Open Thread: Easy Home LED Puck Lights with Remote

Last Updated on July 9, 2023

This post is an open thread and contains affiliate links.

A puck is a disc made of black rubber that is used in ice hockey. A light is a device that produces illumination to brighten up a room.

As for a puck light? It’s a light shaped like … well, a puck.

Most puck lights are battery-powered, and many of them come with remotes. That gives users flexibility to place the lights wherever they need them without respect to wiring or sockets. If you’ve got an out-of-the-way spot that needs lighting or you don’t want the hassle of wiring, a puck light is a cheap way to get the job done. The downside is that batteries can drain, but batteries also don’t stop working during a power outage, so there’s that.

You can find puck lights at many hardware and big box stores. Since we all know a certain German grocer sometimes likes to imitate hardware and big box stores by way of its middle aisle, it’s maybe not surprising that puck lights have found their way onto Aldi shelves.

What We Know:

Easy Home Puck Lights With Remote 1Easy Home LED Puck Lights with Remote (Product Code: 808803) are an Aldi Find. Each store will get one shipment, and once it’s depleted, the store won’t be getting any more. Aldi doesn’t ship products online, meaning that if you can’t find it in stores, you’re out of luck.

At the time of this post, the puck light set costs $14.99.

Here’s more information about the light set:

  • Remote activates all puck lights within a range of 32.5′
  • Features up to 20 hours of run time
  • Includes preset timer, dimmer, and multiple color modes
  • Each light has 3M tape for easy installation
  • Use in any room or space
  • Push button ON/OFF operation activates lights manually
  • Includes 15 AAA batteries

It looks like these puck lights come with a 1-year warranty.

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tested these lights, so we don’t know how easy they are to use, how reliable they are, how long the batteries last, or how long the lights themselves will last. We’ve created this open thread for users to share their experiences.

Do you have experience with these lights? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. I just got a set in MI for $6.35. I will let you guys know know more after I try them out. Just figuring out where I should place them.

  2. Rebecca, these lights are back in Aldi this week. I almost bought a pack, then thought I should check reviews. How did they work out for you? Thanks!

  3. They work great. Easy installation.I’ve been using mine for about a year now they are great!!!! I hope they bring them back so I can purchase some for my rental units.

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