Has anyone heard of or is currently using Stickup Bulbs?

Stickup Bulbs - These stickup bulbs can save you money on your electricity and are very helpful if you have a power outage or if you have rooms that do not have lighting or little lighting.
@kgwat70 (13396)
United States
January 2, 2007 5:04pm CST
I just saw an advertisement in the paper here about these stickup bulbs that are great for rooms with little or no lighting and are excellent for when you have power outages. They do not require wiring or an outlet. It is battery operated and the bulbs are safe and last a long time. It can save you money on electricity. You can go to this website to find out more about it:http://www.stickupbulb.com
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• United States
3 Jan 07
I saw the commercial on tv the other day. They sounded very interesting. Maybe I'll give them a try when they come to stores in the area. I have a closet under my staircase that could use one.
@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
3 Jan 07
I just went to the store this evening and bought three of them as they were on sale for $9.99 at this department store here called Boscovs. I already installed them in two of my closets and the other one in the unused bedroom in my home. They work really nice and the bulbs are pretty bright. You can go to their website if you want to get these bulbs sooner. http://www.boscovs.com/StoreFrontWeb/Product.bos?assortmentDepartmentNumber=14200000&itemNumber=15656&assortmentId=2&type=Product
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• United States
8 Jan 07
I just saw them on tv. They seem like a great item for closets and drawers. Are you going to puchase them?
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@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
8 Jan 07
Yes, I actually purchased three so far. I put two of them in my closets and I have one in my other bedroom. They work really well and provide good lighting. I may get a few more as I need one for my shed and attic as well. They were on sale here at a department store.
• United States
10 Jan 07
I wondered if they were as good as they looked. Thanks for letting me know. Glad you like them.
@brokentia (10396)
• United States
10 Jan 07
Wow! Cool! I have never seen that commerical before! Thanks for the website. And the great thing is, I as I was thinking of all the things wrong with it, they addressed as not being a concern. Like, the bulb getting hot or what if the stick didn't stick and it fell....it is shatter proof! It should would be helpful for those times when the power goes out! Have you ever tried to read by candle light? That little flame flicking all over the place makes it really hard on the eyes to try to read little words on a page! LOL I am sure that give it some time and we will see them in stores...like WalMart. LOL And I can not help but wonder two things...the 10 year guarantee...is that for the unit or the shatter proof bulb? Does only the shatter proof bulb work in it? And...how many batteries would one go through if it is used by kids? I think I would have to invest in rechargeable battier then. LOL
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@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
10 Jan 07
The ones that I have in my home now will probably last a long time since two are in the other bedroom that is rarely used. Each unit needs 4 AA batteries. So far no problems with staying on the walls and they light up very well. There is another type of stick up bulbs as well.
• United States
8 Jan 07
Pretty cool little invention is I must say so. Stick Up Bulb is the amazing wireless light bulb that installs anywhere, requires no wiring or an electrician to install and provides lighting whenever you need it. Just peel and stick the base then slide in this revolutionary light bulb. That’s all you have to do to light up your closets, stairwells, and anywhere that you need light. Use it outdoors in your shed or under your patio umbrella to provide lighting during the evening. It’s also portable, just slide the bulb out of its base, so it’s great whenever you need to carry light, such as in a power outage.
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@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
8 Jan 07
I too think it is very neat and can also save us money on our electric bill. I have already purchased and installed three and may get some more as well. Very handy and great invention.
• United States
7 Jan 07
never heard of stickup lightbulbs..glad you posted it:) I tried to accept your invite to your hub..you never answer!:(
@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
7 Jan 07
I am sorry for not replying but I have been having trouble logging into that site. I just able to log on to the site this morning as I had to reset my password. How do I accept a person that I invite on there?
@disvachic (10121)
• United States
7 Jan 07
yes, i heard of that,my grandmother have a few around her house but she doesnt use them.
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@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
7 Jan 07
I have a few too but it is in case of a power outage or if I need to get something from the closets that have no light. They are battery operated so she is probably only using them when she needs to use them.
@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
6 Jan 07
Thanks for sharing that, I never heard of them. We'll see what they look like.
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@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
7 Jan 07
They are working very well for me so far as I got three of them and will get some more. They have different types of stickup bulbs. Definitely good to have for power outages or maybe if you want to try and save electric costs.
@maru_047in (1007)
• India
12 Jan 07
Thanks for telling this fact it seems very good and once v use it then only v can say all the things about this. It is a good thing or the better thing to save the electricity.