Sunday, July 26, 2015

Liron SLEND LED Motion Sensor Light Bar #SLENDLight

This bar has six LED lights with a sensor in the middle. It runs on six AAA batteries (not included). The bar has a USB port so if you use re-chargeable batteries, you can re-charge then via USB cable.

Liron SLEND LED Motion Sensor Light Bar #SLENDLight

Liron SLEND LED Motion Sensor Light Bar #SLENDLightOma was surprised at the illumination of the unit. The bar is small and compact, but very bright (50-60 lumens). Measuring 8.3 x 0.7 x 1.7 inches, this unit is made out of Acrylic and Aluminum. The lights turn on as you walk past the bar, and automatically turn off after about a minute; perfect for conserving energy and battery consumption.

Oma loves that you can use this light bar without the need of bulky cords and plugs. It is perfect for that out-of-the-way unlit corner. The product comes with a two-year warranty; use in a Dry Location.

Tip: While the Liron SLEND LED Motion Sensor Light Bar holds six AAA batteries, and can run on only three!

Product Description

Liron SLEND LED Motion Sensor Light Bar #SLENDLight
Lighting Choice, LLC is a Houton, Texas based company, established by a founder who has years of experience in distributing LED lighting.
  • Motion Active - No Touch Needed, Auto Turn On And Shut Down In 30 Seconds
  • Battery Powered - No Wires Attach, Powered By 3 Aaa Batteries
  • Longer Life Time - Support 6 Aaa Batteries To Double The Lifetime (3 Batteries Will Work)
  • Enough Brightness - Includes 6 Ultra Bright Led Smd2835, Provide High Lumen To Your Home
  • Hassle Free Install - Easily Slides Out Of Mounting Bracket To Change Batteries

Lighting Choice Website

Liron SLEND LED Motion Sensor Light Bar #SLENDLight

Liron SLEND LED Motion Sensor Light Bar #SLENDLight

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