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The Only Emergency Light You Need

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The Only Emergency Light You Need


This has got to be one of the coolest lights that I’ve ever seen. Plugged into your wall, the MSLPro Emergency Light has an on/off switch for regular use as a night light or when you just need low light. We keep it in the kitchen so my son can use it when he gets up at 3:30 AM to go to work so he’s not lighting up the whole apartment and waking us up.

But, during a power outage, unplug this LED light and put the enclosed clip on the plug. The clip stays nicely on the flexible neck of the light when it’s not in use, so you won’t lose it.  It will stay lit up to 6 hours when fully charged.  

After turning off the light switch, you can, also, remove the bulb from the holder and it works with you holding the base, because your hand becomes the switch while the bulb stays cool to the touch.  Or you can wrap a tinfoil around the base and tuck it into a potted plant, for example, and it remains lit.

This is perfect because we have frequent power outages due to summer storms and I can never find the matches to light candles.  This is much, much safer and much more practical.  I highly recommend this emergency light for home, office, school, dorm, or wherever you need to have an emergency light.



I’m a product review blogger and I received this product in exchange for an honest review.  This post contains affiliate links.


1 thought on “The Only Emergency Light You Need”

  1. I never seem to be able to find our torch when we need it! I like the idea of this one being attached and used as a low light. Thanks for sharing with us at #AnythingGoes Sandy – Love your posts!


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