• Maxxima LED Night Light with White Lens, Hi/Lo Switch, Dawn to Dusk Sensor (Pack of 2)
  • Maxxima LED Night Light with White Lens, Hi/Lo Switch, Dawn to Dusk Sensor (Pack of 2)
  • Maxxima LED Night Light with White Lens, Hi/Lo Switch, Dawn to Dusk Sensor (Pack of 2)
Maxxima LED Night Light with White Lens, Hi/Lo Switch, Dawn to Dusk Sensor (Pack of 2)
Maxxima LED Night Light with White Lens, Hi/Lo Switch, Dawn to Dusk Sensor (Pack of 2)
Maxxima LED Night Light with White Lens, Hi/Lo Switch, Dawn to Dusk Sensor (Pack of 2)

Maxxima LED Night Light with White Lens, Hi/Lo Switch, Dawn to Dusk Sensor (Pack of 2)

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  • 2 White LED's per night light, 3 Lumens light output in High position
  • 2 Position Hi-Lo Illumination Switch so you can control level of light
  • Auto On/Off Dusk To Dawn Sensor, so night light only turns on in a dark room
  • 110 VAC UL Approved - 1 Year Warranty
  • Perfect for Home, Office, Shop, Hallway, & Bathrooms

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Comparing Bright Night Lights This is a comparative review of three Maxxima night lights: the MLN-15 with 2 LEDs, the MLN-51 with 3 LEDs, and the MLN-50 with 5 LEDs. They are all similarly priced, and all have sensors to turn them on automatically when the room darkens.I was looking for a bright night light to illuminate a hallway for my elderly mother. Online product descriptions did not give me a good sense of how bright the different models were, and existing reviews raised concerns about whether they maintained their initial brightness over time, so I decided to find out for myself.I purchased two of each, plugged them all in side by side, and compared them by eye. I did not use any kind of measuring instrument, but I did observe carefully. The differences in brightness were not as great as I expected; the 2 LED and 3 LED models, MLN-15 and MLN-51, seemed quite similar in total light output, while the 5 LED model MLN-50 was a bit brighter. The members of each pair were initially identical in brightness. All of them produced enough light to enable someone to safely navigate a darkened hallway. I left one of each pair plugged in, and set the others aside as controls. After three months, I compared them again.My least favorite was the 2 LED MLN-15. It is the smallest (roughly 2" wide by 3" tall) and its bright white LEDs are enclosed in a frosted ivory enclosure, which gives it a slightly warmer light. There was no detectable difference in light output after three months of use. I did not like this model because of its sensor, which only turned off during the day when the room was brightly lit; it would come on when the sun went behind a cloud, and at night it would stay on even when the overhead light (two 60-watt bulbs) was lit.I liked the 3 LED MLN-51 somewhat better. It is larger (2.25" wide by 4" tall) and has a similar frosted enclosure for a warmer light. The sensor worked correctly. However, this model's light output was noticeably dimmer after three months of use, when compared to the control unit, although the difference was not large.My favorite was the 5 LED MLN-50. It is just under 3" square, and has a clear faceted enclosure, so its light is a bit cooler. Again the sensor worked correctly, and with this model there was no detectable difference in brightness after three months. This is the one I will be using in my mother's home. 3What all night lights say they do, this does Description doesn't do them justice. They are perfect for lighting hallway, in kitchen at night, bathroom. They put off enough light to light all your needs. Not a measly light that only shines like the light at the end of the tunnel, that you can't see your way to it. I have been looking for something like this, and some didn't light at all, just a blue light, and some so bright you could use it for reading. Love this. You won't be disappointed. 5This is really crazy... This is really crazy.I bought these in 2015 and they still work!!. I unplug them in the morning when I wake and leave for work and I put them back in around 7pm in the evening - during the summer. During the Winter, they stay in 24/7 because when I leave, it's dark and when I come home it's dark.I have them plugged in on opposite walls in the living room. It provides enough light for me to see everything.Angela*** April 2018 UpdateI was just looking through products I've bought on Amazon and I saw this again.I am still using this. Just saying...Angela 5UPDATED REVIEW - Almost 2 Years Later... STILL Best Nightlights I've Owned ]It has been almost 2 years since my original review and I wanted to update my experience with these night lights. These are, hands down, the best nightlights I've