LED lights are handy for a multitude of reasons, but for travelers, they have become a necessity for safety and security. Here are some ideas for LED lighting uses for your next trip.
These can be used for a wide range of things. Carry one in your suitcase, another in your bag, one in your purse and one in your pocket. They can be useful when you are stuck in that long dark hotel hall, in those catacombs or caves or in an emergency. If you get stuck in an elevator, room or electricity happens to go off in your hotel, you can whip out your handy LED flashlight. There are many sizes available to make carrying them very handy. Carry a mini light in your pocket at all times. Carry one in your bag or purse. You can even buy small ones on carabiners, clips or necklaces making them incredibly easy and light to carry around with you. You’ll be glad you brought along that flashlight when you find yourself walking along that empty, dark street at night, trying to find your way back to your hotel.
Suitcase and Bag Lighting
You can purchase an LED light that attaches to the inside of your suitcase, bag or purse and switches on automatically when you open it. This can be immensely useful when you are searching around in your suitcase for something important but have little or no light around you.
Security and Safety Lighting
You can now purchase LED flashlights that have a stun gun feature. If you’re traveling to any country alone or that you know has safety problems, you’ll want to consider carrying one of these handy lights. It acts and looks like a regular old flashlight, but has an extra button that you can push to activate the stun gun. You’ll certainly feel better walking down the street if you have one of these in your purse or bag. If you’re traveling by air to your destination, do be sure to check with the airlines to see if the stun gun flashlight would be allowed in your checked bag or with you as a carry on. The rules and regulations can be quite different country to country.
Scared you will run out of batteries? No worries there, you can bring along flashlights that are hand crank powered or even solar powered instead of battery powered.