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Toadstool Childrens LED Night Light £4.95 at Amazon
Toadstool Childrens LED Night Light £4.95 at Amazon

Toadstool Childrens LED Night Light £4.95 at Amazon

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Toadstool Childrens Night Light £4.95 at Amazon

* Cute little toadstool night light perfect for the childrens bedroom
* this light runs LED lights so uses lower energy and is flicked on and off via switch in base.
* Without wires as it runs off batteries it can be positioned anywhere.
* In plastic, runs off 3 LR44 batteries which are included (watch battery shape). H9cm x W8cm
* Not suitable for children under 3 years

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poor reviews

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custardy

poor reviews



lots of good ones too - these are the first two reviews on Amazon

Bought this for our three year old. It is smaller than I had thought when purchasing but still really love it and so does our little boy. It's easy for him to switch on if he wants to and the level of light is just about right for a night light. Glad I bought it.

and

Very cute night light and our 4 yr old loves it. Not sure why other reviewers think it won't light a room, we put something in front of it when the batteries are new as it is so bright it keeps our daughter awake. I guess it depends on whether you want to see everything in the room or just have a comforting glow - the latter is plenty. Just wish it could be plugged into the mains electricity instead of batteries. It takes 3 button batteries and ours last about a month if I turn it off when I go to bed.

lucerysmum

lots of good ones too - these are the first two reviews on AmazonBought … lots of good ones too - these are the first two reviews on AmazonBought this for our three year old. It is smaller than I had thought when purchasing but still really love it and so does our little boy. It's easy for him to switch on if he wants to and the level of light is just about right for a night light. Glad I bought it. andVery cute night light and our 4 yr old loves it. Not sure why other reviewers think it won't light a room, we put something in front of it when the batteries are new as it is so bright it keeps our daughter awake. I guess it depends on whether you want to see everything in the room or just have a comforting glow - the latter is plenty. Just wish it could be plugged into the mains electricity instead of batteries. It takes 3 button batteries and ours last about a month if I turn it off when I go to bed.



"lots"?

2 5 *
4 3*
3 2*
3 1*


Edited by: "custardy" 6th Mar 2011

LR44 batteries are a pain, if it uses a set of three per month as suggested by a reviewer then for most people it will become landfill pretty quick.
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