Our light wand provides bright, wire free light in a compact design.
Ideal for steady light in difficult to reach places.
Features four long-life, super-bright LEDs
One touch power button
Built in magnetic fixing and 2-way stand
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Bright yet efficient Four super bright LEDs provide superior illumination while consuming minimal energy thanks to unrivalled efficiency.
Take it everywhere Small enough to fit a pocket or handbag, ideal for some extra light in that dimly lit restaurant or dark car park.
Battery power Thanks to being powered by battery, you are not restricted by plugs or wires - ideal for use in cupboards, lofts, garages and sheds.
Fall risk at night-time
Falls are a leading cause of injury for the elderly and the risk of a fall increases significantly in the dark. Eyesight often worsens with age and it can be more difficult for the eyes to adjust to lower levels of light as night time falls.
The risks of any fall can be reduced by making some simple changes, such as:
Minimising trip hazards such as rugs, objects left of the floor or even small pets.
Avoiding uneven or slippery surfaces, particularly wet floors in the kitchen or bathroom.
Installing handrails and grab bars to provide something to hold onto.
Ensuring the correct lighting is installed in living spaces, not too dim to see nor too bright to causes glare.
Night lights offer an excellent solution to the problem of lighting. Such devices provide the right level of light and often have the benefit of automatically turning on and off to save energy.
Information on VAT Relief for the disabled
What is VAT Relief for the disabled?
VAT Relief for the disabled is a government scheme that allows the zero-rating of goods if certain conditions are met.
Simply put, if the criteria below are satisfied we will not charge you VAT on some of the products available on our website.
What conditions do I (the customer) have to meet?
You (or the individual you are purchasing the goods for) must meet the following criteria
You are chronically sick or disabled and
You are buying the products for your own personal or domestic use
You can purchase goods and claim VAT relief on behalf of another person, but we will require some personal information (of the individual you are buying for) at checkout.
What qualifies as being "chronically sick or disabled"?
The following qualifies as being chronically sick or disabled:
You have a physical or mental impairment which has a long-term and substantial adverse effect upon your ability to carry out everyday activities
You have a condition that the medical profession treats as a chronic sickness, such as diabetes or Alzheimer's disease
You have a terminal illness
Common examples of chronic disabilities include (but are not limited to); Alzheimer's, any form of dementia, Parkinson's, arthritis, blindness, deafness, physical disability.
Temporary disabilities such as broken bones, or even postoperative confusion, are not classed as chronic disabilities or impairments.
If you are in any doubt regarding your (or the person you're purchasing for) condition, please ask your GP whether it is a chronic...