As Seen On TV: Dimmit Review


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Dimmit Commercial



    The Product: Dimmit

    The Promise: “Turn any lamp into a dimming lamp!”

    The Total Price: 1 Dimmit for $10 + $7.95 S&H plus a second Dimmit for an additional $7.95 S&H for a grand total of $25.90 before tax.

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Dimmit Video Review

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Dimmit Product Information


What is Dimmit?

Dimmit is a dimmer switch for lamps that screws right into your existing light socket. Simply screw in your Dimmit and then screw in your light bulb. (If you can change a light bulb, you can use a Dimmit!)


What Makes Dimmit A Good Buy?

The official Dimmit website shows the Dimmit offers the following features and benefits:

  • Quick & easy: Screws into your lamp’s bulb socket then most standard light bulbs screw into Dimmit
  • Easily adjust light level with convenient dial
  • Offers you a wide range from soft lighting to full brightness
  • Regular use will lower your energy bill
  • Works with standard lamps and most bulbs



Does Dimmit Have A Special Offer?

Buy One Get One Free (BOGO)


Dimmit Lowest Price

The lowest price that we could find Dimmit at the time of this writing is on the Dimmit website.

(Alternatively, you can see if you can find it cheaper at walmart.com by searching in the box below:)




Where To Buy Dimmit?

Dimmit is currently not available in stores. It can only be found via the official Dimmit website.


Does Dimmit Have A Warranty or Guarantee?

Dimmit is covered by a full 30 day money back guarantee minus the cost of shipping and handling.


Dimmit Customer Service Information

Dimmitâ„¢
P.O. Box 210827

Milwaukee, WI 53221

Phone: 1-262-787-2033

Customer service is available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm Central Standard Time.


Does Dimmit Really Work?

Inconclusive: We have not had our hands on the Dimmit yet, but will update this post when physically tested.


Dimmit Review: Our Conclusion

Based on viewing the Dimmit As Seen On TV Commercial alone, the Dimmit looks to be a good value for anyone who wants to add dimming capability to an existing lamp. The base price is comparable to other light dimming lamps with similar features. Our only unanswered question at this point is whether or not CFL bulbs can be used safely with this product. (The commercial and website seemed to dance around this issue.)



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What are YOUR thoughts about Dimmit? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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14 comments on “As Seen On TV: Dimmit Review
  1. itisme3257 says:

    Hi I love these videos!

  2. itisme3257 says:

    :-)

  3. Boogster Su says:

    God Dimmit!!

  4. TheSodaThief says:

    Fake

  5. Edi says:

    Yeah! #dimmit

  6. letseeitplease says:

    this wont work on the new C F L bulbs,, it just works on the bulbs that have filiments

  7. Jennifer Flores says:

    Bitch just watch the tv without the light tf tho

  8. letseeitplease says:

    nice video review, this dimmit will not work on a CFL bulb, that is why they did not show anybody with a CFL bulb in the commercial, if you put a CFL in the dimmit theballast in the cfl bulb will either pop right away depending on your setting or it will pop not long after once you try to dim the cfl , ask any electrician , or Try it for yourself to see the results,

  9. Magyar Attila says:

    oh my god in 0:35 the light shines THROUGH the man who walks before it! MAGIC! MAGIC! BLACK MAGIC!

  10. Mckayla Moskal says:

    I thought he said dammit.

  11. Firstname Lastname says:

    THIS DOES NOT WORK WITH CFL BULBS!

  12. JJAB91 says:

    Dimmers designed for traditional bulbs don’t smoothly reduce voltage to the lamp (because this is inefficient). Instead they turn on and off the supply to the lamp 50 or 60 times per second, varying the proportion of time it’s “on” to effectively vary the amount by which the lamp heats up.This works fine for a simple bit of glowing wire which is basically all a traditional lamp is, and you don’t even notice a flicker because it stays hot enough to continuously put out light without noticing the pulse.But it totally fucks with the complex circuitry inside a modern CFL or LED unit.”Dimmable” CFL or LED units need even more complex circuitry to convert this “pulse modulated” current back to a regulated smooth current, and then detects the timing of the pulse in order to know how much to dim the circuit by. This is pretty inefficient.There are alternatives though which involve not using a traditional dimmer, and instead building the dimmer functionality directly into the lamp unit, controlling it wirelessly or via a switch hooked up to the lamp itself. Alternatively, use a lamp unit with a separate transformer and build the dimming functionality into that transformer.

  13. Morgan Bennett says:

    His voice sounds like Barney

  14. Glitchy_The_Ghost says:

    “If you can screw in a lightbulb” How on earth do you expect infomercial people to be able to screw in a lightbulb?!

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