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  • This handy night light automatically illuminates when it detects movement in the dark, helping keep your hallways and corridors safe at night-time. 

    Featuring a mains powered cradle, the night light will activate for 20s when it detects movement within 4 metres.  Weighing just 50g, the unit will wirelessly recharge when docked, ready for use as a bright, 60 lumen torch when lifted.  


    • Soft 15 lumen night light with powerful 60 lumen torch
    • Simply lift from the cradle to use as a torch or flashing SOS light
    • Automatically lights when lifted or if there is a power cut
    • 300mA battery is constantly charged to offer up to 2hrs light as a torch

Discover more about our Night Light Torch

  • Clever illumination
    Our night light constantly monitors movement and the light level in the room, cleverly switching itself on when it detects movement in the dark.

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    Ideal for hallways
    Smart power management means this night light is always fully charged and ready to go, ideal for high-traffic areas such as corridors and entrance ways.

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    Power cut saviour
    Automatically illuminating when it loses mains power, the night light can be removed from the base and used as a torch. No more scrabbling for light in a power cut.

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  • When the lights go out...

    Long power cuts and blackouts may sound like something from second world war, but you'd be surprised how common power cuts in the UK are. Some examples of recent, lengthy periods without power include:

    • Flooding: In 2007 and between 2013 and 2016 floods caused power cuts to over 65,000 homes.
    • Storms: Accounting for power outages affecting over 700,000 homes in 2013, storms left residents without power for extended periods.
    • London blackout of 2003: A major power cut affected over 500,000 people with numerous emergency service callouts.
    • The Miners' strike of 1984/5: Major industrial action under Thatcher's leadership led to more than 26 million lost working days due to power outages.

    In 2021, the average customer lost over 31 minutes of electricity, with some providers averaging 51 minutes. With the ongoing energy crisis, it has been suggested that the National Grid could face three-hour blackouts during winter, so make sure you have your torch on standby!

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    Fall risk at night-time

    Falls are a leading cause of injury for the elderly and the risk of a fall increases significantly in the dark. Eyesight often worsens with age and it can be more difficult for the eyes to adjust to lower levels of light as night time falls.

    The risks of any fall can be reduced by making some simple changes, such as:

    • Minimising trip hazards such as rugs, objects left of the floor or even small pets.
    • Avoiding uneven or slippery surfaces, particularly wet floors in the kitchen or bathroom.
    • Installing handrails and grab bars to provide something to hold onto.
    • Ensuring the correct lighting is installed in living spaces, not too dim to see nor too bright to causes glare.

    Night lights offer an excellent solution to the problem of lighting. Such devices provide the right level of light and often have the benefit of automatically turning on and off to save energy.