if your campsite won't have any electricity or you'll be limited as to how much you can use. You'll even be able to hang the bulb from the top of your tent if you don't want to fall asleep in the pitch dark. Plus, you'll be able to use it as a flashlight when you're walking around at night.

  • Makes Great Night Light

    The Bulb On A Rope makes an excellent night light for anyone, regardless of age, but it's especially ideal for children, since it never heats up so much that it'll burn the fingers if touched. Since it's battery-operated, you won't waste electricity by keeping it on all night, and if you need some light as you head to the bathroom, you can even carry it with you.

  • Handy During Power Outages

    Due to the fact that it's battery-operated, and will stay lit for a multitude of hours without burning out, this lightbulb makes a great lamp during a power outage when most other lamps aren't working. If you've got one on, you won't need to worry about hunting for flashlights or lighting potentially dangerous candles.

Negative Points

  • Must be Tied to Hang

    This lightbulb is a good one to use in a variety of small, dark spaces, but if you can't find anything in a particular space to tie it to, it won't hang. That means you'll need to simply place it in the cabinet, the crawlspace, or wherever you want to use it, which won't be as convenient.


  • Flashlight

    Most people choose to use flashlights when they need some light, but when using one, you'll need to carry it with you, leaving only one hand free, or attach it to your body somehow. Even if you were able to attach a standard flashlight to a rope and hang it somewhere, it would likely fall down after a few hours or days and break.

  • Standard Lightbulb

    Standard lightbulbs are more complicated to install than the Bulb On A Rope, and require electricity to operate. Moreover, if you accidentally touch one of these, you might burn your hand, while that won't be the case with the stay-cool Bulb On A Rope.

  • Candle

    Candles generally aren't a good alternative to an LED lightbulb, since they'll only burn for a few hours at most, and their flames could light things in your home on fire.

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- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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