Lighting can be tricky in an RV. There are a lot of spaces that simply aren't near a light source, especially cabinets and closets, which usually don't come with their own fixture. If you're having a hard time navigating through the darker parts of your vehicle, consider Lancer's Wireless LED Puck Light
With an integrated sensor, the Puck Light only turns on when you open the door, saving you money on batteries and keeping the light from bothering you when it isn't needed. You can set the light on low or high, depending on how much illumination you need. Best of all, the light's head swivels 360 degrees, so you can add warm illumination wherever you'd like.
The Puck Light is powered by five LEDs which can last up to 100,000 hours. You may never need to replace one!
"I bought this to put under the lower bunk of the kid's room in my camper," writes one Camping World customer. "It's easy to install … rotates, tilts and provides plenty of light. In fact I am ordering two more. One for under the sink and another for a closet."