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Striker TRiLIGHT Garage Light

A screw-in lightbulb replacement designed to illuminate dark places like garages, unfinished basements, sheds, and more. With its adjustable LED panels, and 3000 lumen output, it can illuminate every corner of the room, and turns on and off via motion sensor.
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