Review: Lindam “Light My Way” Night Light Owl


If you read my blog regularly then you will know that Busby’s nursery is woodland themed (or at least on its way to becoming woodland themed), so the Lindam “Light My Way” Night Light Owl fits in perfectly! 


The Lindam “Light My Way” Night Light Owl comes with three AAA batteries

The night light retails at £9.99 RRP, which a great price for such a handy item, and it’s suitable for use from birth. 

As you can see from the photos, it’s a very cute design; owls are so on trend at the moment, and this one has an especially friendly face! Busby loves owls (because she’s a trendy baby, obviously), so when I introduced her to the night light she instantly smiled at it.

1363388649860The night light is cordless and made of sturdy plastic, so would survive being dropped. It has a very handy easy-to-grip handle on the top so children can carry it around; I think this is a fabulous idea! The light is bright, but not so bright that it will hinder sleep; it’s comforting – I even found myself soothed by it. The night light also turns off after 20 minutes, which is useful to conserve battery power. You can purchase and find further details about the night light here.

1363388616042I do wish it would glow for slightly longer than 20 minutes, as it can sometimes take Busby a bit longer to get to sleep, and a sudden change in light is enough to wake her up if she’s fussing. Other than this, I think the Lindam “Light My Way” Night Light Owl is a great product, and would recommend it to anyone looking for a night light that’s a little bit different. I look forward to it becoming part of Busby’s woodland world. 

*I was sent the Lindam “Light My Way” Night Light Owl free of charge for the purpose of this review. All views expressed in this post are my own.*

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