Choose from a 'pirate' or 'train' revolving table night light that can also be wall mounted and project your child's favourite fantasies in light! Read more...
Create bedtime story ideas from these wonderful themed table lamps which include 'pirate' and 'train' designs which create stunning projections onto surrounding walls and ceilings through its revolving mechanism. Simply choose from the drop down menu to select your choice.
Whether it's walking the plank with pirates or taking a journey on a 'choo choo' train, your child's bedtime will become creative and soothing as the table lamps will make perfect nightlights.
Alternatively you can wall mount the lamp using the fittings provided. Each nightlight measures approximately 22 x 15cm, is mains powered and takes a 40w E14 bulb (included). The revolving mechanism needs heat from the bulb in order for it to turn, therefore an energy efficient bulb would not generate enough heat to power the revolving mechanism. The 40w E14 bulb is recommended for use in order to achieve the revolving effect.
Grandson loves this lamp!
Reviewed 27 December 2014 by Edward
purchased this as a Christmas gift for my 2 year old grandson and he absolutely enjoys watching the patterns float across the wall. Thank you!
Reviewed 11 December 2014 by Sarah Devitt
Excellent lamp my little boy loves it
Rotating space lamp
Reviewed 5 December 2014 by LC
Really liked the effect of the lamp in our boys bedroom. It looks really special and cosy. However it did take a lot of messing about to get it turning around and felt it was a little flimsy for it's price. But overall we were happy with it.
Reviewed 25 November 2014 by Jerri
Lovely little lamp took me a while to get it spinning had to clean it few times n leave it on 4 a hour but when it was finally up n running it looked beauiful n calming perfect for my son who is autistic it also comes with a wall mount which it good my only fault is the bulb blew less then a week so was sad has the lamp was pricey n only lasted 5days b4 it needed more money spending in it.
Rotating lamp fish
Reviewed 29 October 2014 by Janice Stothard