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Our pick of the best nightlights around

A nightlight is a great option to give your baby a little comforting light during the night, we roundup some of the best around

The top nightlights on the market

We take a look at some of the best nightlights in the shops

Using a nightlight in a baby’s or toddler’s room can be useful for a number of reasons. A nightlight is designed to illuminate a room with a soft glow that’s not so bright that it prevents sleep. It can be used for new mothers to check on their sleeping child, for nappy changing and night feeds, or to reassure older children in the dark.

We take a look at some of the best nightlights around now.

Infantino take a long light

Infantino
Take along lullaby light
RRP: £14.99

  • This night light provided with a sensor of light, ignites as soon as the room darkens
  • The calming light and sound continue for ten minutes and gradually fade as your child falls asleep
  • This product comes with a USB rechargeable battery which lasts up to 48 hours of use
  • Small and easy for little ones to hold on to for comfort

We love the unique and modern look and that the interactive balls still glow when removed from the stand.

Gro light

The Gro Company
Gro-Light nightlight
RRP: £19.99

  • The Gro-Light can replace your regular overhead light or lampshade and gives softly glowing light
  • Has a bayonet or screw fix fitting and attaches to any standard bulb socket
  • It has a two-switch mode, one for normal light and the other a dimmer nightlight
  • The quick switch allows you to check on baby at night without disturbing them

We love that this is a great lighting option for nurseries with limited space for lamps or nightlights.

Chicco next to stars nightlight

Chicco
Next 2 Stars crib projector
RRP: £22.99

  • The nightlight includes a musical note button offering classical, new age and nature sounds.
  • It also has a sound sensor so that baby’s crying automatically activates music and light projection or nightlight.
  • It has a universal attaching system suitable for travel cot or crib.
  • Only requires 2 x AA batteries

We love the cute teddy design of this nightlight that will look good in all nurseries.

Skip hop moonlight

Skip Hop
Moonlight and Melodies
RRP: £40.00

  • Projects a beautiful starry nightscape onto any surface
  • This soother then transforms into a soft snugly toy and bedtime friend for your little one; flip up the fabric pocket to cover the projector belly so your baby can enjoy a warm and calming nightlight glow
  • There are 4 gentle melodies (Für Elise, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Brahms’ Lullaby, Rock-a-bye Baby)
  • This nightlight features stay-cool LED lighting, is portable and cord-free for practicality, and comes with a handy 20-minute auto-off function

We love this cute and cuddly nightlight that doubles up as a cuddly toy for your baby.

Our pick of the best nightlights around