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Rainbow In Your Room £16.99 @ Play

Lady Shanna Avatar
7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Although there's no pot of gold at the end of the 'rainbow', this is still quite a good gadget; a good stocking filler maybe! The room does have to be rather dark for it to work, but still a cool effect!

RRP £29.99 down to £17.99 on Play.com

Features auto shut-off.
Instruction sheet contains rainbow facts
Requires 4 x AAA batteries (not included)
Suitable for ages 5 and above

MOD Edit (andywedge) now £16.99
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#2
I was just looking at this. The box seems to show a rainbow 'leaping' ot of the device, but it actually projects on to the walls.
#3
I am kinda tempted to buy this, but like many other xmas pressies, will it end up under his bed! loll
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banned#5
i would highly recommend this i got 2 last year one for my kids and one for my neice, and they are great , great for a night light and they dont stay on all night they have a 30 min timer which is good as it saves the batteries.
#6
I once witnessed this after eating a mushroom pizza
#7
Purchased this from Argos last xmas. Awful toy. Very disappointing.

Think I paid about £9.99 then but took it back next day. Maybe worth a couple of quid!

The illustration does not represent the reality.

I'd recommend you have a look at one before buying,however I'd say don't bother buying!
[mod]#8
Now £16.99
#9
I once witnessed this after eating a mushroom pizza


lol
Yes, indeed me too during a trip to Amsterdam. It was quite plesent...
#10
thanks, perfect birthday gift for my daughter.
#11
Think this would be a good gift for someone who is hard to buy for :thumbsup:
#12
i bought this for my son last xmas from argos. the picture the company use is very deceiving,but he absolutely loves it..
#13
some geeky stuff about it here but also some nice pictures

http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fourteen/rainbow9.htm
#14
Captain Hook;6384082
some geeky stuff about it here but also some nice pictures

http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fourteen/rainbow9.htm

Wow! Talkabout indepth info! Although I do think that the spectrographic analysis of the phosphor purple graph is a little misleading... I'm sure the intensity reading of the 615nm wavelength should be nearer 3000, does anyone else concur? !!!!!!!!!!
#15
^ that guy needs to get out more!
#16
cathjaneg2000
Wow! Talkabout indepth info! Although I do think that the spectrographic analysis of the phosphor purple graph is a little misleading... I'm sure the intensity reading of the 615nm wavelength should be nearer 3000, does anyone else concur? !!!!!!!!!!



Too early for conkers.
#17
splatsplatsplat
Too early for conkers.


I like. :thumbsup:
#18
just taking the tongue out of my cheek now....
suspended#19
[QUOTE=Dom10]I once witnessed this after eating a mushroom pizza


lol
Yes, indeed me too during a trip to Amsterdam. It was quite plesent...[/QUOT

Me too, pesky mushroom pizza's :thumbsup:
#20
these any good?
#21
:viking::viking::viking::viking:
munnski
Think this would be a good gift for someone who is hard to buy for :thumbsup:


im hard to buy for but no thanks dont want one of these either
#22
Nice.. not planning on buying a rainbow one, though the Moon underneath looks fantastic, so ordered one of them instead! Thanks for the heads-up... had no idea these even existed!
#23
joshyblind
these any good?


Ithink you should go for the meat feast myself....the mushroom one's tend to be a wee bit over powering :whistling:

On a more serious note (sorry) just got mine today andit does what it says.....projects a rainbow onto the walls/ceiling very nice night lite BUT beware if for small children because the lights in the projection unit are VERY BRIGHT.

My 5 year old LOVES it!

Worth £17.............only if the enjoyment lasts more than a week (I am sure it will)
#24
This product is really lovely and recommended to all :thumbsup:

I bought my niece one of these rainbows for Xmas last year from Argos. (she was 3 1/2 years old then) She loves having her own rainbow in her bedroom!

It does take the batteries a bit....although she does have it on every night...helps her drift off to sleep fine no problems.....batteries are cheap from Poundland and you get lots in a pack.

100% Happy with purchase....:-D
#25
I thought this product was a bit dissapointing and yes it does spend it's life under the bed.Have threatened that it will go on fleabay if it doesn't get used soon !!
#26
southpaw69
Purchased this from Argos last xmas. Awful toy. Very disappointing.

Think I paid about £9.99 then but took it back next day. Maybe worth a couple of quid!

The illustration does not represent the reality.

I'd recommend you have a look at one before buying,however I'd say don't bother buying!


:-( Thats such a shame - was thinkng of buying one for my 3 year old. Maybe i wont now!
#27
far-queue
Ithink you should go for the meat feast myself....the mushroom one's tend to be a wee bit over powering :whistling:


Do you have the link for the mushroom version?. Thanks!.
#28
these are good for young children.

my 2 year old loves the rainbow as a night light.

the moon in my room is great as it is remote control activated so again makes a good night light.
#29
Disappointingly, I thought this deal was going to involve Zippy, Bungle and George entertaining me in my room on demand.

http://www.urban75.net/ubb/frown.gif
#30
this looks good, especially as we're going into the grey months now!
#31
Captain Hook
some geeky stuff about it here but also some nice pictures
http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fourteen/rainbow9.htm


I need someone to sing me to sleep at night now. I can't stop worrying about the guy who made that site. He's out there somewhere... with his spectrograph... analyzing stuff...
#32
Pretty =)
#33
I bought one of these for my 4yr old son last xmas and he loved it - my 7 yr old daughter kept 'borrowing; it so we ended up buying one for her too - we paid £9.99 from argos - at £16.99 I may not have bought it however having owned 2, I would say yes it probably is worth it.
#34
Think this is one of those things which is used once then put away for a long long time...

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