Every week at church, when the children get together for “sharing time”, one child is spotlighted. They get to bring in three items from home that they love, or that describe them. Consistently, every single child has included a sort of ‘lovie’ or blankie or stuffed animal that helps them go to sleep. I love seeing what these children hold dear and bring them comfort at night! When my boy gets a chance to be spotlighted, I’m sure he is going to bring his new “Froggy Nightlight” to show-and-tell! He LOVES that little guy!
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Today, I’m excited to show you these precious nightlights. Now, we’ve tried traditional nightlights that plug into the wall, but they quickly get pulled out and tossed. We’ve tried battery-operated lights, but I can’t keep up with the cost of replacement batteries, so rechargeable and portable is what we love around here. We reviewed a portable nightlight in the past, but every little thing that has started to really bug me about it recently is resolved in this design by Crane.
First of all, my number one favorite feature is that this is rechargeable (no batteries!!!), but it doesn’t have a charger or a base it needs rest on while charging. You just plug the belly part into the wall, which makes it a traditional nightlight if you prefer. There aren’t cords to get tangled or messy, and you don’t need to find a designated place to store a base, because there isn’t one.
A single charge lasts up to 8 hours! You don’t have to worry about finding it among the sheets and turning it off in the morning because it automatically turns on in the dark and off in the light. The previous nightlight we owned required so much more maintenance.
Another cool feature on this light is that you can change the setting to white light, off, or transitioning colors that rotate between red, blue, and green. The first night we used this, my boys kept pulling the glowing belly out, but I’ve learned that pushing it in a little further keeps it snug. Little fingers aren’t able to pry it out, but I only need to press behind the frog and pop out the light to remove it.
These nightlights are available for $16.99 as a frog, a duck, or a hippo. Darling!
One winner can choose any animal night light of their choice!
*This giveaway is open to US entries only
*The winner of this giveaway will be drawn no later than the evening of Mar 14th and will be emailed. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be drawn.
*The product(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own are not influenced by monetary compensation.