Ecozone Moonlight Energy-Saving Nightlight £4.99 Delivered (was £9.99) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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I bought one of these last time they were here on Hotukdeals, they were £5 then and quickly went back up to £9.99 - down to £4.99 now. These are perfect for the new-borns, youngsters, and give off a lovely green glow, quite subtle but bright enough. Their main pull is their low cost to run, 1/2p per day to run if used continuously. Uses NASA technology too, how cool is that.

Varied reviews on Amazon.

From the website:

"The Ecozone Moonlight plug uses NASA space technology developed to illuminate cockpit panels to give a restful, soft green light, making rooms feel safer at night. This slim energy saving unit will run continuously for less than ½p per day. The LED panel is cool to touch and ideal for night lighting in bedrooms, hallways, corridors at home or on holiday. Ecozone Moonlight has a 3 year guarantee. Uses only 4.38 kWH per year compared with 61 kWH for a regular 7 watt night-light "

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#1
Very good price. Thanks OP.

I've got one in our nursery and leave it on 24x7 - it's been fine for 9 months so far. It doesn't get hot, so is safe for when little one gets inquisitive!
Gives just enough light to let you see that everything is ok in the cot, and just about enough light to do an effective 'clear up' and nappy change in the middle of the night. :)

You might find it difficult to read with it, unless you were right next to it though!
#2
just to let everyone know, i bought one of these off e bay and it died after a month. it might of been a faulty unit tho, who knows!!!!!!
#3
I bought one of ebay, which is still going after 6 months.
I bought one on Amazon when it was £5 and broke after 2 months (but amazon gave me a refund instead of a replacement so to buy another I had to fork out another £5 as price went up).
Thanks for the heads up, i may buy another...
#4
I bought one from Amazon last time it was £5 - it died after a month.

Amazon sent a replacement which lasted for a whole day then, guess what, died!.

Got a refund from Amazon.

Never again I''m going to buy one of these - avoid by all means. They're not even that good when they work!
#5
Same bad experience here too. I had one from Maplin but it only lasted a few months before it fizzled out. I wouldn't buy one again unless it had a long guarantee.
#6
Not to sound like an old record, £5 from Amazon lasted 24 hrs. There was no evidence of vandalism but I have my suspicions:x Full refund from Amazon. Now? Well now the little brat can stub his toe. :w00t: Serves him right for keeping us up at night :roll:
#7
I had two of these and they both developed dim blotches that slowly and steadily encroached on the whole surface.
#8
oh dear, I just bought 3 before reading everybody's poor reviews.... that'll teach me not to check HDUK before buying something!
#9
As someone with a newborn I was on the verge of ordering a few until I read the Amazon comments and the comments on here.

Whats the point in buying a product that stands a high chance of breaking down?

Loads of great claims for the lights, but totally pointless if they can't last longer than a month.
#10
Mine lasted 3 months! Phoned Amazon and got it replaced next day. They are guaranteed for 3 years so Amazon should honour this.
#11
RM02
As someone with a newborn I was on the verge of ordering a few until I read the Amazon comments and the comments on here.

Whats the point in buying a product that stands a high chance of breaking down?

Loads of great claims for the lights, but totally pointless if they can't last longer than a month.


Thing is, we are all guilty of being quick to moan and slow for anything positive. My experience is that this has been used every night for the last couple of years, and has worked very well - not bought from Amazon though!
#12
You're probably right - I have just ordered 2.

After all, its less than £10 inc free delivery. If they don't work its not the end of the world.
#13
I have just got one of these for my son, paid £8. It is really good just hope it lasts - heat
#14
Thanks - ordered two!
1 Like #15
I have 4 of these around the house and they are excellent, never cheaper than £9.99 so this is great. And at half pence a day IF you left it on 24 hours, it is well worth it!

They have been tossed around a lot by my little one, been thrown down the stairs several times, neighbours kid even bent one of the plug prongs by leaning on it. Straightened it with some plyers and still works great.

I have used nightlights for years with our children, and the ones with the bulbs always only last a few months, and they stick out more (And cost more to run).