owned. The LEDs in these night lights are STILL going strong and the Dusk/Dawn sensor still works. I have no issues with a noticeable loss of brightness and they still sufficiently light up my home in dim/dark settings. In fact, I love these and the Maxxima MLN-50 5 LED Night Light With Sensor (Pack of 2) so much, I just placed another order for them for the upstairs are of my home. Hands down, THE BEST!]Although I can sleep in complete darkness, I typically don't like to because in the event I wake up in the middle of the night for whatever reason, I like having the ability to see. Also seeing how my wife has stubbed her toe at least twice trying to find her way to the bathroom in the middle of the night, getting a nightlight was a must.I haven't owned an incandescent nightlight in a very long time and LED nightlights were my automatic choice. I do own some cheap ones I got from Walmart a few years ago that came in a 4-pack (for about $12). These nightlights actually work fine (despite having dimmed over time) but I wanted something with better light output and I moved all the Walmart nightlights upstairs for guests.Looking through dozens of LED products on Amazon, I eventually settled for the Maxxima brand due to the assortment and positive reviews but I also wanted to stay within a $12 budget (for two). In the end, I purchased Maxxima MLN-50 5 LED Night Light With Sensor (Pack of 2) and Maxxima LED Night Light With White Lens (Pack Of 2). The reason for two assortments is I wanted the 5 LED version for hallways/kitchen area and the other version for the bedroom/bathroom area.Having owned them for about 10 days, I'm very happy to say that I'm pleased with them. The 5-LED version is cheaper by $1 and outputs an insane amount of light. The fact that the plastic window is clear, they can be "too bright" to those sensitive to light if you look directly at it or are using them in the bedroom. I would say that the light output is equavalent to maybe two or three candles lit and held side-by-side. However if you're a night owl and like leaving at least 1 lamp on at night in your house, these will do you justice and save you $$$ on your electric bill because they are bright enough to light a decent area.The Maxxima LED Night Light With White Lens (Pack Of 2) that we used in the bedroom/bathroom is also bright (brighter than the ones I got at Walmart but nowhere near as bright as the 5-LED)) but the lens is translucent white. By being translucent instead of clear, it diffuses the light to be a "glow" rather than seeing the LED directly. The high/low setting for the LED provides minimal difference (but it's there). To some, this might be too bright (as my wife said) but after about 2 days, she got used to it and can't live without them. After all, who wants stubbed toes?As for color, the 5-LED version is a "cool white" and the Maxxima LED Night Light With White Lens (Pack Of 2) version is between a "cool" & "warm". It's not yellow at all. If you know anything about light color temperature, the "cooler" you get, the more bluish it becomes. And just the opposite, the "warmer" you get, the more "yellow" the light becomes. Some people simply hate "cool white LEDs" and hopefully this helps you decide.Also, the light sensor works just as I would have expected. I can't really tell you how they work, but if there is sufficient light in the room, the nightlights won't turn on. However, if they detect any kind of "darker setting" the LEDs will begin to light up brighter & brighter the darker the room gets. I tested this personally and with the window blinds down, there is some degree of light output (very minimal I might add). To some, some might feel angry because the life of the LED will be reduced by constantly being on but in reality, you're saving $$$ even with the LEDs partially lit vs an incandescent night light AND the life of a typical LED is 50,000 hours. Convert to years, that's approximately 5.7 years (2083 days). Honestly if my nightlights last that long, I have no qualms about buying another for $12 because for a set of two, divided by 2083 days, it will cost me 7 cents a month to run for another 5.7 years.Last but not least, please note that with any LED, no matter how good the quality, they WILL dim over time. LED Lights operate through semiconductors and though they do not get hot to the touch or melt the plastic bulbs they are often placed in, a small amount of heat is released. It is important to understand how this happens. Light is produced because electrons are energized when electricity is introduced to the diodes. These electrons travel from one material to the next, but must dispel their energy before the other material can accept them. It is this expulsion of energy