Is there a place in your home in need of a light, but are you concerned that it would cost too much to have one installed? Then you might be interested in the Stick-Up Bulb.
My home is 80 years old, and many of the closets were not wired for electricity. This is just an example of one of the many places that would be a perfect place for a Stick-Up Bulb.
The Stick-Up Bulb runs on four AA-batteries, so obviously you will occasionally have to replace the batteries.
The Stick-Up Bulb is painless to mount. The bracket has double-sided tape that you just peel off and you can just stick it up. There are also holes in the bracket so if you want to mount it more permanently you can use a couple of Phillips head screws.
So to mount it, you simply peel the covering off of the double-sided tape and then just mount it where you would like it. Then, you take the main part of the Stick-Up Bulb and slide it into the bracket. You then just pull the cord and you have light.
The Stick-Up Bulb is surprisingly a lot more durable than your standard incandescent light bulb. If you happen to be moving it and you drop it, it is not a problem because the outer bulb is shatter-proof.
On the inside of the outer bulb is an inner bulb, made with “krypton technology.” When you buy a Stick-up kit, you get a spare krypton technology bulb for when the first one burns out. If you happen to go through both bulbs, you can order more on-line or through the mail.
So, if you want an inexpensive way to spread some light where there is darkness, the Stick-Up Bulb is a bright idea in my opinion and gets the thumbs up.
The Stick-Up Bulb costs about ten dollars and does not include batteries. You can find it in a number of stores and on-line.