Musical Night Lights

For this new section of the topic “You tested”, we will address the theme of the night light/musical lights. Each has highlighted the strengths and weaknesses of the models tested.

Musical Night Lights

Small survey did yesterday on my Facebook page:
A night light/music light is useful? Opinions are divided: 50-50!

Leave room to our testeuses moms…
Kyplie has tested the PABOBO Lumilove Barbapapa of (€29,90):

What she likes:

-Its design

-Easy operation

-Portable

-Solid

She likes less:

-The price

-Handling difficult when baby is too small

-Autonomy of one night

I had the same version of Penguin, but she is broke down at the end of a few weeks… then for my part I am pretty disappointed…

Bonnie and Mathilde B. tested the night-light SPÖKA of IKEA (€12 95):

What they like:

-Several shapes and colours available

-The light changes color (and we can block on a color)

-Works on battery or AC

-The price

-Nomad

-Does not heat

What they like less:

-Luminosity (maybe too vivid for some children)

-The change of color can scare the child

-Long charge time

-Autonomy of 5 hours

The pilot light of Mathilde B. broke down after 8 months… maybe the double effect kiss cool IKEA…

Mathilde B. has tested the automatic night light Led Turquoise BABYMOOV (€14,55) Anis:

What she likes:

-Perfect lighting (too much or not enough)

-Does not heat

-Its design

-The price

She likes less:

-The sensor is not sensitive (even when it’s daylight, she stays on, so turn it off)

Very good quality/price ratio

Vanille13 has tested the pilot light sweet night of VTECH (€29,90):

What she likes:

-Fires to baby’s crying

-Pretty animations (on the pilot light and ceiling)

-Sounds of nature

-The remote control supplied

She likes less:

-Very greedy in batteries

-Noisy mechanism

-Minimum is loud

I really like the design of this night light!

Vanille13 has tested the surprise Cascade of FISHER PRICE (€49.99) pilot:

What she likes:

-Nice waterfall effect

-The batteries last long

-Sounds of nature

-Beautiful effects of light

She likes less:

-No automatic trigger to baby’s crying

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Dysene and Caguine have tested the night-light enchanted star of TOMY (€18):

What they like:

-Portable

-Option time (5 min / 10 min for the music and the projection on the ceiling)

-The price

-Music and soothing images

-3 different melodies

-Attached to the rear to be set anywhere

-Gourmet batteries not

What they like less:

-Sound and simultaneous image (we can’t choose where one or the other)

I also have this night light and I am not disappointed. I recommend it for its excellent value for money

Mathilde B., Marina and Mariemae tested the portable Nightlight PABOBO (€30):

What they like:

-Small, would well in hand

-Nomad

-Pretty and colorful

-Long battery life

-Automatic, it turns off the day

What they like less:

-Difficult to separate the 2 parts to charge

-Low light

-The price

-Do not forget to recharge during the day

She looks good practice this small portable night light!

Mariemae has tested the night-light multi-projections FISHER PRICE (€15):

What she likes:

-The illuminations are adapted to the age of the child

-3 hide-and-seek games included

-the projection turns to the wall or ceiling

-Sounds and adjustable length

-Different sounds on offer

-Gourmet batteries not

She likes less:

-The angle of projection is not big enough

Many qualities for this pretty light but it must be quite old because I have not found has buy “new”.

Mariemae has tested the programmable night-light of TEFAL (€37):

What she likes:

-Portable

-Soft light

-It can cling to bed

She likes less:

-Its not adjustable

-Fires when baby cries (what scares her daughter)

I find it simplistic enough for its price…

Galie11 has tested the night-light Sophie the giraffe of Vulli (€53):

What she likes:

-Adjustable volume

-Choice light or music or both

-Sounds of nature

-Customizable (with MP3 sounds)

-Several melodies

-Robust

-Light load

She likes less:

-Nothing!

I love the design of this night light!

 

 

Alyssaenzo23 has tested the night light HELLO KITTY from TOYS HEART US (€9,90):

What she likes:

-Its pretty colors

She likes less:

-Very greedy in batteries (to change every week…)

 

Finally bought for its low cost, budget batteries is fancy… pity

 

 

Snoops has tested the indicator light green nomadic awakening of KIDSLEEP (€29,90):

What she likes:

-Help the child to situate themselves in time

-Easy to understand for the child

She likes less:

-Low light

-Difficult to set the time

 

Ideal for big kids (I remember the idea for my son)

 

 

Marina has tested the round pilot light led TIGEX (€11.95)

What she likes:

-Low intensity light

-Low power consumption

She likes less:

-Nothing

Very classic night light that exists in blue too

 

MOM Poussinou has tested the pilot light beautiful dreams (€41.90):

What she likes:

-Automatic fire if baby is crying

-Possibility to listen to music, rhymes or stories

-Nice projection on the ceiling

-Key USB to download other music

-Possibility to record a voice message

She likes less:

-The price

-Gourmet in batteries

-Quite noisy mechanism

-Attach to bed not very effective system

A lot of defects for a pretty high price

So what do you think? For my part I hold the KIDSLEEP for my kitties who are starting to be big.