The compact, patented light provides automatic, hands-free illumination for users of walkers, canes and rollators. This light works through two sensors. First, it uses a motion sensor to determine if the walker is in use. After 30 seconds of not being moved, the light turns off. Second, the light uses a lighting sensor to determine if it is in a low level light environment. Only when it is in a low light environment and in use will the light illuminate.
This patented, hands-free, automatic illumination is the only personal visual aid that knows when to turn itself “on” and “off”. The See 4 Safety light is the only light that saves your batteries and time by automatically sensing when it should be on or off. There are no buttons or switches to hassle with, although there is an “off” switch in case the walker is in storage, like in an overhead compartment or a car trunk. When not being stored, leave your light in the “on” position and it will automatically detect whether or not it should be in use.
|Manufacturer Item Code||PNC-00-100|
First one didn't work. You sent me another. It didn't work either. I know it has to be dark. They come on when they want and off when they want. Mostly off. I wanted it for my moms walker so when she walks down a dark hallway at night. They never have come on to help her. Sitting in a chair and her walker stationary, the lights would just spontaneously come on.
I was told by customer support that it had to be in the dark to work so I tried it with no lights on and it came on, but I had to practically shake it (the motion of the walker did not make it turn on). After that, for the rest of the evening it came on for no reason at all (all of the lights were on and it was not being moved at all)! It's so upsetting and I don't think I should have to pay to return something that does not work properly. I am not happy.
It does not work; I even tried using new batteries (2 AAA) and nothing happened!
Batteries were leaking
had to replace batteries
stays lit in bright room
The only way the light will come on is if you smack it about 6 times with your hand ... HARD! This is your definition of "motion sensitive"??? Then, the light will not stay on and shuts off after about 30 seconds whether there is motion or not. A bought this to attach to my mother's walker. A total waste of money!