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A good nightlight is a must when you're a kid, but there are also options for adults — and one in particular is a far cry from the basic nightlight you enjoyed as a child.
It's called the BlissLights Sky Lite 2.0, and it can instantly give your bedroom, living room or pretty much any other space a view of a stunning night sky with the touch of a button. And right now, this nightlight and projector is $20 off at Amazon.
There's so much to love about this lamp. The Sky Lite 2.0 offers up a range of moving stars against nebula clouds for a gorgeous light show you can kick back and relax under. Use the projector to create a wind-down mood in your bedroom, cool dining atmosphere or home theater enhancement on movie night.
Set-up is super easy: Just plug it in and enjoy. You can also sync the Sky Lite 2.0 to Bluetooth and an app on your phone, so you can control all the action from your couch.
Flip through a slew of light effects, adjust the motion and even rotate the stars, all from your phone. The whole thing is USB-powered, so you can even take it on the go.
This projector-slash-night light has an army of devoted fans at Amazon.
"This has to be one of the coolest purchases I have made," a five-star reviewer said. "Once you download the app to your phone and link it, there are tons of options, and you can even customize what is displayed. ...The brightness and realistic look of the nebula is very cool."
A fellow fan raved about falling asleep to the Sky Lite 2.0. "Probably the coolest nightlight any kid could ask for, but as an adult I adore falling asleep to this every night," they said. "It’s one of those multi-purpose staples you don’t 'need' but deserve."
Don't miss your chance to have your very own light show every night at a hefty discount.
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