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The UK 3 Pin Safe T Light (model STL301)
The UK version of SafeTLight replaces the old Safety Light, and is light and more streamlined.
This version can also be used in many other countries -see the dropdown list below.
Where can I use the 2 or 3 pin Safe T Light?
The new Safe T Light 2 pin model STL302 can be used in many countries across the world. In addition, the new UK version - model STL301 can be used in a surprising number of countries. Together they cover over 160 countries. Click on the drop down list below to see a list of countries and the models which will be appropriate.
301 = British 3 pin style 302 = Europlug 2 pin
SafeTLight - more than a night light
This vital home and office safety light equipment provides a combination of safety features.
Emergency Power Failure Lighting - light in a power cut
During a power cut, the lighting head switches to its internal rechargeable battery, providing emergency lighting for approximately 4 hours. The head can then be easily found and removed to provide an emergency torch.
Low Level Night Light
In every day use, Safe-T-Light provides non intrusive lighting during the hours of darkness. Its light sensor switches on the lighting head as darkness falls, providing safety lighting for hallways, stairs, etc. Uses less than 1 watt. If you don't want the unit to act as a night light, switch off the torch - it will continue to charge but will not automatically light in a power cut.
Rechargeable torch always available
The lighting head can be easily removed from the main unit at any time to provide a useful rechargeable torch. Its LED technology will provide a long lasting beam for general household use.
SafeTLight - ONE SAFE-T-LIGHT GIVES YOU - low level night lighting, automatic power failure lighting, re-chargeable torch, peace of mind SafeTlight is a registred trade mark throughout the EEC, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malasia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa