Today we'll be reviewing the Aurora Night Light.
We’ll provide you with all the detailed information you could need. You just need to make your own final decision.
The Aurora Night Light does an awesome job of projecting an aurora borealis effect on different surfaces.
With the remote controller, you have up to a 1-year of auto-off timer settings (you can choose 1, 2, 4, 6, 8 hours) or it can stay on all night. The 1-hour, 2-hour, 4-hour, and 6-hour timer settings are all sync with the corresponding dimmer level. That being said, the brightness level can also be adjusted from 30% to 100%.
I recommend using this for baby's room or anywhere that might need a soft dome-shaped bed light, because it gets extremely hot. When I used it, it emitted a pretty bright red glow on the walls, which could be disconcerting. It is pretty cool, but I don't think this would be something I would put in my home or guest room at all.
I think this is a pretty cool night light and it would be really pretty to watch the aurora borealis effect, even though it's somewhat limited. The rotation effect can also be pretty cool and fun.
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