If your home is designed anything like mine, you don’t have enough outlets for the things that you need. Inevitably, this means that you don’t have the extra receptacle space for things like extra nightlights. This problem is easily solved by incorporating a light into our light switch and outlet plates and that is what SnapPower is all about.

SnapPower Gives You Light Where You Need It

Snappower’s latest offerings include the SnapPower GuideLight 2 Plus and the SnapPower USB Charger 2. Both of these will help to add some versatile lighting options to your home.

The SnapPower GuideLight 2 Plus acts as an automatic nightlight that is built into the cover plate of your power outlet. Do you need an extra light in the hallway at night, so you don’t stumble and hurt yourself? A nightlight in your kitchen? Do you carry a flashlight on your way to the bathroom? This solves that problem.

It provides a nice diffused light and always leaves both outlets available for use. That’s what I love most about Snappower’s products. They provide light without taking up valuable socket-space. The ambient lighting is soothing and blends in with its surroundings. Another great benefit is that people won’t accidentally leave lights on all night. That’s going to save you money.

The SnapPower GuideLight 2 Plus is also available for GFCI outlets. You know, the ones in bathrooms and by kitchen sinks.

SnapPower's GuideLight 2 Plus and USB Charger 2
SnapPower gives you a nightlight anywhere.

Extra Light Where You Need it Most

Another offering from SnapPower is the SnapPower USB Charger 2. This one features two USB ports that will deliver fast charging (2.1 amps), with a slim look. Installation is easy and it keeps your outlets free from extra power adapters when charging your phones, tablets and other gadgets.

Again, it frees up valuable outlets, which if we’re honest, we never have enough of. And it’s always nice to have a light at night so you don’t hurt yourself. Plus it stops people from turning on the brighter lights and wasting electricity.

Conner Flynn

Conner has been blogging for major Internet websites since 2007, specializing in gadgets, robots, technology and gaming. Conner also runs his own sites Internetvswallet.com, Scifidesign.com and Creepbay.com. Conner also likes cats and movies, in that order.

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