Well I must say we were quite excited when I was asked to review this forpow motion sensor bed light, as I knew Kathleen had been wanting to try one for when she has to get up in the middle of the night. :-)
When you open the box everything is neatly packaged and includes clear instructions on how to install and use the lights which are LED so they should last a long while :-)
Jerry installed them for me as I still can't get down on the floor too well after my surgery, but we knew we wanted to try them right away! He mentioned that getting the strip off the back to apply the lights was a little tricky and suggests perhaps a small tab to grab to get it started may be helpful. But once it was started it was very easy to peel off and get ready for placement.
Then you just line it up where you want it on your bed frame and rub over it with your finger to be sure it sticks well to the frame.
Clamps are also included to help hold it up where the wire hangs down near the sensor. They also have a sticky tab on them to keep them in place. They worked really well and easy to install!
Here is a close up of the lights and how they stick on to the bed frame.
Then you simply attach the sensor piece where you want it to pick up the movement at night. You can adjust how long it stays on. The sensor has a sticky back for the wall and you just need to have it fairly close to an outlet for the power source. The cord is quite long so it will reach a good distance.
Kathleen was extremely happy and so was Mirabelle our cat who enjoyed turning the lights on and off ;-) LOL.
This is a great product for kids who may be afraid of the dark and just need that reassurance that the light is nearby. Or if they are like Kathleen and older but like the idea of it coming on automatically so they can see getting up at night.
It works for everyone who can't sleep with bright lights on and would like something discreet to see when getting up in the middle of the night. Also great for a baby's room and for parent's that need to check on them and change or feed them in the middle of the night, then they don't have to turn on the bright overhead light. Very convenient and a great idea to have!