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Luminus sensor-activated LED lights for drawers/cabinets (4x) - Further discounted from $17.97, $14.97, and NOW: $9.97

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[Costco] Luminus sensor-activated LED lights for drawers/cabinets (4x) - Further discounted from $17.97, $14.97, and NOW: $9.97

I was just at the Costco at Willingdon (Burnaby, BC) and by a chance passed by these drawer lights which I bought on sale just 2-3 weeks ago...

They are now only $9.97 so I got a nice price adjustment. Still plenty available.
Not sure if this pricing is across the chain... But if you bought these worth checking next time you go for a refund.

Personally I feel they are not that great, but decent... However, at this price for 4, they're worth it.

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Enjoy.
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Do you have a link of this product? What kind of power it uses?
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purespin wrote: Do you have a link of this product? What kind of power it uses?
internal rechargeable battery
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webdude wrote: Not sure if this pricing is across the chain...
same price in surrey
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Was thinking to use it as a night light in the nursery room.

Do you know if it will stay on with charger plugged in?

Thanks
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dealyou wrote: Was thinking to use it as a night light in the nursery room.

Do you know if it will stay on with charger plugged in?

Thanks
I have these. There's a switch at the side for Constant On, Off, and Trigger mode. So the answer to your question is yes.
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purespin wrote: Do you have a link of this product? What kind of power it uses?
Here's a link to everything you'd ever want to know about these lights:

Sensor LED Light for Closet/Drawer/Cabinet/Vehicle with Magnetic Stick-on

If it ever warms up I'm planning on using one (or maybe two) in my new fancy Coleman XTREME® MARINE COOLER.
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Anyone see these in the Montreal area
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I bought them in vaudreuil, they are not bad
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Anyone found these in Ontario? GTA or west preferred. I’ve already looked in N York and Burlington with no luck.
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I saw a few packs left in the North West Vaughan location earlier this week and picked up 1. I don't think they'll have anymore at this point. I paid $14.99 though :-(
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MikeW66276 wrote: Anyone found these in Ontario? GTA or west preferred. I’ve already looked in N York and Burlington with no luck.
Ancaster and Stoney Creek location - in ON but unfortunately out of your GTA catchment preference. Stoney Creek is ample, but I’d call ahead for Ancaster.
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Anyone find these in Calgary?
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Thanks OP!

Question regarding recharging. I noticed on the link provided earlier that these are glued with 3M tape. How would you recharge these once glued? Pull them out, run a USB charger / extension to the drawer? I am planning to use them on some tall cabinets and it seems may need some planning with this.

thanks!
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Same question arose for me after I bought them. I'm thinking maybe usb power bank?
pulamea wrote: Thanks OP!

Question regarding recharging. I noticed on the link provided earlier that these are glued with 3M tape. How would you recharge these once glued? Pull them out, run a USB charger / extension to the drawer? I am planning to use them on some tall cabinets and it seems may need some planning with this.

thanks!
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pulamea wrote: Thanks OP!

Question regarding recharging. I noticed on the link provided earlier that these are glued with 3M tape. How would you recharge these once glued? Pull them out, run a USB charger / extension to the drawer? I am planning to use them on some tall cabinets and it seems may need some planning with this.

thanks!
They're magnetically mounted, it's just the metal strip that has tape on it.

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What do the 2 button settings represent? M and A
I haven’t figured out how to corrretcly use these lights in a closet. Thanks

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