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Gummygoods Nightlight – Green

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Gummygoods Nightlight – Green

Product Features

  • Squeezable tummy on/off switch. One hour and infinite timers.
  • GummyGoods Nightlights are powered via (2) AA batteries (not included).
  • Wall mountable: hole in back for nail or hook.
  • Gummylamps stand 7″ tall and are 3″ wide.
  • Packaged in a window display box with original artwork and nutritional facts.

Product Description

Wireless Gummy Lights. Lights so cute youll be glad you can’t eat them. Squeezable belly on/off switch Colorful and adorable to add ambience to any decor Long-lasting, energy-saving LED bulbs One-hour and infinite timers make it a perfect nightlight Wall mountable (requires screw or nail which is not included) Portable power via two AA batteries (not included) Measures 7h x 3.5w x 3.5d Once just a candy, now a nightlight. The iconic, gummy bear candy has transformed itself into a nightlight . Standing 7 high, this adorable light looks and feels like a real gummy bear, but without the stickiness. Squeeze its belly to turn it on and the high-powered LED light inside illuminates the room with a soft glow of colorful light. Ultra portable so you can use it anywhere. Mount on the wall, sit it on a desk or lay it on a nightstand. Gummy Lights feature one-hour and infinite timers, making it a perfect nightlight for bedtime. Uses 2 AA batteries (not included). Light up the room with cuteness. Order your Wireless Gummy Lights from Brookstone, today!

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
Works well, August 6, 2012
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Ciera Jaspan (Pittsburgh, PA) - See all my reviews
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We put ours in the baby room. It works as advertised and lights the room at just the right level for me to see the baby, but not so bright that it wakes him up.

One warning: to turn it on, you don't press the belly. You have to press firmly between the legs. This has caused no end of jokes for us.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fun, Unique Night Light, January 1, 2013
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Sandra Jenkins (Murrieta, CA) - See all my reviews
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I got two of these for my boys last Christmas (2011) and they have worked perfectly ever since! I've only replaced the batteries once and they use them EVERY night. We are very pleased with the product!

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Let There Be GUMMY., October 16, 2013
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= Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
This review is from: Gummygoods Nightlight - Green (Kitchen)
It's really unfair to classify this as a "toy," because it is not one--despite how great it feels to touch and squeeze it! I'll give it 3/5 for educational value because you can use it to explore the "gummy effect" of light passing through a translucent material.

You see...
Gummy is good. Gummy is magical. Gummy is just plain cool. I have a yellow Gummy Lamp and a clear key chain flashlight; my mom's got an orange lamp and a red key chain. My purse and web-browser banner are also covered in photo-printed allover gummy bears. Next things on my list would be the gummy bear soap bar, magnet set, another key chain in green, perhaps even another lamp. The lamps are extremely useful. Not only do they come in clever packages with hilarious "nutrition fact" panels, but they glow brightly with LEDs when you squeeze them on and off (which is exactly as much fun as it sounds.) The soft, rubbery plastic is thick and durable. I use my lamp just about every day, and frequently borrow my mom's as well. They're portable, they're hangable (via the hole on the back), and they run on two AAs or USB power. I usually leave mine plugged into the computer so that it draws straight from the main electrical current and doesn't deplete the batteries until necessary. When the light becomes noticeably dimmer, you know it's time to change/charge the batteries. (My yellow lamp does have this weird thing where, even when plugged in, it'll go dim unless you wiggle the cord around and push on the plug 'til you get it bright again. Once you do that, try not to touch it or it might re-dim, heheh.)

The timer on the bottom can be switched on if you want the light to turn itself off after 20 minutes. (That would make it useful as a nightlight. It's also great for working by if you don't require the full, flooding brightness of a conventional lamp.) Best of all, these are as attractive as lamps come. 😉 My color options were red, orange, yellow, and green. I understand that blue, purple, and pink have also been made. (Can't decide which of those I like most...probably the purple, since I've got blue earrings, and pink in the necklace--no purple yet. So yep, definitely gonna snag me the purple!)
I adore all the colors, and chose yellow because when lit, it is almost like having two colors in one--there's definitely a hint of green-yellow/chartreuse/citron glow to it. (And anybody who knows me is aware that that is pretty much my signature color now. They also know that I'm a color nut with a room that's like a rainbow/spectrum explosion, from black to white.) The yellow lamp -is- brighter than the orange, and I imagine it likely provides the most light of all*--but I'm also sure that they are all bright enough for most anything you would be doing by gummy-light. Go, go, Gummy Lamp!!

*Our orange bear needs to be held at a certain angle and squeezed with both hands at just the right point for the on-and-off squeezes to work. My yellow one is far less picky and will easily go on or off single-handedly every time. This is surely the result of a less effective interior switch positioning in that particular orange lamp, however. The yellow one manages to give off what is essentially regular, white light. The orange--and, I have to assume all of the others--emit such filtered light that it changes the colors of things within its range. Not a problem at all; just something to note.

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