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- Porcelain bunny with a light-up tail
- Creates an ambient light - great for the living room or bedroom
- Also makes a great nightlight for kids
- Uses an energy efficient LED bulb - stays cool to the touch
- Measures 11cm x 17cm x 20cm
- Porcelain white rabbit with a light-up tail
- Light bulb made up from energy efficient LEDs
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Ideal for creating ambient light in your home, and also works great as a nightlight for a kids bedroom. If you can bare not to look at his cute little face, try facing him in different directions to adjust the amount of light directed into the room!
The light-up tail stays cool to the touch and is made up of energy efficient LEDs, powered by USB.
Comes with a universal plug adaptor.
Top Customer Reviews
Exactly as described.. Arrived on time.
Other descriptions were accurate so we were prepared that the cord is black. Would have looked better white but minor compared to his cute it is:)
It comes with a rechargeable LED light, cool to the touch, so wont burn your hand.
Really nice ornamental piece as well as the extra bit of light around the home, would recommend to anyone!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect! Was shiny, worked beautifully & I LOVED the packaging it came in!Published 18 months ago by Tanya Jenkins
So cute and gives of a warm light. I thought it would charge through a USB so you could put it anywhere with no cord...but you do have to have it plugged in at all times to work. Read morePublished on January 15, 2014 by Cassie M. Polhamus