I cannot praise these enough. If you have problems with one, get a replacement, because they are not generally like that.
#16
Great price, I have some of these which I bought at Ethical superstore :)
#17
I found a LED/CFL combi bulb which is ideal as a nightlight and seems better as is out the way (as would a normal bulb) rather than lower down, plugged into a socket.
#18
You have always got to remember that research that postulated the rise in the need to wear glasses coinided with the use of light at night time. They postulate that the eyes of children are effected by night lights and some loose scientific evidence has confirmed this. Will the use of these mean that your kids have an increased chance of requiring glasses in their childhood.

I am avoiding them for as long as possible as a precaution.
#19
eye will
You have always got to remember that research that postulated the rise in the need to wear glasses coinided with the use of light at night time. They postulate that the eyes of children are effected by night lights and some loose scientific evidence has confirmed this. Will the use of these mean that your kids have an increased chance of requiring glasses in their childhood.

I am avoiding them for as long as possible as a precaution.


Eh?:?
#20
eye will
You have always got to remember that research that postulated the rise in the need to wear glasses coinided with the use of light at night time. They postulate that the eyes of children are effected by night lights and some loose scientific evidence has confirmed this. Will the use of these mean that your kids have an increased chance of requiring glasses in their childhood.

I am avoiding them for as long as possible as a precaution.


I have translated what you wrote, and that is the reason they make these subtle lights as opposed to normal lighting.
#21
I think 'Eco' should be removed from the manufactures name too, as filling the landfill with all the broken ones isn't doing no one any favours! :)
#22
eye will;7659960
You have always got to remember that research that postulated the rise in the need to wear glasses coinided with the use of light at night time. They postulate that the eyes of children are effected by night lights and some loose scientific evidence has confirmed this. Will the use of these mean that your kids have an increased chance of requiring glasses in their childhood.

I am avoiding them for as long as possible as a precaution.


I just use mine in the hallway to light the way to the bathroom in the middle of the night. Handy.
#23
Would prefer a pair of these
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lifemax-Automatic-Night-678-1t-Sensitive/dp/B001KFKXUG
as they're neater, use normal LEDs instead of luminescent panels ( so less prone to failure) and automatically turn off in the day.
Shame delivery is 1-2 months!

Incidentally this would only be for a hallway - think the body & mind needs total darkness to rest properly as having lights on (even low powered) is unnatural and prevents you entering deep sleep. Probably where the studies over eyesight and other health issues come from.
#24
I bought 2 of these months ago never been off still ok,but GREEN yuk.
#25
From the website:

"The Ecozone Moonlight plug uses NASA space technology developed to illuminate cockpit panels to give a restful, soft green light, making rooms feel safer at night. This slim energy saving unit will run continuously for less than ½p per day. The LED panel is cool to touch...
Even the website can't get it right: they're electroluminescent, not LED.
#26
Northerner
Would prefer a pair of these
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lifemax-Automatic-Night-678-1t-Sensitive/dp/B001KFKXUG
as they're neater, use normal LEDs instead of luminescent panels ( so less prone to failure) and automatically turn off in the day.

I have ones very similar to those; they are about 10 times brighter than the green ones in this thread and don't so much turn off during the day as flicker insamely.
#27
I have 1 about a year old, on nearly 24/7 in a dark hallway, and another about 4 months old. I've had no problems with them at all. :thumbsup:

Hot

Stervo, that an old Morris Day photo, must be at least 25 years...:w00t:
#28
Poop! Just ordered 2 from ecohamster for £7.99 each.
Great price for super product.
#29
New Born
Stervo, that an old Morris Day photo, must be at least 25 years...:w00t:


Haha you know it, "what timeeeee is it?!". :thumbsup:
#30
I'm undecided whether to purchase one of these or not after reading all the mixed reviews. I only wanted one to stop my child sleepwalking in the middle of the night which he always does if the light's been turned off!
#31
Thanks Stervo for this deal! It has been featured on the Hotukdeals blog, Playpennies

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