Projectables night light Review & Giveaway (8 winners)
I had planned to put this post up yesterday. Dealing with the aftermath of the Joplin, MO tornado where friends & family are located, I just couldn’t put up a post when it seemed so shocking to imagine the losses they have suffered. I spent the day holding my babies tightly and preparing for the possibility we will be receiving bad weather tonight. Complete devastation has a way of reminding us how important those little things are. On that note, bedtime is such an important part of our day. We spend most of the day running around playing that at the end of the day those bedtime rituals are treasured. My youngest, Elliott, is adorable when he says “night night” to everything from his brothers to the artwork. I love finding new things to incorporate into bedtime like Projectables Night Lights that leave me feeling like I have offered my kids something to make bedtime that much more peaceful &/or entertaining.
Transform your room with the Projectables™ LED Projection Night Light. The small round globe uses LEDs to project an underwater image on the wall or ceiling. The projection night light makes it easy to see in the dark while enjoying a projected image on the ceiling. A bright glow illuminates the globe, perfect for guiding you through the night. The Projection Nigh Light is great for a child’s room. Jasco Night Lights for every solution. **This is not a GE branded item.
- Projects a 3 ft (approx) image on 8 ft to 12 ft ceiling
- Long-life LED—no bulbs to replace
- Light Sensing – on at dusk, off at dawn
- Cool to the touch
To learn more about Projectables or other Jasco products visit here
Projectables is like a wonderful, removable mural for the rooms that can be relocated &/or repositioned as needed. It blends into the ceiling naturally with the right about of brightness without being too over-stimulating or going unnoticed. I love that it is light sensing, so there is no need to add an extra step to bedtime. It is ready and waiting with the flick of the light switch. Elliott immediately waves “night night” to the nightlight before laying his head down on my shoulder. When I lay him down, he continues to point to the planets that he views from his bed. Elliott’s bedroom has minimal lighting most of the day with light-blocking curtains, so the night light is visible most of the day, so whether bedtime or naptime it is enjoyed!
~Thanks to Jasco, 8 lucky readers will be receiving their own Projectable Night Light~
Tell me which night light you would pick?
Please note: I have a select number of Princess, Dora, and SpongeBob Square Pants night lights, so I will randomly choose winners based on your preference.
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Light up your child’s life with Projectable night light #giveaway (8 winners) from @hippie_mom http://ow.ly/51son
Please note: Open to us only. All entries must be received by June 21, 2011 at 11:59 pm. Please leave a separate comment for each entry. I received product for review purposes. However, as always I gave my honest opinion for the review.