A product of Telebrands, Light Angel is an “As Seen on TV” motion-activated LED light that can be placed virtually anywhere, and pivots to provide 360-degree illumination. The Light Angel claims to be weather-resistant, and to stick to any surface, whether inside or out.

Using a technologically advanced motion detector, the Light Angel will activate as soon as any motion is detected, and will remain lit for up to 60-seconds. If no motion is further detected, it will them turn itself off. With this in mind, the Light Angel is known as the “Guardian Angel” for your home, and claims to be ideal for any application where light is needed, including driveways, patios, closets, walkways, porches, pools, and more. Because of this, the unit is completely wireless, and features seven LED bulbs powered by four AA batteries that claim to last as long as 100,000 hours.

Light Angel Pricing and Return Policy

Currently, the Light Angel costs $12.99 plus $7.99 shipping and handling. If you choose, you can also obtain a second Light Angel unit, as well as the classic-looking Olde Brooklyn Lantern LED light for an additional $9.99. Lastly, the website claims you’ll receive a free $15 “As Seen on TV” gift card, which can be applied toward other product purchases through Telebrands.com.

The Light Angel comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, minus shipping and handling. This means that if you decide to return your Light Angel, you’ll be responsible for shipping it back to the address located on your packing slip, and for paying any associated charges.


  • Claims that the LED lights will shine bright for up to 100,000 that run only on 4 AA Batteries
  • Adhesive claims to stick to any surface, and to be weather resistant.
  • Motion sensors turn on the Light Angel’s seven LED lights any time motion is detected.


  • Light Angel is an “As Seen on TV” product, which have reputations for not performing as well as advertised.
  • Numerous consumer complaints that the light isn’t bright enough for their needs, and that the adhesive doesn’t stick as well as promised, causing the unit to fall.