Your kids will be over the moon with this moon wall light that can detect when it gets dark and can automatically illuminate with 12 different eclipses. Just as long as there is no Twilight (film)
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Amazon Review – June 18, 2015
So cool! Unique addition to any kid’s room.
By Amy Tiemann VINE VOICE on April 22, 2007
I have seen boys and girls ages 2 to 8 captivated by Uncle Milton’s “Moon in My Room.” As an adult, frankly I think it’s pretty cool too!
The moon in my room model has a contured, textured surface. It is a couple of inches thick, curved, so it has real depth. The moon cycles through 12 different phases. I have not seen any evidence of the light turning on automatically after dark, as advertised, but it works fine manually or by activating the automatic 5-seconds per phase cycle. The moon is lit up from a light within and the plastic does not glow in the dark when it is turned off.
The Moon in My Room is advertised as appropriate for ages 6 and up, but since it’s mounted on the wall I don’t see why it can’t go in a toddler’s room as long as the remote control is secured. I will echo a previous reviewer’s comment that you need to keep track of the remote, as I don’t think it would work otherwise.
Great product except for one thing…
By cheriba on March 13, 2007
We got this for my five year old son for Christmas. He has a space-themed room and this fit in perfectly. He loves it and has it on every night. What’s really great about it is that it will turn off automatically. What’s not so great about it is that it just burns up the batteries! We’ve already had to replace the batteries three times since Christmas (and the latest batteries I put in where Energizer Lithium e2; they lasted about 3 1/2 weeks). The battery issue is the only reason I gave this product four stars instead of five.
My child has really enjoyed this
By L on January 12, 2007
This was a Christmas gift for my 8 year old daughter who is into absolutely nothing but animals. She absolutely loves it. She turns it on every night and her and our other children go and watch it. I even watch it. It has two settings. 1. Is where it goes through the phases of the moon. I was mistaken about how this works, I thought that it went through the phases along with the moon, however, it blinks through them pretty quick. 2. The moon is just set on a single phase of the moon. I have seen them go through both of the settings, there is a small remote control that the child can set themselves. The only problem with the remote is that because of its size it can get easily misplaced, especially if your kids are like mine and would lose just about anything. My suggestion for this would be to put some velcro on the back of the remote and stick it somewhere. Also it has a sensor and turns off when the sun comes up and back on when the sun goes out. It also runs off batteries. Ours came with a cd, which I thought would be something that they could watch on the computer, but it isn’t it is just talking about the moon. Overall it was a good purchase, and I would definitely recommend it for a child who is very hard to shop for.
By RenaissanceMan TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 6, 2009
Ever since I first pointed out the moon to my daughter when she was eighteen months old, she has had a deep fascination with the moon. This toy is great because it brings the moon into her room.
– Its just smaller than the size of a dinner plate
– It lights up in phases (4 total) with a remote
– Manual Mode: It has a remote control that allows on off of each phase manually
– Auto Mode: With the remote you can put it in auto mode which cycles through the phases automatically through all the cycles in about 30 seconds
– On Off Mode: Allows you to turn on all phases on at once or turn them all off
– The moon has a light sensor that turns on the moon whenever you turn off the light.
– It turns itself off after 30 minutes automatically.
– The moon has a light sensor that turns on the moon whenever you turn off the light. This winds up having the moon on more than I’d like it to and during the day you can’t tell if its on or not so this causes some battery waste.
– It uses 6 AA batteries and I’ve had to change them too many times to count so I’ve gone to rechargeable batteries…so if you hang it too high, you’ll wind up having to bring out your ladder quite frequently.
– It only has one handing hole for a nail so if you want to put it on the top of your ceiling or on a slated vault wall you will have to cut an additional hole in the plastic back.
Overall, this is a great toy – my daughter adores it and it has brought quite a bit of joy to her so I highly recommend it. It’s not quite perfect but the challenges with it are small compared to the joy it brings to my daughter every night.
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