Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: Brilliant Evolution Wireless LED Puck Light 6 Pack With Remote Control | LED Under Cabinet Lighting | Closet Light | Battery Powered Lights | Under Counter Lighting | Stick On Lights
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I installed these under my kitchen cabinets, they work awesome, easy to install and the remote works amazingly. So far my only complaint would be that they are a little dull in brightness, Having it maxed out, it still dim. I don't need it to be bright to work with, but the ambience is just a tad dull. Also, the colour is more bluish than daylight colours which would create a more cosy or homey colour but overall it looks good. I love the idea of not having any wires and hopefully the batteries will last a good length of time.
I can confirm its the best pods light on amazon right now! They last the longuest for 3 AA battery but if you put them at 100% it will not last that long! But seriously you don't need to put them at 100% they are bright enough so 50% is good .... anyway these type of lights or normaly for ambiance only not to light all the kitchen !
Negative : no choice of color like stainless and no built in usb port to charge without taking the battery out
I'm using these to light under my cabinets either side of the stove. I like them but they could use a few tweaks.
First, the battery provided in the remote really limited the remote's range. Just replacing that battery made the remote work much better. I didn't bother using the AA cells that came in the lights. I put in rechargeables.
2nd, I wish the remote was RF and not IR. The remote and the lights all have to be line of sight in order for all lights to turn on and off at the same time.
3rd, I don't like the way the timer feature on the remote works. You have to turn the lights on first and then hit the 15, 30, ... minute buttons. I wish you just hit the timed button and the lights turned on. You would then know that all will turn off. As is, if one or more lights don't get the timer instruction, they won't turn off after the desired time. They do blink off briefly when they get the timer instruction. But, it is hard to watch them all if they are spread out.
The timer is implemented in the lights and not the remote. This is good. I was afraid the remote turned the lights off after the specified time. Fortunately, the remote is not involved once the timer is set.