Make bedtime fun with plush animal nightlights by Cloud B. The Twilight Turtle and Twilight Ladybug both project a starry night sky on the nursery ceiling in your choice of colors. Both adorable and educational, these nightlights make an ideal baby gift.
Twilight Turtle users can select from amber, blue or green lights, and Twilight Ladybug has a choice of red, blue or green light. I found it difficult to see the stars on the amber setting, but the other colors showed clearly.
Since both nightlights are battery-powered due to safety reasons, they turn off automatically after 45 minutes to preserve battery life. This is the perfect amount of time for an infant to drift off to sleep, but you’ll need to invest in a traditional plug-in nightlight if you have a toddler or older child who is afraid of the dark. As a future enhancement, it would be nice if Cloud B. offered an optional AC adaptor or gave parents the ability to override the automatic turnoff function.
I primarily plan to use my Twilight Turtle as a nightlight and decorative accessory for my nursery, but parents of older children would appreciate its value as an educational toy. Both the Twilight Turtle and the Twilight Ladybug project eight constellations on the ceiling.
Using the included star guide, I found it enjoyable and relatively easy to identify the constellations. One caveat: to see the constellations clearly, you’ll need to place the nightlight in the center of your room rather than on a nightstand or dresser. If you place your Twilight Turtle or Ladybug on a dresser on the side of the room, many of the constellations will be displayed on the wall instead of the ceiling.