that produces light in the form of photons and a small amount of heat. Over time, usually very long periods of time, the semiconductors will wear out and the lights will begin to dim. They do not burn out in the literal sense, yet they will dim in time. LEDs have a life rating before they die just like incandescents but unlike incandescents, as they reach the end of their life, they will completely dim. Incandescents will just blow out on you. 5Bad Sensors, Good Light UPDATE 3/2016 Sensors don't work 0 stars. I like the nightlights, 4 stars because they don't have an off switch, but then they wouldn't need an off switch if the sensors worked. I like the white light these put out over the yellowish light of the AmerTac 73092CC LED Motion-Activated Nite Lite. Difference is that AmerTac sensor works and it is also motion activated. Got different models for different areas, these are in a place that will rarely see any motion until you are upon them, just wish the sensors worked.UPDATE: 3//2016: I've had these for less than 5 months, and 1 of them in the last 24 hours is now emitting about 1/4 of the light it was last night. I had noticed the one in the bedroom has been emitting less light for the last month or so, but not to the extent of the one in the kitchen. Yes, they light 24/7 because the sensors do not work on either of them. An LED bulb should last longer than this. 2Adjustable night light, nice! Adjustable night light, nice! They can be fairly bright, or quite bright! The only downside I found is I wish they were a bit more yellow. But honestly it's nothing to dock a star on and it says they are white, so yah, they are white.Get these if you want to light up a bathroom well and not have to turn on the light. But don't get them if you are concerned they could be too bright or too white for your taste. I use them in a downstairs bathroom and it lights it up perfectly for our company that comes over, and I have one in our large kitchen and it fills up the room well so you won't bang into something.I attached a couple quick shots of the lights in action. I did my best to adjust the camera for both color and how much it light up the room.Let me know if this review was helpful by clicking the yes button below. Thanks! 5Great Nightlight We purchased a total of 56 Maxxima nightlights for family and ourselves. We ordered 2 of each of the models I will cover below to test them and see which ones we liked. Then we ordered 46 more of the nightlights our families all preferred.This model MLN-15WL-02 LED Nightlight is GREAT! It has a white cover and is easier on the eyes at night. It also lights the area so you can see to navigate throughout the dark very well. All of our families preferred this model we bought 48 of them (24 two packs) including the first 2 test models. We purchased these nightlights in June, July and August of 2008. We received 2 defective ones. Maxxima promptly replaced them. One wouldn't light at all and one only worked on low setting. I am writing this review on June 11th 2009 so it's been about a year and none of them have burnt out (including the other models).This model MLN-11-02 we use in our stairway we have it shinning down on the steps. It works well for that purpose. Good if you don't want much light around the room or light hitting you in the face at night.Model MLN-10 LED nightlight is we would say the dimmest of the 5 models. It has a directional cover that you can spin around but we did not like this light. You can aim it down also. But through the vents in the top it has annoying beams of light that shine up.Model MLN-09 LED nightlight has a clear lens and is hard on the eyes at night. It lights the area pretty well. But we did not prefer this model of nightlightModel MLN-15CL-02 LED nightlight is a bright night light that lights up a room well. But this clear lens is also hard on the eyes at night. We didn't prefer this model. All of these models save energy! And we all prefer the bluish white light they give off opposed to regular nightlights.we have owned these nightlights for 13 months so far there has been no failures. 