Izebellas new night light comes all the way from France from the French company Pabobo.
Pabobo lights come in several shapes and designs and all designed with children in mind. Both for aiding peaceful sleep and for a little bit of comfort and security should they wake during the night.
Although Pabobo is in France, the lights can be found in many stores and online throughout the UK. To find your nearest Pabobo retailer click here
Izebella was sent the the Musical Star Projector
It features a very simple star design. It’s very easy to switch on and off by way of a button press and it does not require a plug nor any dangerous wires. It takes 3 AA batteries which do not come with the light.
The projector only really works to it’s fullest in a totally dark room. When the button is pressed, a starry display will be projected onto the ceiling. The light will change colour randomly and by pressing the button again, it can be kept on one colour. A long button press will turn the light off. The light sequence will automatically shut off after 45 minutes.
A second button can be pressed to activate the musical lullabies which will play alongside the lights.
The light can be used from birth onwards. It can be places anywhere in a baby’s room and left on to help baby sleep. As there are no wires to worry about I simply place it in Izebellas cot and she manages to turn it off and on as she wishes until she falls asleep.
She loves her new light and cannot yet understand why the lights don’t come on in the morning.
The Musical Star Projector can be found in Tesco stores and many other online stores and shops for approximately £25.00. Personally I think it is slightly expensive for a light which is battery operated but it seems to get Izebella snoozing within minutes.
Here are a few pictures taken of the light in action.