Sunday, March 12, 2017


I get up multiple times a night to go to the bathroom and I sometimes worry if I will hit the toilet or miss as I hate to put the light on as it is so close to the bedroom and I fear of waking my husband who gets mad if woken like we all do. I recently discovered illumibowl which is a motion activated toilet night light that has 8 colors it changed to. It is easy to place just attached to the toilet bowl by placing on the outside of the toilet and bend the arm over the rim to a 90-degree angle as it has a stay-out arm and it is designed to fit any toilet. Next, you insert the batteries which are not included 3 AAA now slip the illumibowl over the rim of the toilet with the light on the inner rim and the illumibowl facing the entrance of the bathroom. To test turn out the lights as it only works in the dark and when it detects movement and turn on and stay on for 2 minutes after the last movement. The button on the side allows you to rotate the colors or choose which color you would like, it also controls the brightness. If you get it dirty you can clean by wiping with a damp wet cloth or cleaner.

My Opinion: I think it works well and the colors are a nice touch along with shutting off in the right amount of time. It is new and unique compared to other products on the market, this is perfect for not just for home use but camping, vacation traveling. I wish it could be solar or something to not need batteries.
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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review! This is a unique gadget to have. I never thought about lighting up the toilet! LOL I was pitched to do a review on something like this around Christmas, guess I should have said yes to it :)


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