2 x PLUG IN AUTOMATIC BABY SAFETY NIGHT LIGHT LOW ENERGY £3.25 @ R & S Supplies Ltd / Amazon Free Postage
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2 x PLUG IN AUTOMATIC BABY SAFETY NIGHT LIGHT LOW ENERGY £3.25 @ R & S Supplies Ltd / Amazon Free Postage

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Found 15th Dec 2014Made hot 15th Dec 2014
2 Night lights for baby or security - £3.25 free postage
AMAZON

BRAND NEW VERSION
LOW ENERGY
LONGER LASTING
Plug in night light with a built in light sensor that turn the night light on at dusk and off at dawn.Fits into any standard UK plug socket.
Fitted with a 1 amp fuse for extra protection.

Free Postage

33 Comments

Thanks for this. Good to know you can get spare bulbs. Difficult to find on the high street.

Thanks for posting. Will come in useful.

there rubbish

Banned

Thanks OP!

My Grandson was born last Fri,ideal gift for his parents Heat added X)

Original Poster

rudimcd63

My Grandson was born last Fri,ideal gift for his parents Heat added X)



Congratulations on your Grandson, What a fabulous time of year to have a Birthday xx

Thanks

Not useful in winter as its always dark even in the morning :(.

Due in June; sure these will come in handy

Sorry cold. These are a pound each in poundland

These are great, we got some a few months back for our three year old. they kick out a lot of light. We have one in her room and one in the hall, brilliant stuff.

And contrary to the previous poster's opinion, they are vastly better than the poundland version... and i say that as a massive poundland fan!

moggith

Sorry cold. These are a pound each in poundland



Yeah I'm sure they are cheaper at Home Bargains

not that safe if it catches fire

Has anyone come across the Gro 2in1 Night Lights at a decent price whilst night light hunting?? Desperately need one but not willing to pay £17!!

Pound land stock!

grfan

there rubbish



are there really?

These are nasty, bought this a few months ago, and it melted the plastic round the bulb one night, lucky it didn't start a fire.
LED plug-in night lights from now on, cheaper and safety than these ones by far...

Sharpharp

These are nasty, bought this a few months ago, and it melted the plastic … These are nasty, bought this a few months ago, and it melted the plastic round the bulb one night, lucky it didn't start a fire.LED plug-in night lights from now on, cheaper and safety than these ones by far...



Posted in the hope of a flamedeer?

Look identical to the ones in PoundLand.

Got 2. Not very smart in terms of when they come on/turn off. But OK for £1

grfan

there rubbish


Where?

I've tried these in the past and to be honest they are not the best. They seemed to get very hot and the bulbs blew a number of times. Replaced the bulbs a few time before buying these argos.co.uk/sta…htm
I would go for LED type ones as they will probably work out cheaper in the long run
Edited by: "nellydoodoo" 15th Dec 2014

grfan

there rubbish



So is your knowledge of basic English.(_;)

Not sure how this technically keeps a baby safe. Amend op.

Original Poster

otterboxer

Not sure how this technically keeps a baby safe. Amend op.



No neither am I.
I just copied the text from the Amazon sellers listing.

Why not buy the Ikea night light ikea.com/gb/…68/

Only £3 for Ikea Family members (membership is free). Also available in 3 colours orange, pink and white

I know it is twice as expensive, but the quality of the stuff is so good and it won't catch fire.........
Edited by: "autocrazy" 16th Dec 2014

Thanks OP!....

They are also available in the 99p shop !

These incandescent bulb lights can get very warm and in my experience have a low bulb life.

I second the Ikea night lights. I have one in my hallway because I go to work at stupid O'clock and don't want to wake the little ones up by turning on the main lights.

I also have a Euro adapter for my shaver socket in the bathroom to let me plug another light in.

got these a while back, not too bad

These are £1 at Poundland

got these and the led ones ages ago from pondland, both were good value, these were a little brighter and a nicer glow than the led ones.

The ones I received are not 'low energy' LED (as Q/As in reviews suggest - they're old school 7w max incandescent, that most certainly you'd be able to pick up at Poundland. Misleading, as description suggests they're LED

Back they go
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