A while ago I received a few products from SnapPower to use around my house and I loved them so when I got the chance to review more of them, I couldn’t refuse. I got another one of the USB ports and I got two nightlights this time and I have to say, this is one of my favorite companies because I have a use for everything they send me. With our second USB port, I put it in my kitchen on the wall by my refrigerator because I like to look up recipes on Pinterest and that takes a lot out of its battery.
The other two products we got were the Safelight and the Switchlight; these are both nightlights that go over the outlet or the light switch. Since both of my young ones are afraid of the dark, I put the light switch cover in my son’s room because his bed is right by the switch and I put the outlet cover in my daughter’s room. SnapPower outlets are easy to install and involve no batteries or other products. I love all of SnapPower’s products because they’re so easy to install and use! I’ll be looking on their website for any new products they come out with!
About taken from Website: At SnapPower, our goal is to create simple and convenient solutions to power home electronics and automation devices with our innovative prong technology. We are working diligently to provide our customers with a unique line of products that solve some of the most basic issues in today’s home. In March 2014, we launched The SnapPower Guidelight which is a replacement for the standard plug-in night light and the hardwired guide lights found on the market. The Guidelight is equipped with diffused LED lighting to provide beautiful illumination by night and blend into the home by day, while keeping both outlets available for use at all times.
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