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Solar System Light ALDI £19.99

£19.99 @ ALDI
Bought one for my son looks great. Bring outer space into your kid's room. Includes Booklet about the solar system Easily mounted to ceiling Remote control operated 17 x 8.5 x 8.5cm Product …
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Bought one for my son looks great.

Bring outer space into your kid's room.

Includes Booklet about the solar system
Easily mounted to ceiling
Remote control operated
17 x 8.5 x 8.5cm
Product reference: 57963

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3 Likes #1
My son would have loved this a few years ago (he is 13 now). Heated added 8)
#2
seen this in my friends sons room it looks quite good thx
1 Like #3
No Pluto. :(
#4
If this is the Milton make it eats batteries faster than i eat burgers!
#5
Darren1990
No Pluto. :(
Pluto is no longer classed as a planet? Or not even there?!
#6
heat :3
#7
What does it do? Is it powered by the mains?
#8
Wish I had a house big enough for a scale model!
2 Likes #9
Pluto is classed as a dwarf planet now. Probably a good thing seeing as its elliptical orbit would have been difficult to recreate in such a fixture!
#10
chucknaldo
Darren1990
No Pluto. :(
Pluto is no longer classed as a planet? Or not even there?!

Since 2006 Pluto is no longer called a planet. It is now classed as a "Dwarf Planet", and just one of several big icy masses in the Kuiper Belt.
#11
£20 for some balls stuck to the end of sticks. Looks like cheap rubbish to me but it will appeal to someone especially when they end up in the reduced basket
2 Likes #12
Cold - RRP is £19.99
Same as Smyth toys one (http://www.smythstoys.com/uk/en-gb/toys/arts-creativity-music/c-551/globes/p-2510/rc-illuminated-solar-system/) bought 2 years ago for £8 on offer.

Fitting requires 2 sizable holes drilling into a ceiling.
Very weak light.
Is very flimsy, thin wires, hollow thin plastic and paper discs.
Remote has to be within 4 foot to work.
#13
jase99
£20 for some balls stuck to the end of sticks. Looks like cheap rubbish to me but it will appeal to someone especially when they end up in the reduced basket

let's focus on the negatives shall we!
#14
Better than just a disney light are some other rubbish at least its educational. heat from me unfortunately I have a hanging light this looks like its flush to the ceiling :(
#15
is it this one?

http://d26kxapmp05apn.cloudfront.net/cms_media/images/600x1000_fitbox-solar_system_c.jpg
#16
Looks great!
#17
haritori
is it this one?

http://d26kxapmp05apn.cloudfront.net/cms_media/images/600x1000_fitbox-solar_system_c.jpg

it looks very similar with the same pictures but with a slightly different box so I guess it is the same
#18
Got one of these in my 2 year old son's room and he loves it. The light is quite weak, but we use it as an alternative to a night light, so it's perfect for him. Also it's fairly noisy, but again that white noise effect helps him off to sleep. So one man's trash and all that.

The Sun takes 3 AA batteries which last about a month with daily use, so might be an idea to invest in rechargeables. It comes off the ceiling fixture easily so changing them is no bother.

Edited By: BigOrkWaaagh on Dec 15, 2014 18:36
#19
jase99
£20 for some balls stuck to the end of sticks. Looks like cheap rubbish to me but it will appeal to someone especially when they end up in the reduced basket

Bah humbug, miserable git!
#20
We got this for our baby for a space themed room, he loves it.
#21
My son likes it we got one 6 months ago, easy to fit.
1 Like #22
They should redesign this to just replace the light fixing, no battery issues then and would become the main light in a room.
#23
Would this be ok for a 40 year old :D
#24
Jimmyboy
They should redesign this to just replace the light fixing, no battery issues then and would become the main light in a room.

Yes, it's a shame it's battery powered :(
#25
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qyestionmark
chucknaldo
Darren1990
No Pluto. :(
Pluto is no longer classed as a planet? Or not even there?!

Since 2006 Pluto is no longer called a planet. It is now classed as a "Dwarf Planet", and just one of several big icy masses in the Kuiper Belt.


Patrick Moore is alive and on hukd!!!
#26
I want it for my room :)
#27
hifihero
Would this be ok for a 40 year old :D

I think you mean a 40 year old Virgin, and the answer would therefore be yes...

Edited By: lukeyboi89 on Dec 16, 2014 01:18
#28
chucknaldo
Darren1990
No Pluto. :(
Pluto is no longer classed as a planet? Or not even there?!


pluto has been re classed as a planet
#29
Phillthy
Pluto is classed as a dwarf planet now. Probably a good thing seeing as its elliptical orbit would have been difficult to recreate in such a fixture!

Not to mention it would need to be a few miles away if the scale was correct, seeing as the gas giants are so close to the inner planets I can see it's not.

Edited By: Matt645 on Dec 17, 2014 14:36
#30
Still have these in Hull for £9.99. Bought one today, will work great as a nightlight.
#31
got one from Aldi for £20, my 4 year old boy LOVES it, nice for night time definitely, now you can find it at John Lewis for the same price. Happy Christmas!

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