I received this Eufy Nightlight via the Power user page, this is my unbiased review.
Ever since we moved her to North Carolina I have enjoyed the new house and change of scenery. One problem we have had in the house is that at night it gets wiked dark. Because the house is surrounded by trees all around, no natural light makes its way into the house when it gets dark. This forces us to have to turn on the lights anytime we want to transverse throughout the house at night, the problem with that is all the lights in the house have been converted to LED lighting which when its been pitch dark and you turn them on it can be very blinding. So to save face from blinding ourselves I was looking into getting some soft white glow lights to strategically place around the house, I remember @nigelhealy saying that these lights were good for that, so when I saw them on the power page I had to test them out.
This is my second product from eufy, with the first being the Eufy Genie. The genie came in a box that I had pretty much known and seen before, but these nightlights came in a recycled cardboard box with very minimal graphics on it... I have to say I praise them for going this route because often times companies get caught up in packaging and it can be overwhelming and they tend to overlook the actual product.
Inside the box is the 4 nightlights, these are the plug in version, they also have the stick on version. The main difference between the plug in and stick on is the plug in are dusk to dawn and the stick on is motion sensor.
As for placement, I placed one of these in the bedroom hall.... this is the biggest area where we needed the lights because the dogs sleep outside the bedroom and myself or my wife leave early morning/night to go to work. The second light was placed in my sons bedroom. The third light was placed in the office room next to the deck doors, It reflects off the floor and lights up the area pretty well. And the fourth light was placed in the Tack/workout room so when you come or go to the garage you don't have to turn those lights on either which is great if your hands are full.
I love that these lights turn on and off as needed, I tested these with my power meter and they draw so very little power I don't mind if they end up staying on. The light in the bedroom Hall is the only one that stays lit due to the long dark hall, but I am ok with this as I mentioned the dogs sleep outside the bedroom and tend to roam around the hallway so they at least have some light and anyone who walks through the area can see their way around.
So far these lights have exceeded my expectation and are working great. They stay cool to the touch so I do not have to worry about the dogs brushing against them or the cats. They help light the way at night and keep us from having to turn the bright LED lights on so its a win win.
The only thing I wish is that there was a way to disable the photo sensor or there was a switch to keep the light either on or off. The reason for this is that the one I placed in the tack room dims and brightens as it should based on the amount of light coming in, but that room always has varying light coming in due to the trees and how close it is to the garage.... I just worry long term that the sensor may go bad. But it does come with an 18 month warranty so I can live with it. I plan on getting a few more of these to place around other dark areas of the house, So if you have a need for a night light or at the very least a dusk to dawn light then these are perfect. They are lightweight, draw very little power, and super minimalist so they do not take up much space. My recommendation is buy buy buy, you will not be disappointed.