5QUALITY CONTROL PROBLEMS I recently purchased the Maxxima 2 LED Night Light with White Lens (Pack of 2), and unfortunately I had the same quality control problem which several other customers have highlighted in their reviews of this product. The night lights are quite bright (which I wanted) and the soft white shades provide a nice quality of lighting. HOWEVER, the first time I plugged one in to the outlet, there was a flash and the smell of smoke - the night light shorted out and was dead. The second nightlight worked properly, but a 50% faulty rate is unacceptable. I also would agree with the other customers who commented that the "High" and "Low" illumination settings are not very different, the "Low" setting should be much dimmer than it is. Until the quality control issues are resolved, I would not recommend purchase of this item. 2Great lights but not as bright as I was expecting. These were not as bright as I thought they would be from the description and reviews but they work. My sons really like an unusual amount of light in their room apparently...lol...so after plugging them in I was like...oh yah, these are not going to be bright enough. But, much to my surprise, they are ok with them! So, even though I wanted them to be brighter, they worked out and my boys are sleeping in a darker room than normal which I think is better for them so...all is well. I did buy 2 and have them in outlets on joining walls by their beds. I like the light though....it is really white and not yellowy. 4Just enough light. I bought the two-pack of these night lights as I thought they seemed potentially decent for the price. I was right. They are not the brightest night lights you'll find and you're not going to shave in the bathroom or make a snack in the kitchen by only their light. You will, however, keep from stubbing your toe, fumbling around in the dark, or having to turn the light on just to make a trip to the bathroom or down the hall late at night.The automated sensors to turn the lights on or off seems to work great. They put out enough light to cover most of the kitchen in my apartment (it's a rather large kitchen) and the two-sink and roman bath tub bathroom (so a little larger than the average apartment bathroom, but not by too much).More importantly, the light is not annoying. I thought it may be a stark bright white light that hurt my eyes. It's anything but that. The light it puts off seems almost... gray. And there are two settings -- low and high -- that you can choose from for intensity.There may be better LED based night lights available out there, but for $10-$20, I'm only going to spend so much time researching them. At some point you have to choose something and go with it. I went with these. While I can't yet comment on their life span, I'm definitely impressed with their function and by the quality of build they seem to have.Update: I'd like to add that I actually used this as the only light to shower with recently and it definitely provided enough light for that. Once you give your eyes time to adjust, this puts out far more than enough light to take a nice long shower or bath without the bright and unforgiving glare of your standard lights. I'm actually quite pleased with this purchase and will probably get another set. 4
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Description
  • 2 White LED's per night light, 3 Lumens light output in High position
  • 2 Position Hi-Lo Illumination Switch so you can control level of light
  • Auto On/Off Dusk To Dawn Sensor, so night light only turns on in a dark room
  • 110 VAC UL Approved - 1 Year Warranty
  • Perfect for Home, Office, Shop, Hallway, & Bathrooms
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Comparing Bright Night Lights This is a comparative review of three Maxxima night lights: the MLN-15 with 2 LEDs, the MLN-51 with 3 LEDs, and the MLN-50 with 5 LEDs. They are all similarly priced, and all have sensors to turn them on automatically when the room darkens.I was looking for a bright night light to illuminate a hallway for my elderly mother. Online product descriptions did not give me a good sense of how bright the different models were, and existing reviews raised concerns about whether they maintained their initial brightness over time, so I decided to find out for myself.I purchased two of each, plugged them all in side by side, and compared them by eye. I did not use any kind of measuring instrument, but I did observe carefully. The differences in brightness were not as great as I expected; the 2 LED and 3 LED models, MLN-15 and MLN-51, seemed quite similar in total light output, while the 5 LED model MLN-50 was a bit brighter. The members of each pair were initially identical in brightness. All of them produced enough light to enable someone to safely navigate a darkened hallway. I left one of each pair plugged in, and set the others aside as controls. After three months, I compared them again.My least favorite was the 2 LED MLN-15. It is the smallest (roughly 2" wide by 3" tall) and its bright white LEDs are enclosed in a frosted ivory enclosure, which gives it a slightly warmer light. There was no detectable difference in light output after three months of use. I did not like this model because of its sensor, which only turned off during the day when the room was brightly lit; it would come on when the sun went