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Mighty Bright Switch is a light switch like LED light. Shaped and designed to function like a light switch, it looks like a normal light switch but gives you light from the unit itself. You can install it to almost any surface with ease, then turn it on and off as needed. Get light in places that you normally struggle with, like under your cabinets, in the attic, or outside. Turn on and off the bright light with ease.
The cost of Mighty Bright Switch is $ plus $ shipping for a total price of $0. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at mightybrightswitch.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Mighty Bright Switch and has taken down the website. Mighty Bright Switch may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
These units install in seconds without any tools.
The units use LED bulbs which makes them super bright.
These units are designed to stick to virtually any surface.
Use these under your cabinets, under the sink, in your shed, in the toolbox, in kids rooms, or during emergencies. Place them for use in your cars, kitchens, closets, attics, basements, or outdoors for safety.
There are some rooms or spaces where light exists, but, for example, the light comes from a central fixture hanging from the ceiling, but the seating rests along the perimeter of the room. In such cases, those who want to read, for example, would find that the light source and its position cast shadows on the book pages, making it difficult to read.
Such situations might be able to improve lighting options with a reading lamp but there might not be room or an outlet. Using these portable options you can stick the light at the height you need, with the proper shine so that all books are lite up well.
Having the light switch available to you anywhere is a great problem solver for smaller spaces where there is no existing light. Also, it helps you out in places where you cannot fit a table lamp or a taller reading lamp. Certain areas might not have a power outlet so no powered lights can be used. In such places your only other options would be to install lights into the ceiling which is costly, to say the least. As such, using these lights is a great way to get the light you need at the angle you need it.
The site nor the company offer any additional clarification as to what "virtually" any surface really means. There is no list of which surfaces it will stick to and which surfaces it will not. So this means the customer has to go through some trial and error to find out for themselves.
Peel off the backing. Stick it to the surface you want.
There is a peg hole at the top of the unit if you want to hang it somewhere like a frame. Alternatively there are the peel and stick side panels for sticking to walls. Lastly, there are the two magnets on either side of the center for sticking to metal surfaces.
It does not run on electricity, which is part of its charm and appeal. However, this does mean that getting the lights to work does require some alternative source of power, likely batteries. So the more you use it, the more you need batteries. This does not make it a bad investment, but if you need regular light all day, you might be better off fiscally getting a table lamp. Only in places where you use the light sporadically is this a more financially responsible fit. That said, the light turns on and off with a switch the same way other lights turn on and off, or the way a flashlight is turned on or off.
With this particular brand of lights the unit itself is shaped to look just like a light switch. In fact, operation is similar to the light switch insofar as there is a switch in the center that flips up or down. The purpose of this light switch is to literally turn on or off the light bulbs that are built into the lighting unit. Doing so means you can adhere a light when and where you need it in the home. Place them in a closet, under the sink, in a reading nook, or anywhere else that you need light. Another area where it differs greatly from the competition is in the three methods for affixing it to a wall or surface. Competing lights might have peel and stick surfaces or they might require tools, but they do not offer three ways of installation.
The advertisement emphasizes how you won't need any tools to install the unit. This is a bit misleading. They are going off of the fact that the final installation step for this particular unit requires no tool. However, if you are going to use the peg hole for hanging, you will obviously need a hammer and a nail to install the nail on which the peg hole will rest. This is minimal, to be sure, but it is still a tool required.
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