The Philips GuideLight comes with a built-in motion sensor that will light up automatically whenever it detects any movement, and will turn itself off after 20 seconds of stillness within its vicinity in order to save power and help keep your power bills low. Seems to be the perfect addition for any bedroom since it works great for those who tend to wake up sometime in the middle of the night to find their way to the loo or refrigerator (with a rumbling stomach, of course). Instead of placing it on your bedside table all the time, the Philips GuideLight can also double up as a portable light source, as you can always hook it over your finger when you go out camping or traveling. When docked on its stand, it will keep itself charged.
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