If you are looking for a night light for a child or loved one, or just want something which gives off a little bit of ambient light during those dark hours, then this wonderful deal is going to give you exactly what you need with an outlay of just $10.99!

As far as nightlights go, this 4-pack of Eufy hardware pretty much gives you exactly what you need. First and foremost, the accessory has been extremely well-designed to look great. The size of each light has also been carefully taken into consideration to ensure that it can deliver the right amount of light as required but that it’s also small enough and compact enough to ensure that it doesn’t obscure the second outlet in a twin socket situation.

With the design out of the way, then you are left with a product that basically delivers on its promise: to provide automatic illumination designed to turn on when the other light in the room or house becomes insufficient. And if these are designed to come into play when the light is inefficient, they are also designed to be extremely efficient in terms of the light they provide and the total cost of the hardware to run. In fact, if you used these for 12-hours of usage per day, then you can expect to pay approximately 30 cents a year in terms of operating costs per unit. I’m sure we can all afford to add an extra $1.20 to our electrical costs on an annual basis.

This pack of four nightlights may not be the most technologically advanced hardware that you will ever get your hands on but it’s definitely tech-based and something that you can use on a daily basis to make things better for you. If you break it down, the price also works out to mean that each light will only cost you approximately $2.50, which is an absolute bargain. Grab the offer right now from the product link below.

Buy: Eufy Lumi Plug-in Night Light (4-Pack) from Amazon: $10.99 | Original price: $14

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