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Cloud b Twilight Constellation Night Light, Sea Turtle

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  • Five endangered sea animal images on turtle shell that illuminate one at a time
  • Shell glows in three soothing colors options ocean blue, emerald green and aquamarine; Dimensions: 14" long, 4" tall
  • Night sky projection on ceiling
  • Star Guide to help identify constellations
  • 3 AAA batteries included; 45 minute sleep timer; Ideal for ages 2 to adult
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Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions15.5 x 10.5 x 3.5 inches
OriginImported
UPC079488400008 089627127314
Item model number7333-ZZ
Batteries:3 AAA batteries required. (included)
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation16 Ounces
Maximum weight recommendation96 Pounds
Number of items1
Batteries requiredYes
  
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ASINB001CW7CVK
Best Sellers Rank #2,912 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Enjoy a peaceful night sleep under Twilight Sea Turtle's starry night sky. This fun and educational nightlight is designed to help children sleep easier and also help bring awareness to endangered sea animals. Twilight Sea Turtle's beautiful shell illuminates in three soothing colors while also highlighting five endangered sea friends, the Blue Whale, California Sea Otter, Knysna Seahorse, Leatherback Turtle and Vaquita Dolphin. The Twilight Storybook includes a Twilight Sea Turtle story which teaches children about endangered sea animals, a helpful Star Guide and an adoption certificate. A portion of the proceeds from Twilight Sea Turtle will be donated to an international conservation organization.

Product Description

Enjoy a peaceful night sleep under Twilight Sea Turtle's starry night sky. This fun and educational nightlight is designed to help children sleep easier and also help bring awareness to endangered sea animals. Twilight Sea Turtle's beautiful shell illuminates in three soothing colors while also highlighting five endangered sea friends, the Blue Whale, California Sea Otter, Knysna Seahorse, Leatherback Turtle and Vaquita Dolphin. The Twilight Storybook includes a Twilight Sea Turtle story which teaches children about endangered sea animals, a helpful Star Guide and an adoption certificate. A portion of the proceeds from Twilight Sea Turtle will be donated to an international conservation organization.


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It helps her sleep in her own bed all night.
T. Bast
He loves animals and thinks stars & moons are cool so he enjoys the sea turtle's projections on his ceiling & walls.
Michelle Gaughan
I bought this turtle for my friends baby shower, she absolutely loves it, defiantly a great gift.
Shelly

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339 of 345 people found the following review helpful By 3 Dudes and a Mom on January 6, 2009
While this sea turtle is nice; the original turtle is much better: The original: 1) has more stars/constellations to really turn the ceiling into a night sky; 2) it offers 3 color displays (blue, green and orange); the sea turtle CLAIMS to offer 3 colors, but it actually is only 2 and the "third" color comes when you press both the green and blue on at the SAME TIME, thus creating a "blue green" turtle shell. Further, when you do this, TWO displays are cast onto the ceiling (one green and one blue; NOT one blue-green display), it is very weird to see 2 moons and 2 sets of identical stars on the ceiling; and 3) on the original when you press each of the color buttons, the other color will automatically turn off, on the sea turtle if you don't turn off a color, you get that weird double display I was talking about.

Also, as a note, the endangered animals on the turtle only light up ON the turtle's shell NOT get cast onto the wall or ceiling.

If you are considering this, I absolutely would recommend the original turtle instead. Both my sons (2 and 4) LOVE LOVE LOVE it (and their friends all do, too, when they come over). They love to play with it and they love to fall asleep to it.
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186 of 188 people found the following review helpful By SavvyKids on January 2, 2009
I purchased this turtle for my eleven year old brother for Christmas and he really loves it...as does everyone else in the house! Everyone wants their turn at night to have their ceiling illuminated with stars! I have also previously purchased the Twilight Ladybug for my three year old daughter, which is so adorable. My only comment between the two items is that the ladybug projects the stars over a greater area...even onto the walls somewhat (in a large sized kids room), while the turtle projects in a narrower oval shape which only does about half the ceiling in a large room. This is probably due to the shell shapes...but just FYI...if you want more coverage go with the ladybug!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By robert reynolds on November 3, 2010
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This is the 4th Turtle night light we have purchased for our Grandchildren and Godson. We have purchased the
Ladybug night light for our Granddaughter as well.

They are fasinated when the stars appear in their dark room as we demostrate their gift to them. They clap and
squeal with delight when the stars change colors.

The automatic turn off feature is perfect. The children are happy for bedtime as their "friend" soothes them with
stars on their ceiling as they drift off to sleep. Only one Grandchild has stayed up past the 45 minutes and the turtle light turned off. He simply called out "hey, will someone come in to turn this light on". Too funny.

You will not be disappointed. We love the turtle, Sea Turtle and Ladybug night lights. The Sea turtle has colorful
sea creatures on his shell. We have not seen it, this info is from our daughter. Our grandson who was given the Turtle, the original night light asked his Mom if he could trade with his little brother for the Sea Turtle! He wanted the newer version.
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50 of 59 people found the following review helpful By V. Bartsch on August 21, 2009
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Don't expect to use it as a nightlight by which to see your child's facial expressions or to change his diaper (as I learned once they both arrived). It's not that bright. But if you want something that will project non-moving stars on the ceiling (i.e. a patch of about 3 ft by 3 ft on your ceiling), it works. You can also choose either green stars, blue stars, or both. It also has little pictures of endangered marine life that light up. If you want something to change a diaper, get a small lamp with a low wattage light bulb. If you want something "cute," especially for an older child, get this.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Lopez on November 27, 2009
I bought this for my 2 yr old daughter a few months ago. I paid $30.00. It is a great product, well made and my daughter loves it. It helps her sooth at night and she loves the book that comes with it. BUY IT! It is great. I read some reviews saying the lights were not bright enough...change the batteries.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Edwin C. Pauzer VINE VOICE on December 19, 2010
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"Let's see what it's like first," Debbie said, as I put three AAA batteries into the belly of the turtle. We quickly adjourned to the bedroom, turned out the lights and hit the ON switch. The Debster giggled like a kid as the turtle cast dozens of five-pointed silhouettes across the ceiling and walls. Every five seconds or so, a new constellation appeared in the "sky." Another button selects the color that will be illuminated, red, green, or blue. Green shone the brightest, followed by blue and a disappointing red. There also looked like there was a milky way and a half crescent moon. A sleep timer ensures that the toy turns off in 45 minutes to lengthen battery life.

The sea turtle has a hard plastic shell on top with a soft, smooth head and smooth flippers. Three buttons are on at the back end of the shell so the child can turn it on and off easily, change colors, or just see the stars. A soft underbelly reveals a velcro patch that covers the plastic battery cover. To open the battery compartment requires a small Philips head screwdriver. Once loosened the plastic cover falls off and the battery sleeves are in full view.

It comes with a "Twighlight Storybook" smaller than a pocket-size notepad that tells the story of endangered species (that the child might not understand), three constellations: Delphinus (the dolphin), Cetus (the whale), and the Big Dipper (the bear). They can be viewed in all colors. The star guide helps parent and child find the constellation and tells them what they can do to preserve species of the water kingdom from extinction.

This may be one of the best gifts I have bought for a child. It's for kids naughty and nice because you might want to fulfill your fantasy of sending the former into outer space, and letting the latter view the same from his bed. Little David Lysander is definitely in the latter category.

Merry Christmas, kid.

Uncle Ed
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