Lightsleeper Review

Posted on Jul 24 2010 - 9:53am by Rob

Do you find it difficult to get to sleep at night? If counting sheep, listening to low volume music and drinking a cup of hot milk don’t do it for you then you might want to try the Lightsleeper.

Design

A stylish, white lamp type of modern design means that it will look quite nice on your bedside table. It is small enough to be unobtrusive as well and may even prove a talking point should visitors frequent your boudoir – should you need it.

Notable Specifications

You can plug into your favourite wall socket or use AAA batteries. Once you switch it on you choose the brightness level you want and away it goes, playing restful patterns of pulsating lights on your roof. It turns itself off after half an hour, assuming that you are now snoring to high heaven, although you can turn it back on again with a gentle nudge.

Value

The Lightsleeper is perhaps a wee bit steep for some people at £125. However, anyone who has suffered sleep deprivation and restless nights may well be tempted to shell out the money for this clever little gadget. I think you would agree that a good nights sleep is priceless.

Summary

This could be a great solution for people who struggle to get a good night’s kip. It’s cool design and clever features make it a good choice when the Ovaltine fails.

Buy it from – Boots with 500 advantage points free

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