Duracell LED Undercabinet Lights

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Light up the dark areas under your cabinets with the Duracell LED Undercabinet Lights. are bright (125 Lumens) and ideal for cabinets, closet or other dark spaces.

Duracell LED Undercabinet Light Costco 6

These lights feature:

  • 125 Lumens
  • Wireless install – battery operated
  • Motion Activated Sensor – convenient for optional hands free operation. Light turns off after 30 seconds if no motion is detected.
  • Mounting Hardware Included

Each set contains:

– 2 Under-cabinet Lights

– 12 AA Alkaline Batteries

Made in China.

The Duracell LED Undercabinet Lights are normally priced at $19.99.

There’s currently a $3 instant rebate which reduces the price to $16.99.

Discount is valid till 02/23/14.

Item Number 999411.

Inventory and pricing at your store will vary and are subject to change at any time.

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  • Joe O

    I’ve found the motion sensors unreliable. The motion sensor on one of the 2 lights does not work at all any longer but the light still works using the ON switch. Any similar experience or suggestions?

    • Olli

      hi Joe,
      We haven’t tried these but would have expected better reliability from Duracell. Good that Costco has a great return policy.

  • Vicki Lynn

    Less than a week, the auto sensor stopped working. Love then, but read horrid reviews experiencing exactly what happened to me. They need to make good on these defective lights. I do not have the packages and they were a gift sadly for me. Duracell has really disappointed me this time.

    • Olli

      hi Vicki,
      It’s really surprising to hear about these inferior lights. Definitely expected better from Duracell.

  • Brian L. David

    Use mine with great luck and today converted one to USB power. Open it up, FInd a space to melt a hole for the USB cable. Run your prepared USB cable through and solder the red and black wires to the red and blacks posts on the underside/inside of the battery tray. DONE! secure you wire so it can’t pull out! – This will work with most battery banks to for long time use at a campsite or on the go!

    Provided you don’t get a dud!

    You can also install a TP4065 module by soldering that to the same posts inside as the USB cable was. Then you can use AA lithium ion rechargeable batteries, NiMH or USB power it by simply plugging in a micro USB cable to any 5v phone charger.