Two years ago I wrote about NanoLite, the world’s smallest adhesive light that you can stick on one of your keys and light the door lock in the dark. This time I’m reviewing MicroLite, a new adhesive light coming from MicroLite Tech, which is about three times larger than NanoLite, but features a pop-up system.
Pop-up MicroLite uses strong adhesive to stick on plastic, metal, wood, and cloth, to light the surroundings, make everything visible and enable hands-free operation. MicroLite Tech announced in a recent press release that the magnetic version will soon be available. In addition, the device features a pop-up system that allows you to turn it on or off by simply pressing it. You can use Pop-up MicroLites to light locks, toolboxes, dashboards, breaker panels, remote controls, clipboards, bags and purses, emergency kits, drawers, cabinets, the back of the computer, and many others.
The tiny device is also water-resistant and powers from a replaceable battery. Thanks to the LED technology, it provides 30 hours of battery life from one battery.
From my experience with the Pop-up MicroLite, I can say it’s a useful little tool for making light in dark places in my home. I’m currently using it on the hall. I stuck it near my bedroom’s door to find it easily in the dark, when I need to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night. The LED is so powerful it lights the entire hall.
Pop-up MicroLites are available for purchase in many places, including electronics, grocery, promotional, and sport stores, as well as on the MicroLite Tech website, for $9.99 per piece. In addition to the black version, the pop-up light will also be available in white and silver. Get several for yourself and your friends this Christmas.
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