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bright nightlight needed but not too bright!

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moleskin Tue 23-Oct-12 20:29:19

I need to find a light to go in dds room that can be left on all night as she's scared of the dark. Normal nightlights aren't bright enough but lamps obviously get too hot and are too bright. Does anyone have any good suggestions please?

suburbandream Tue 23-Oct-12 20:40:15

I have these for DS2 from Robert Dyas. They give off an orangey light and because they plug in, they are quite low down so not too bright. You might be able to manage with only one but they come in a pack of two. Good for taking on holiday etc too as v.small and convenient smile

moleskin Tue 23-Oct-12 20:44:21

Ah thank you! Are they bright enough to see the room in? As she needs to be able to see but obv not as glaring as a full on bulb. Two of them may do the trick though although would have to rearrange room slightly to uncover a plug I feel!

JsOtherHalf Tue 23-Oct-12 21:00:48

We use ikea skina lights for ds. Ikea don't sell them any more, but ebay have them

ThoughtBen10WasBadPokemonOMG Tue 23-Oct-12 21:02:18

We have this one. we leave it on all night and it is fine.

moleskin Tue 23-Oct-12 21:12:54

Ah fab thanks guys. We do actually have an Ikea wall mounted bug shaped light and I wondered if it would be ok will try it and we have some fairy lights so maybe them two in the room and the plug ins for the landing. Thank you!!! Nowehere else in the world you can ask such random questions that really are important!

emmetbrown Tue 23-Oct-12 21:42:58

We have a gro clock. It's a blue light & you can adjust the brightness to suit.
From the gro company.

PolterGoose Tue 23-Oct-12 21:47:08

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moleskin Wed 24-Oct-12 06:40:06

Thank you will check them out as well much appreciated

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