It’s that time of year, the time when we are all excited about the decorations and the baking and the holiday spirit. What we don’t expect, or appreciate, is when something goes wrong. Like those times that you realize you forgot someone on your Christmas list, or that part of a strand of Christmas lights decides to stop working at the wrong time? This year we were introduced to the LightKeeper Pro when they sent us one for review and I can see many, many benefits of this product! It’s definitely going to help us be green during the holidays!
The LightKeeper Pro is a fast and easy fix for light sets that go bad. It repairs the non-working light sets in minutes! You simply remove the bulb from a socket in the unlit section, plug the empty bulb socket into the LightKeeper Pro and click the trigger. The LightKeeper Pro will send a pulse of electricity through the light set, find and fix the “shunt” and illuminate the unlit section! How is that green, you ask? Well, if you can keep and repair light sets for years to come you won’t have to toss them out and buy more! It prevents trash and saves money! Thumbs up for both of those things! 😉 The LightKeeper Pro is truly the complete tool for the repair of incandescent light sets and they’ve sold over 3 million to date!
We were lucky this year and all of our lights for inside still work but I am so glad to have this valuable tool around for when that day comes that some of our lights go out! Because of the issues with my pregnancy hubby has been helping out so much inside that he’s not had the chance to decorate outside but we did finally get our tree and inside decor done! Woohoo!!!
With the LightKeeper Pro it’s as easy as “Plug, Click and Fix!” Be sure you get yours today to save any issues that may arise – cut out the worry of holiday lights failing this year and always!
Buy: You can purchase the LightKeeper Pro from various retailers, including Home Depot for around $20.
Win! One lucky winner is going to receive a LightKeeper Pro to help be green and save green in the coming years!