Homeworks Furniture Brand

Bright 9 LED Push Light, Best Brands, LED Light, Homeworks, Closet Light, Indoor Light, Tap Light

Average rating:3.8824out of5stars, based on17reviews17ratings
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HomeWorks

Bright 9 LED Push Light, Best Brands, LED Light, Homeworks, Closet Light, Indoor Light, Tap Light

Average rating:3.8824out of5stars, based on17reviews17ratings

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LED Push Light:
  • 9 Bright Energy Efficient LED's
  • LED's Never Need Replacement
  • Battery operated: 3 AAA Batteries (Not Included)
  • Easily Brightens Dark Spaces
  • Versatile
  • Easy to install
  • White or Black
Walmart #: 550484835
Use this LED Push Light anywhere you need a little extra light. The battery-operated light is easy to install and can be used as a stand alone light as well. Place it in your closest, pantry, kid's bedroom, hallway, crawl space or any other location that needs immediate LED light. Turns on with just a push of a button. User friendly and extremely bright!
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1.00 x 5.50 x 7.00 Inches
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Bright 9 LED Push Light, Best Brands, LED Light, Homeworks, Closet Light, Indoor Light, Tap Light
Average rating:3.9out of5stars, based onreviews
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Average rating:1out of5stars, based onreviews
These use 3 batteries each. I bought 4 for under shelf lighting, so at $3.96 each plus a large pack of batteries, you can see this isn't really a cheap set up. I barely had these on for a few days (I'm talking not even an hour on each time) and within a week, I noticed that they were definitely starting to dim down. Then members of my family started noticing how fast they were going dark. I bought major brand batteries.
These use 3 batteries each. I bought 4 for under shelf lighting, so at $3.96 each plus a large pack of batteries, you can see this isn't really a cheap set up. I barely had these on for a few days (I'm talking not even an hour on each time) and within a week, I noticed that they were definitely starting to dim down. Then members of my family started noticing how fast they were going dark. I bought major brand batteries.
Average rating:1out of5stars, based onreviews
These use 3 batteries each. I bought 4 for under shelf lighting, so at $3.96 each plus a large pack of batteries, you can see this isn't really a cheap set up. I barely had these on for a few days (I'm talking not even an hour on each time) and within a week, I noticed that they were definitely starting to dim down. Then members of my family started noticing how fast they were going dark. I bought major brand batteries.
These use 3 batteries each. I bought 4 for under shelf lighting, so at $3.96 each plus a large pack of batteries, you can see this isn't really a cheap set up. I barely had these on for a few days (I'm talking not even an hour on each time) and within a week, I noticed that they were definitely starting to dim down. Then members of my family started noticing how fast they were going dark. I bought major brand batteries.
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by MrBilllllllllllll - 10/4/2017
Average rating:4out of5stars, based onreviews
comes with screws or stickon tape, bright, not sure how long batteries will last. I used it in side a kitchen cabinet. seems good quality.
comes with screws or stickon tape, bright, not sure how long batteries will last. I used it in side a kitchen cabinet. seems good quality.
too long or too short of title?
by MrBilllllllllllll - 10/4/2017
Average rating:4out of5stars, based onreviews
comes with screws or stickon tape, bright, not sure how long batteries will last. I used it in side a kitchen cabinet. seems good quality.
comes with screws or stickon tape, bright, not sure how long batteries will last. I used it in side a kitchen cabinet. seems good quality.

Dubai-based retail conglomerate Al-Futtaim Group has decided to add a new international home improvement brand Homeworks to its portfolio.

Later this year Al-Futtaim will launch Homeworks in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and Cairo Festival City, Egypt to be followed shortly by Riyadh.

The retail group has hired London-based creative agency Dalziel & Pow to create a new brand identity, develop a graphic language for the brand and define the store experience ahead of launching the stores.

Growing interest in do-it-yourself and home improvement, higher disposable income within an increasing middle class and demand for a more organised western retail model drove Al-Futtaim to develop Homeworks for the MENA region.

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