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Integral LED Plug In Nightlight £3.98 + free collection @ Toolstation

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Don't let a fear of the dark stop your child from falling asleep – use this handy LED nightlight to allay their worries. All you have to do is plug it into a socket and the light will automatically switch on at dusk and switch off at dawn. As the LED stays cool to touch, there's no risk of little fingers getting burned if they accidentally touch the light. A product like this is also great for illuminating hallways and landings. Its stylish, modern design fits perfectly into any home, while its low profile makes it unobtrusive.

The high-quality LED offers a long working life, so you don't need to be constantly changing light bulbs. Its light-emitting diode technology is very energy efficient so you can save on your power consumption. And if you're environmentally conscious, you'll be pleased to know this product contains no harmful substances.

• Dusk to dawn auto sensor

• Ideal for hallways, landings or bedrooms

• Low cost to run

• Comes with UK 3-pin plug

• Cool white light
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    Anything similar with PIR sensor please?
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    Why is there a perspex square on it?
    Acts as a light diffuser.
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    Would be OK if had a pir sensor in it
    That's not going to help a child who doesn't like the dark: theyll have to keep getting up to trigger it.
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    For the techies they use 0.6w @ 20mA
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    Have these on the landing. PIR is no good as the kids wouldn't make it from their bedrooms in the dark.
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    Now of a certain age we find these useful for nocturnal trips to the loo without being woken up by a bright light. We've had ours for many years
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    Thanks. Ordered one for the landing in the hope it stops the kids turning all the lights on.
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    Looks OK, but it's not on offer.
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    I have one of these in the hallway. I’ve been using it for about six years without a problem. It has little impact on electricity usage, and so see no need for a PIR version.
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    Brilliant just ordered.