behind a cloud, and at night it would stay on even when the overhead light (two 60-watt bulbs) was lit.I liked the 3 LED MLN-51 somewhat better. It is larger (2.25" wide by 4" tall) and has a similar frosted enclosure for a warmer light. The sensor worked correctly. However, this model's light output was noticeably dimmer after three months of use, when compared to the control unit, although the difference was not large.My favorite was the 5 LED MLN-50. It is just under 3" square, and has a clear faceted enclosure, so its light is a bit cooler. Again the sensor worked correctly, and with this model there was no detectable difference in brightness after three months. This is the one I will be using in my mother's home. 3What all night lights say they do, this does Description doesn't do them justice. They are perfect for lighting hallway, in kitchen at night, bathroom. They put off enough light to light all your needs. Not a measly light that only shines like the light at the end of the tunnel, that you can't see your way to it. I have been looking for something like this, and some didn't light at all, just a blue light, and some so bright you could use it for reading. Love this. You won't be disappointed. 5This is really crazy... This is really crazy.I bought these in 2015 and they still work!!. I unplug them in the morning when I wake and leave for work and I put them back in around 7pm in the evening - during the summer. During the Winter, they stay in 24/7 because when I leave, it's dark and when I come home it's dark.I have them plugged in on opposite walls in the living room. It provides enough light for me to see everything.Angela*** April 2018 UpdateI was just looking through products I've bought on Amazon and I saw this again.I am still using this. Just saying...Angela 5UPDATED REVIEW - Almost 2 Years Later... STILL Best Nightlights I've Owned ]It has been almost 2 years since my original review and I wanted to update my experience with these night lights. These are, hands down, the best nightlights I've owned. The LEDs in these night lights are STILL going strong and the Dusk/Dawn sensor still works. I have no issues with a noticeable loss of brightness and they still sufficiently light up my home in dim/dark settings. In fact, I love these and the Maxxima MLN-50 5 LED Night Light With Sensor (Pack of 2) so much, I just placed another order for them for the upstairs are of my home. Hands down, THE BEST!]Although I can sleep in complete darkness, I typically don't like to because in the event I wake up in the middle of the night for whatever reason, I like having the ability to see. Also seeing how my wife has stubbed her toe at least twice trying to find her way to the bathroom in the middle of the night, getting a nightlight was a must.I haven't owned an incandescent nightlight in a very long time and LED nightlights were my automatic choice. I do own some cheap ones I got from Walmart a few years ago that came in a 4-pack (for about $12). These nightlights actually work fine (despite having dimmed over time) but I wanted something with better light output and I moved all the Walmart nightlights upstairs for guests.Looking through dozens of LED products on Amazon, I eventually settled for the Maxxima brand due to the assortment and positive reviews but I also wanted to stay within a $12 budget (for two). In the end, I purchased Maxxima MLN-50 5 LED Night Light With Sensor (Pack of 2) and Maxxima LED Night Light With White Lens (Pack Of 2). The reason for two assortments is I wanted the 5 LED version for hallways/kitchen area and the other version for the bedroom/bathroom area.Having owned them for about 10 days, I'm very happy to say that I'm pleased with them. The 5-LED version is cheaper by $1 and outputs an insane amount of light. The fact that the plastic window is clear, they can be "too bright" to those sensitive to light if you look directly at it or are using them in the bedroom. I would say that the light output is equavalent to maybe two or three candles lit and held side-by-side. However if you're a night owl and like leaving at least 1 lamp on at night in your house, these will do you justice and save you $$$ on your electric bill because they are bright enough to light a decent area.The Maxxima LED Night Light With White Lens (Pack Of 2) that we used in the bedroom/bathroom is also bright (brighter than the ones I got at Walmart but nowhere near as bright as the 5-LED)) but the lens is translucent white. By being translucent instead of clear, it diffuses the light to be a "glow" rather than seeing the LED directly. The high/low setting for the LED provides minimal difference (but it's there). To some, this might be too bright (as my wife said) but