Night Lights

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  1. sazza

    sazza Well-Known Member

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    I want to get a Night Light for our room, as our bed side lamps are too bright. I am looking for recommendations please! It doesn't matter whether it plugs into the mains, or whether it is battery operated. Thanks! :flower:
     
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    meandu Well-Known Member

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    Don't know about night lights, but i use a touch lamp from argos(2 for £20). I touch it once and it gives a dim light, then touch again to get brighter. (3 settings then goes off).
     
  3. MrsNovBaby

    MrsNovBaby Well-Known Member

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    We have a night light on our tomy monitor xx
     
  4. loramac

    loramac Mummy to a gorgeous boy x

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    i have a green light from amazon called a moon light ...i think thats its nameIts great, pluhs in flat at the mains and gives enough light to feed/change but not enough to keep you and LO awake!x
     
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    I use the blue light from the Calpol room menthol plug-in! *cheapskate*
     
  6. sazza

    sazza Well-Known Member

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    Lots of good ideas Ladies - thanks!!! x
     
  7. ayh78

    ayh78 Mummy of 2!

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    Aus_Amy Mummy to Cameron

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    Hey my hubby bought a cheap one from Aldi here in Australia.. It plugs in has a sensor in daylight so switches itself off.. (Cost $7) I think it's 3 watts or something like that..

    And gives off minimum light.. We also put one in the kitchen on a wall switch, so when i need to go to the kitchen at night i don't switch on any lights..
     
  9. gem_wilko

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    We had the battery operated "I love my bear" one from toys r us, which ran out half way through the night! So we bought this from amazon, and had been brilliant! The one gets brighter as the room gets darker, and is lovely and subtle, enough to see LO well enough without stopping you sleeping :) and the other one is smaller, and is a low light - often useful for when you have older kids, to put in the hall on the way to bathroom so they can see x

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lindam-Nig...f=sr_1_1?s=baby&ie=UTF8&qid=1296171570&sr=1-1
     
  10. WhiteGeisha

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    I just replaced the bulbs in my bedside lamp to one of less watts. So I went from 40w to 15w. Made such a difference x
     
  11. chelle7

    chelle7 Mum to a beautiful girl

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    I have one from Ikea- shaped like an animal type thing that changes colour. It gives plenty of light for feeding/changing
     
  12. binxyboo

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    In Daniels room, we use the Gro Egg room thermometer.
    https://www.thermometersdirect.co.uk/acatalog/grobag_Egg_thermometer.jpg

    In our hallway (at the top and the bottom of the stairs) we have these (from Asda)
    https://www.ryness.co.uk/images/thumbs/0007189_300.jpeg
    They plug into dierctly into the wall socket and have a darkness sensor on them. The give off just enough light to not fall down the stairs!!
     

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