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Nightguard Light - Pink - £5 instore only @ Homebase
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Nightguard Light - Pink - £5 instore only @ Homebase

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Posted 17th Dec 2017

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These nightlights are great, I bought one yesterday and they are much better than normal ones, they are a handy torch too. Nice and bright but not a glare it is a muted light and comes in 3 different colours
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Seems like a good find. £19.99 on amazon currently. Don't need one but have some heat for a good price.
OP. Any idea how often it needs to be recharged?
somaKing30 m ago

OP. Any idea how often it needs to be recharged?


Just stays switched on like a normal night light to keep charged. If not charged the torch is powered for 1 1/2 hours and the nightlight 2 hours but the nightlight is not permanently on it is motion activated and stays on for 25 seconds. So would stay charged for a while if that makes sense, only used it last night and was fine
Ughh.... pink!

Heat added though
What would you use one of these for?
All these things I never knew I needed
Bought one of these last your they're quite good
CKEBROWN22121 h, 9 m ago

Ughh.... pink!Heat added though


They also have this in white
Also I am sure you can get them onlin
Good deal. Bought these for the kiddos at full price and they love them.
I bought a few of these to put around the house (regular light versions, not the pink ones) they all packed up after about a year so don't expect it to last very long. Good while they lasted though.
Do these plug into the wall or just work on batteries?
mooch30 m ago

Do these plug into the wall or just work on batteries?


Plug into wall and it acts as the charger, think of it as a cordless phone, you can take it round with you then put it back on to charge.
BOBState17th Dec 2017

I bought a few of these to put around the house (regular light versions, …I bought a few of these to put around the house (regular light versions, not the pink ones) they all packed up after about a year so don't expect it to last very long. Good while they lasted though.


Guess what it’s been about a year and they have packed up - common problem with the resisters
Fairly easy to repair, I've just done one. The R4 resistor failure is just the fall guy for the electrolytic capacitor & MJ13001 transistor failing & drawing enough current to cook poor little R4. You'll need circuit board repair skills, a 470uF 400v electrolytic cap, a MJ13001 transistor & R4 is a 2K4 resistor. Parts cost of about £2. The design of the circuit isn't great & adding a diode from mj13001 collector to emitter helps protect it from voltage spikes from the inductive charging coil, when the unit is turned on/off or removed from the cradle.
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