You know those warm, dim, Edison-style bulbs you see in fancy restaurants and bars staffed by men with mustaches? Well, it turns out that they make LED version of those, and you can own six of them for $22 with promo code 3BBJHXS6. And unlike a lot of alternatives, these are dimmable, and even use E26 bases that work…
String lights make every outdoor space better, and while we see deals on globe-style strands with some regularity, but almost all of them still use power-hungry incandescent bulbs. But if you’d prefer to go all-out with LEDs, this 49'/15-bulb strand from Cymas is on sale for $60 today with promo code 4MIPIVLN.
Finally, someone made the Glow Bowl, but for everywhere else in your home. This motion-sensing light strip is billed as an under-bed night light, but you could just as easily attach it under your bathroom counter, along a railing, beneath your baby’s crib, or anywhere else you might need to venture in the middle of…
Update: Now up to $10 for four, which is still a good price.
Those big, fancy swing arm lamps aren’t just for architects and lawyers in dramatic films; you can clip this one from OxyLED onto just about any desk for $60 today with code OXYT4SDL. That’s a whopping $30 off, and a great deal for a lamp that yo can adjust every which way.
In addition to making a bunch of your favorite charging gear, Anker also produces some seriously popular flashlights, and we’ve got a special deal on them today just for our readers.
You know those motion-sensing light switches that companies install in office buildings to
squeeze out every possible penny of profit save energy and protect Mother Earth? Now you can put them in your own home for just $13 each with code YCQ2PM4N. If anyone in your house is chronically incapable of turning out the…
OxyLED’s T-02 Minis are, you guessed it, the smallest version of the company’s popular line of motion-sensing stick-anywhere lights. They’re great for cabinets and small closets, and you can get two for $12 with promo code KINJA2MI today.
Individual Philips Hue light bulbs have been frustratingly resistant to discounts over the years, so if you have a chance to save 10% on the latest model, you should probably swallow your pride and pull the trigger.
We see deals all the time on copper string lights, but if you prefer the look of “globe” style incandescents, you can get a 25' strand with 25 bulbs for $15 today (with code H8A2IF9O). It’s already warm outside, so string these up on your patio and enjoy the outdoors.
OxyLED saw our readers’ comments about the T-02 night light’s color temperature yesterday, so they’ve reached out with a pair of deals on their brand new warm models. These are exactly the same as the original T-02 and T-02 Plus (check out our roundup to see the differences), but with warmer bulbs that should be more…
If you’re ready to take the plunge into LED lighting, this 6-pack of warm white bulbs from OxyLED is down to just $11 on Amazon right now (with code KINJAA19), the best per-bulb price we’ve ever seen. They aren’t dimmable, so you won’t want to put them in certain fixtures, but it’s a great bulk pack for filling out…
Our readers have bought thousands of OxyLED’s T-02 motion-sensing light strips over the years, but if you’ve found them to be to annoying to charge, the new T-04 looks like a great upgrade.
Without any wiring to futz with, Mpow’s solar-powered, motion-sensing spotlights are the easiest way to illuminate your front porch or lawn, and you can save big on one, two, or four today. All of the promo codes are below, just note that the more lights you buy, the more you’ll save.
If you still haven’t tried out a home theater bias light, there’s never been a better time to pick one up. Vansky’s LED bias light strips plug directly into your TV’s USB port for power, and stick to the back of the set via built-in adhesive. Once you turn your TV on, the LEDs cast a soft glow on the wall behind them,…
Anker’s settings its sights on the affordable LED lighting market with the release of its new Lumi night lights, and you can save 20% at launch for a limited time.
The third generation Philips Hue starter kit’s bulbs have more vivid greens and blues, but otherwise, the “old” second generation set is basically identical. $122 gets you three bulbs and a Siri-compatible Bridge today, which is pretty great considering three individual bulbs would set you back $135, without a bridge.