after about 2 days, she got used to it and can't live without them. After all, who wants stubbed toes?As for color, the 5-LED version is a "cool white" and the Maxxima LED Night Light With White Lens (Pack Of 2) version is between a "cool" & "warm". It's not yellow at all. If you know anything about light color temperature, the "cooler" you get, the more bluish it becomes. And just the opposite, the "warmer" you get, the more "yellow" the light becomes. Some people simply hate "cool white LEDs" and hopefully this helps you decide.Also, the light sensor works just as I would have expected. I can't really tell you how they work, but if there is sufficient light in the room, the nightlights won't turn on. However, if they detect any kind of "darker setting" the LEDs will begin to light up brighter & brighter the darker the room gets. I tested this personally and with the window blinds down, there is some degree of light output (very minimal I might add). To some, some might feel angry because the life of the LED will be reduced by constantly being on but in reality, you're saving $$$ even with the LEDs partially lit vs an incandescent night light AND the life of a typical LED is 50,000 hours. Convert to years, that's approximately 5.7 years (2083 days). Honestly if my nightlights last that long, I have no qualms about buying another for $12 because for a set of two, divided by 2083 days, it will cost me 7 cents a month to run for another 5.7 years.Last but not least, please note that with any LED, no matter how good the quality, they WILL dim over time. LED Lights operate through semiconductors and though they do not get hot to the touch or melt the plastic bulbs they are often placed in, a small amount of heat is released. It is important to understand how this happens. Light is produced because electrons are energized when electricity is introduced to the diodes. These electrons travel from one material to the next, but must dispel their energy before the other material can accept them. It is this expulsion of energy that produces light in the form of photons and a small amount of heat. Over time, usually very long periods of time, the semiconductors will wear out and the lights will begin to dim. They do not burn out in the literal sense, yet they will dim in time. LEDs have a life rating before they die just like incandescents but unlike incandescents, as they reach the end of their life, they will completely dim. Incandescents will just blow out on you. 5Bad Sensors, Good Light UPDATE 3/2016 Sensors don't work 0 stars. I like the nightlights, 4 stars because they don't have an off switch, but then they wouldn't need an off switch if the sensors worked. I like the white light these put out over the yellowish light of the AmerTac 73092CC LED Motion-Activated Nite Lite. Difference is that AmerTac sensor works and it is also motion activated. Got different models for different areas, these are in a place that will rarely see any motion until you are upon them, just wish the sensors worked.UPDATE: 3//2016: I've had these for less than 5 months, and 1 of them in the last 24 hours is now emitting about 1/4 of the light it was last night. I had noticed the one in the bedroom has been emitting less light for the last month or so, but not to the extent of the one in the kitchen. Yes, they light 24/7 because the sensors do not work on either of them. An LED bulb should last longer than this. 2Adjustable night light, nice! Adjustable night light, nice! They can be fairly bright, or quite bright! The only downside I found is I wish they were a bit more yellow. But honestly it's nothing to dock a star on and it says they are white, so yah, they are white.Get these if you want to light up a bathroom well and not have to turn on the light. But don't get them if you are concerned they could be too bright or too white for your taste. I use them in a downstairs bathroom and it lights it up perfectly for our company that comes over, and I have one in our large kitchen and it fills up the room well so you won't bang into something.I attached a couple quick shots of the lights in action. I did my best to adjust the camera for both color and how much it light up the room.Let me know if this review was helpful by clicking the yes button below. Thanks! 