Are lights on your dorm room checklist? They should be.
College dorm rooms are not known for their style and charm. They serve but one purpose for the budding student – a place to study and (occasionally) sleep. Equipped with little more than a bed and a desk, an empty dorm room requires some essential supplies. I’ve put together a list of several different types of lights — some fun and some functional — that need to make it on your back-to-school checklist.
The ever-popular Motion Sensor Stick Anywhere Night Lights are a dorm room must. They are wireless night lights. They detect motion. And you can stick them anywhere. I know, we really got creative with the name, but the fact remains that these little powerhouses of light are one of our best sellers for a reason – they can be used for so many things. Put them inside your closet or wardrobe, by the door, or even inside a desk drawer. They light up about 10 square feet and turn off after 20 seconds of no activity.
A glowing keychain fob is perfect to clip on a backpack or toss in a purse, and since it’s always emitting a low-level of light, it’s easy to spot. When you need more light, just push the button on the fob to increase the brightness. (more…)