I wanted to save money during the cost of living crisis so bought rechargeable under counter lights – they look SO good | The Sun

UNDER counter lights can really transform a kitchen.

But everyone's looking for ways to save money during the cost of living crisis, and such little luxuries are often the first thing to go.

However, one woman came up with a brilliant idea to ensure her kitchen looked chic without spending too much money – using rechargeable under counter lights.

Hannah Martin posted on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, sharing pictures of the lights in action as she wrote: "I’m in love with my new, motion activated, USB rechargeable under counter lights to save having to put the mains lights on!"

She added that she'd picked up the lights from B&M at just £12 each.

And considering they provide such "excellent lighting", she's also put one "under my radiator in my hallway and bathroom".

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"I’m lucky to have solar panels so can charge in the daytime when needed for free but with the soaring energy prices, any little saving is a bonus," she concluded.

People quickly commented on Hannah's post to praise her for the idea, with one writing: "They are a great product."

"I have something similar in my kitchen, utility room, stairs and bathroom. They are great," another added.

"Thank you for this. I shall go in tomorrow and hope to buy a couple, for top of the stairs to bathroom," a third commented.

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Others wanted further information from Hannah about the lights, with one writing: "Still got to charge them though so they do use electricity."

With Hannah replying: "I have solar panels so can charge for free in the day.

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"I know that isn’t the case for everyone though."

As someone else wrote: "And for those who don't have solar panels, you can buy usb rechargeable ones that plug into your tv so you can charge them whilst the tv is on."

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