Electra LED Nightlight, retail $1.00
Manufactured by (Unknown) for Electric Accessories
Last updated 09-11-05

These were found for $1.00 at a dollar store in the eastern United States in August 2005. They are LED nightlights. What more can I say about them?


The nightlight is ready to use as soon as you remove it from the package. Remove it from the package by lifting one corner of the plastic on the front of the package, and then remove the nightlight.
Then, to borrow a phrase from a TV commercial, "plug it in, plug it in!"

Since this product is designed to be operated from 110-120VAC, this section can be skipped.

This is an LED nightlight, not a flashlight. So I won't slam it against a steel rod or against the corner of a concrete stair, try to drown it in the john, stomp on it, run over it, or subject it to other indecencies that a flashlight might be subject to.

The nightlight is probably not very water-resistant, but it should have some minor degree of splash-resistance. So if you plug it in near a tub (in a GFCI outlet), I don't think a few drops of water splashed onto it will do it any harm.

It should also be able to withstand a short drop to the floor, but I don't believe it is TOO durable. So please try not to step on it if you find it on the floor; it probably wouldn't like that very well.

The nightlight has one blue LED in it near the base. This LED is shone into the plastic shape above that.

The nightlights on this page have a UL holographic sticker on them, but the power requirement/usage ratings are not embossed anywhere on them.
I don't believe they consume a lot of power, so you need not be concerned about using them 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year (366 days for leap year, of course).

Since this is a nightlight with a set purpose, I don't have a whole lot more to say about it.

Picture showing the shell-shaped nightlight lit.

Picture showing the sailboat-shaped nightlight lit.

Two units were sent by a fan of the website, and were received 08-31-05.

Product was made in China. A product's country of origin really does matter to some people, which is why I published it on this web page.

UPDATE: 00-00-00



    PRODUCT TYPE: LED nightlight
    No. OF LAMPS: 1
    BEZEL: Transparent, faceted plastic cover over LED
    CURRENT CONSUMPTION: Unknown/not stated
    WATER RESISTANT: Very light splash-resistance only
    WARRANTY: Unknown/not stated


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