5Great Nightlight We purchased a total of 56 Maxxima nightlights for family and ourselves. We ordered 2 of each of the models I will cover below to test them and see which ones we liked. Then we ordered 46 more of the nightlights our families all preferred.This model MLN-15WL-02 LED Nightlight is GREAT! It has a white cover and is easier on the eyes at night. It also lights the area so you can see to navigate throughout the dark very well. All of our families preferred this model we bought 48 of them (24 two packs) including the first 2 test models. We purchased these nightlights in June, July and August of 2008. We received 2 defective ones. Maxxima promptly replaced them. One wouldn't light at all and one only worked on low setting. I am writing this review on June 11th 2009 so it's been about a year and none of them have burnt out (including the other models).This model MLN-11-02 we use in our stairway we have it shinning down on the steps. It works well for that purpose. Good if you don't want much light around the room or light hitting you in the face at night.Model MLN-10 LED nightlight is we would say the dimmest of the 5 models. It has a directional cover that you can spin around but we did not like this light. You can aim it down also. But through the vents in the top it has annoying beams of light that shine up.Model MLN-09 LED nightlight has a clear lens and is hard on the eyes at night. It lights the area pretty well. But we did not prefer this model of nightlightModel MLN-15CL-02 LED nightlight is a bright night light that lights up a room well. But this clear lens is also hard on the eyes at night. We didn't prefer this model. All of these models save energy! And we all prefer the bluish white light they give off opposed to regular nightlights.we have owned these nightlights for 13 months so far there has been no failures. 5QUALITY CONTROL PROBLEMS I recently purchased the Maxxima 2 LED Night Light with White Lens (Pack of 2), and unfortunately I had the same quality control problem which several other customers have highlighted in their reviews of this product. The night lights are quite bright (which I wanted) and the soft white shades provide a nice quality of lighting. HOWEVER, the first time I plugged one in to the outlet, there was a flash and the smell of smoke - the night light shorted out and was dead. The second nightlight worked properly, but a 50% faulty rate is unacceptable. I also would agree with the other customers who commented that the "High" and "Low" illumination settings are not very different, the "Low" setting should be much dimmer than it is. Until the quality control issues are resolved, I would not recommend purchase of this item. 2Great lights but not as bright as I was expecting. These were not as bright as I thought they would be from the description and reviews but they work. My sons really like an unusual amount of light in their room apparently...lol...so after plugging them in I was like...oh yah, these are not going to be bright enough. But, much to my surprise, they are ok with them! So, even though I wanted them to be brighter, they worked out and my boys are sleeping in a darker room than normal which I think is better for them so...all is well. I did buy 2 and have them in outlets on joining walls by their beds. I like the light though....it is really white and not yellowy. 4Just enough light. I bought the two-pack of these night lights as I thought they seemed potentially decent for the price. I was right. They are not the brightest night lights you'll find and you're not going to shave in the bathroom or make a snack in the kitchen by only their light. You will, however, keep from stubbing your toe, fumbling around in the dark, or having to turn the light on just to make a trip to the bathroom or down the hall late at night.The automated sensors to turn the lights on or off seems to work great. They put out enough light to cover most of the kitchen in my apartment (it's a rather large kitchen) and the two-sink and roman bath tub bathroom (so a little larger than the average apartment bathroom, but not by too much).More importantly, the light is not annoying. I thought it may be a stark bright white light that hurt my eyes. It's anything but that. The light it puts off seems almost... gray. And there are two settings -- low and high -- that you can choose from for intensity.There may be better LED based night lights available out there, but for $10-$20, I'm only going to spend so much time researching them. At some point you have to choose something and go with it. I went with these. While I can't yet comment on their life span, I'm definitely impressed with their function and by the quality of build they seem to have.Update: I'd like to add that I actually used this as the only light to shower with recently and it definitely provided enough light for that. Once you give your eyes time to adjust, this puts out far more than enough light to take a nice long shower or bath without the bright and unforgiving glare of your standard lights. I'm actually quite pleased with this purchase and will probably get another set. 4
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