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Amazon has GE Ultrabrite 100 Lumens Dimmable Plug-In LED Night Light w/ Dusk-to-Dawn Sensor (Brushed Nickel, 45124) on sale for $8.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks GimmeYoTots

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I was looking for a higher output nightlight that also looked nice, for my living room - not the easiest task I found out. I ended up finding this brushed nickel GE the other day that puts out 100 lumens and is also dimmable. Amazon apparently dropped the price from about $14. Walmart still wants $14 for it. Oh, and another big deal is it's compact and only covers one outlet (some cover both wall outlets in a traditional receptacle).

Save energy and money with the UltraBrite Dimmable LED Night Light from GE. This dimmable night light features light-sensing technology, which automatically turns on at dusk and off at dawn. The energy-efficient UltraBrite Dimmable LED Night Light from GE features full range dimming so you can select from soft white up to 100 lumens, long-life LED bulbs that stay white and bright, while always being cool to the touch. This night light is ideal for hallway, stairs, bathroom, kitchen, garage, utility room, laundry room and more. Comes with a limited-lifetime.
  • Adjustable Brightness – Use the slider on the front of the night light dim or brighten the light output from soft white to ultra-bright, light adjusts from 0 up to 100 lumens
  • Automatic On/Off – Light-sensing technology automatically turns the night light on at dusk and off at dawn
  • LED Light – Long-life LEDs are cool to the touch and there is no need to replace any bulbs. Stays white, stays bright.
  • Compact Design– The night light plugs into any standard outlet while leaving the 2nd outlet free for use
  • Safety Certified – This night light is UL-listed and backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

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I see the price is $5.99???
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So isn't an ultrabrite (sic) nightlight, just a light?
It's a dusk2dawnlight
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Fyi GE is a Chinese company if that means anything to you. General Electric sold off that division to a Chinese company.
I googled it. It says they didn't end up selling it to a Chinese company because of Trump administration. They sold it to a company based in Mass. called Savant.
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I see the price is $5.99???
That's 15 lumens. This deal is 100 lumens.
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Almost bought it until i saw 100 lumens for 2.5 watts. Modern LED's are usually ~150 lumens per watt. This is doing less than 50. Yes I know, transformer losses and diffuser losses, but still. No reason this should be anymore than 1.5W.
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Any recommendation for good motion sensor based night lights?
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I was just reminded of that toilet bowl motion activated light that I saw on Shark Tank some time ago. LumiBowl or something like that. I think they got a deal with Mr. Wonderful. It lights up toilet bowl so you can see where to pee w/o turning on bathroom light.
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You want those with motion sensor and use battery, so you can attach it anywhere you want.
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I was just reminded of that toilet bowl motion activated light that I saw on Shark Tank some time ago. LumiBowl or something like that. I think they got a deal with Mr. Wonderful. It lights up toilet bowl so you can see where to pee w/o turning on bathroom light.
We got one of those. They are f'ing fantastic. Helped tremendously in potty training our boy and it's nice just to have for those random midnight bathroom runs.
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I googled it. It says they didn't end up selling it to a Chinese company because of Trump administration. They sold it to a company based in Mass. called Savant.
Good to know, thanks. I do know the GE home appliance company is Haier (China). GE sold every consumer products division, so the "GE" anyone would find at any retailer is not the same GE founded in the late 1800s.
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Good to know, thanks. I do know the GE home appliance company is Haier (China). GE sold every consumer products division, so the "GE" anyone would find at any retailer is not the same GE founded in the late 1800s.
GE is a shit company that needed to sell those divisions to say afloat.
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GE is a shit company that needed to sell those divisions to say afloat.
I don't know if that's true or not, not really my concern. Just stating that any GE-labeled products you see in a store are not that same original company. I was completely unaware of that until recently and I'm sure many/most ppl still aren't.
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A lot of the small consumer items sold as GE (nightlights, extension cords, HDMI cables, Z-wave switches, etc.) are made by Jasco. It says as such on the boxes typically.
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