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Worlds Apart Peppa Pig Go Glow Light
Member Name: mumto3
Worlds Apart Peppa Pig Go Glow Light
Date: 13/10/12, updated on 13/10/12 (123 review reads)
Advantages: portable - quick and easy to charge - sturdy - long lasting - versitile
Disadvantages: your children may grow out of the character long before they stop needing the light
A few weeks ago the nightlight in my youngest daughter's bedroom got broken, apparently no one did it it just fell apart! I thought that we might get away without a nightlight but after a couple of disturbed nights I went searching for a suitable replacement.
My daughter is two and as with most girls this age she is loopy over anything to do with Peppa Pig. I came across the Peppa Pig Go Glow light online and felt that this would be perfect. I used google to search for online stockists and found that the night light ranged from around £20 to £25 with some offers of free postage. As I couldn't be bothered to trek into town I chose a supplier I trusted and ordered the night light.
The Peppa Pig Go Glow light has a pink base and a cone shaped top part that fits into the base. There is also a charger supplied. The cone part has pictures of Peppa on it but is also pink to co-ordinate with the base. You can also get these glow lights that come with a slide show effect in the torch but this is a bit of a novelty that is soon forgotten.
To use the night light you must first charge it up using the charger and it is recommended that you do this for around eight hours. Once the light is fully charged it can be removed from the charger and placed anywhere in the room.
To use as a torch you simply remove the cone shaped piece and press a button on the side of it to switch the light on and press the button again to switch the light off. The battery will not last as long when used a torch and will have to be recharged more often.
To use as a nightlight first ensure the light is fully charged and then remove from the charger as before and then place the light onto its base and stand it wherever you need it. To switch the light on simply press the button on the side of the cone part and press again to switch off. The night light can be left on all night and will last two or three nights before it needs charging again. As the charge wears down the light will get dimmer but you can recharge before the battery is completely flat.
My son has had one of these lights for around six years and it is still in full working order so I imagine this one will last just as well and hopefully won't meet the same suspicious end as my daughters last light.
I would recommend these to anyone with young children for lots of reasons. Firstly they don't need to be left plugged in so are portable. Also the torch is not only handy for toilet trips in the dark but also for locating misplaced comforters without causing too much disturbance. My older children still use the torch to read by at night so apart from them not liking the characters anymore they last a long time.
When I bought my first one of these night lights I paid around £25 but prices vary and six years later this is still the sort of price they are selling for. As these last so well and are so versatile I think the price is justified and I wouldn't think twice to recommend them.
Summary: a great investment for a childs room
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