If you haven’t seen these beautiful nightlight outlet covers before, prepare to be delighted! They bring a touch of tasteful light to your home and are perfect for late night bathroom trips, toddlers, and brightening dark areas like hallways and closets.
“Do I turn on the light and wake myself up… or stumble in the dark and risk an injury?!”
If you’re prone to late-night bathroom trips, then you’ve surely been faced with this dilemma before.
In fact, you might even have a series of nightlights leading from your bedroom to your bathroom… but that isn’t exactly ideal, is it?
Not only is each nightlight sucking up an unnecessary amount of electricity (especially important to consider these days), they also waste an electrical outlet spot. Plus, those little plastic things don’t exactly look nice…
For a long time, this was the only option for “late-night bathroom breakers” — unless you wanted to stumble around and possibly break something (including yourself), that is!
But recently, an innovative lighting company released a new type of “smart nightlight”… and the internet is going crazy for it.
The new nightlight easily attaches over the top of your electrical outlets, providing a soothing, illuminating glow that not only lights up the way, it actually improves the look of your home.
Although this concept has existed for a few years, it was extremely expensive and time-consuming to install because you had to rewire your home’s electricity.
However, these new nightlights — called GuideLights — are not only much more affordable and effective at lighting dim areas, they’re also easy enough for anyone to install in less than 3 minutes and require zero maintenance once they’re in.
They’ve quickly become a hit among people who wake up at night… but they’re also popular with parents of small children, smart home owners, and more. If you’re looking for a sophisticated way to light up dark areas of your home at night without shelling out hundreds of dollars to rewire your home, GuideLights could be exactly what you’re looking for!
GuideLights are patented, award-winning electrical outlet covers with a built-in LED nightlight. They’re quickly becoming famous for their professional, elegant look and surprisingly low operating costs.
GuideLights attach over top of your outlets and emit a soothing glow beneath the outlet. They light the area enough to see clearly — yet are dim enough to avoid waking you up at night.
Of course, the quality and low cost aren’t the only reasons they’ve gone viral. GuideLights have already won multiple awards for their innovative automatic on/off feature, impressively low energy costs, and super-easy installation.
The automatic on/off feature turns on GuideLight at night and shuts it off during the day. This reduces energy consumption while ensuring your lights are always on when you need them. (After all, what good is a nightlight if you have to stumble your way to it just to turn it on?!)
As a result of this innovative power-saving feature, GuideLights cost less than 10 cents per year to run!
Even better, anyone can install them — it’s safe, easy, and takes about ten seconds (even if you have zero electrical experience).
Installing GuideLights is a total breeze… all you have to do is snap them on and they automatically start providing the perfect amount of light!
It’s all thanks to GuideLight’s easy 1-2-3 installation:
Now simply turn the electricity back on and you’re all set!
This means you won’t have to ask for help to install them. In fact, we’ve even seen a few hilarious stories on social media of people “pranking” their spouse… they install GuideLights while their spouse is on a quick grocery run, and when they come back, they’re shocked to see what appears to be a professional electrical installation. It’s that fast and easy!
If you’re still using plug-in nightlights, have small children running around, or have dark areas in your home… then the answer is simple: Yes!
GuideLights can do the same job (or better) than nightlights, yet at a fraction of the cost — and with a MUCH improved look!
Thanks to all these innovative features, GuideLights have quickly gone viral since their release — as of press time, more than 4 million GuideLights are out there lighting up homes, and that number is fast increasing as more people discover them.
As we mentioned, each GuideLight costs less than 10 cents per year to operate… and that’s not considering how much you’ll save by avoiding the need for rewiring your home. Equivalent solutions that look and function the exact same cost hundreds more.
Clearly, GuideLights are a welcome innovation for anyone who relies on nightlights — or simply wants to brighten up their home in a sophisticated way!
Due to overwhelming feedback from readers, we are forced to make this announcement.
Many of our readers did a search for GuideLights after reading this article, but ended up on the wrong page. As a result, they received cheap knockoffs that either don’t function properly, suck up energy, or even contain potentially dangerous materials.
Only GuideLights are rated to be 100% safe to install and use. PLEASE be sure to ONLY purchase directly from the GuideLight brand if you wish to purchase them!
In fact, avoiding a cheap knockoff isn’t the only reason to buy directly from them — GuideLight is currently running a special deal that you can’t find anywhere else: Get a FREE GuideLight when you buy 2… or 4 FREE GuideLights when you buy 4! You can click this link to see if the special offer for GuideLight is still available.
Again, you can ONLY find this deal when you buy the original GuideLight from the creators. Click the link below to get yours!
How long will the LEDs in the GuideLight last?
Each GuideLight will last for up to 25 years before the LEDs begin to dim.
How much does it cost to operate a GuideLight?
On average, GuideLight costs around 10 cents a year to power (depending on your local cost of power).
How do GuideLights turn on and off?
GuideLights include a light sensor that turns the LEDs On/Off automatically. They should be at full brightness when the room is completely dark and slowly dim as the room gets lighter. If you have a truly dark space they will just stay on.
Is the GuideLight ETL listed?
Yes! GuideLight has been designed to the highest standards of safety, and is ETL listed in the US and Canada. We design our products in conjunction with safety engineers and UL staff to meet and exceed UL standards. All of our products are tested to these UL standards by Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories. We use Intertek as our testing laboratory and all of our products use the Intertek/ETL mark.
Are these made out of plastic and could they pose a fire hazard?
Our products are made out of high temperature, impact-resistant ABS plastic with the highest fire safety rating so there is no need to worry about sparks or unwanted conduction.
Is there a money back guarantee?
If for any reason you’re not 100% satisfied with GuideLight, you can easily return it. Returns/ExchangesTo be eligible for a Return/Exchange, your item(s) must be in the same condition that you received it and must be in the original packaging and include all components. Please see the return policy below for more details.
What if my outlets are horizontal?
No problem! The product will install horizontally and work just fine. Just make sure to install where the bottom of our plate lines up with the ground side of the outlet! We have many customers who have done this and love it!
What color temperature are the LEDs in our lighting products?
The LED lights in our lighting products are a neutral white temperature. Approximately 4,000 Kelvins.
Which electrical receptacles are GuideLights compatible with?
GuideLight products are for 120V outlets and light switches only. They are NOT for use with non-standard outlets or switches controlled by a switch outlet with split circuits (outlets with the breakout tab removed).
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