Sylvania Dot-It; stickble battery-powered LED lights - Fiberglass RV


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Old 04-11-2006, 10:24 PM   #1
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So I'm looking for lights to add to the Casita that don't take much power. I was at Menard's to grab a shelf for that marvelous overhead shelf mod that someone just posted, and there next to the shelves they had this cool little light that sticks to the wall. It's by Sylvania, called the Dot-it. It has three LEDs, weighs next to nothing, runs off AAA batteries, and is plenty bright for finding your way or rummaging in a closet, though not for, say, reading. With LEDs, the batteries ought to last a long time, and it's all of $8.

I bought several.

Here's a link - they're cheaper at Menard's, though:

http://www.autobarn.net/syldotit.html


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Old 04-11-2006, 11:25 PM   #2
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Hey Laura!

Thanks for the tip. I'll be looking at those.

I just came in from futzing with placement of some 24 LED dome lights in my trailer. They have to be hard wired, I am finding motivation to do it a little slim LOL!
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Those are really neat. I still need something for a closet light. I wish I had known about them before drilling all the holes in the outside of the closet wall last weekend to install a light by the door.

Gina, if you find them locally let me know!
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