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Bowl Light Set of Two Multi Color Toilet Bowl Motion Sensors

It happened. You thought that downing ten glasses of water and eating an entire watermelon before bed wouldn't have any dire consequences. Now it's two in the morning and you're trying to navigate your way through the dark to the porcelain throne as quietly as possible. The last thing you want to do is switch on the overhead light and experience its sheer blinding agony. We've all been there.

Now there's finally an easier way to survive the middle-of-the-night potty break. A more fun one, too! The Bowl Light transforms your commode into a cool light show at the touch of the button. Simply snap it onto the rim of the bowl, adjust your desired color and lighting specifications and let the high tech motion sensors take care of the rest. The splash-resistant finish helps keep it clean!

Finally, soft, soothing light that turns on when you need it and off when you don't. Private time has never been more enjoyable for holiday parties, either. You may have a few inquiries from guests, so that's why this set luckily includes two lights. One for you, one for a friend!

The Essentials
  • Fits Almost Any Toilet
  • No Tools, Wiring or Mess
  • Auto On/Off
  • Motion Activated LED Light - only works when your bathroom lights are off
  • Seven Different Color Options
  • Five Brightness Levels
  • Battery Operated - Requires Three (3) "AAA" Batteries (Not Included)

Color Options
  • Yellow
  • Red
  • White
  • Green
  • Aqua
  • Purple
  • Rotating Colors
What's Included
  • Two (2) Bowl Light Set of Two Multi Color Toilet Bowl Motion Sensors
  • Manual

  • 2-1/2"L x 1/2"W x 2-1/2"H
  • 0.10 lbs

Made in China

Please Note - Bowl Light is water-resistant but not waterproof. Never submerge in water or wash under a faucet. Remove batteries temporarily before attempting to clean Bowl Light. To clean your Bowl Light, remove from the toilet and surface wash with a non-abrasive sponge or towel using a mild detergent. Let air dry, then replace batteries and re-attach to toilet as directed in these instructions.

California residents only: “Proposition 65” WARNING

UPC 735541702211
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