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Old 11-08-2018, 07:58 AM   #1
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Dark in cupboard? Try this.

I was in a Harbour Freight store a while back and spied these little battery operated lights. They either stick on with Velcro or can be attached with screws. So handy to help find things in a dark cupboard.
200 Lumen LED Superbright Flip Light. They were on sale for $1.99!
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The link is to dark, canít see it lol

Link ? I think itís the disk ones I purchased a few years ago for my closet.
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Old 11-08-2018, 08:21 AM   #3
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The link is to dark, canít see it lol

Link ? I think itís the disk ones I purchased a few years ago for my closet.
Sorry, not a link. You can just search for them on the web site.
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my cupboard is dark I cant see the link
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If you get harbor freight ads in the mail they frequently have free stuff like flashlights
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Harbor freight is great for some things. Not so great for others. I bought a random orbital polisher a few years ago. It was on sale and I thought I'd get 1 use out of it and throw it out. Both son's have used it numerous times to polish their trailer and boat and I've used it annually for polishing the coach. It will not give up.

I always watch the mailers to see what they have to offer. Like mentioned above, the flashlights or the little magnetic bowls are great to have and are usually free when you purchase something.
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Harbor Freight does not have a monopoly on these lights. In fact their normal price is $4.49 but most places sell them for about $2

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DH spotted these (Harbor Freight?) and bought a bunch at 1.99 IIRC. They do come in handy as you can stick them up or lay them down and they're bright.
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Harbor Freight does not have a monopoly on these lights. In fact their normal price is $4.49 but most places sell them for about $2

That's it. I put one in the corner cupboard that has a 3 level lazy susan in it. Now I can find stuff!
I also put a couple in the deep cupboards to see what is in the back.
Paid $1.99 each.
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We were at Ollie's while camping earlier this year and saw some 6" puck style tap lights that we bought for our pantry. Helps a great deal!
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Light on a lazy susan is a great idea
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That's it. I put one in the corner cupboard that has a 3 level lazy susan in it. Now I can find stuff!
I also put a couple in the deep cupboards to see what is in the back.
Paid $1.99 each.
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It would be another thing in the cabinets the DW can't reach
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