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P3 International Light Owl

$15.99

Shipping Cost: Free!

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P3 International Light Owl

With the Light Owl at hand, you can easily navigate your way through your room in the dark; now you can search for shoes, clothing and even keys with lighted convenience. And because it is battery powered, you can travel with it to use as a guide in dark unfamiliar hotel rooms. This versatile device also features a built in motion sensor; simply perch the Light Owl at the foot of your bed and it will light up the area around you when movement is detected.

Set the automatic shut-off timer to one of three different settings (20, 60, or 90 seconds), or simply set it for continuous light. Built in dimmer function allows you to control the light intensity.

Features

  • Portable
  • No installation required
  • Motion activated
  • Day/night sensitivity options
  • 3 different time settings with auto shutoff

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 3.5 of 5 stars
44% (7)
13% (2)
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  • Must be defective...   »   Most Recent Review “We already had one and found it to be very useful. This one worked for a week or two, then went berzerk. It goes off and on every 20 seconds without stopping.”
  • Hard to get set   »   Most Helpful Reviews “I received two of these as presents. The idea of the product and its features are great. However, setting up the turn-on sensitivity is tricky.”
  • There was an explosion!   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “I do have had a rather unfortunate experience with your Light Owl product. Upon putting in the batteries, it turned on its lights for a few seconds and then there was a rather…”