Posted by Britnee Bryles on December 14, 2016 at 5:36 PM. Filed under LED Lighting, How To, Around the Home .

Christmas Projectables Night Lights

'Tis the season for mistletoe, stocking stuffers, fresh baked cookies and elves to go sneaking about shelves, but what about the night time bed routine? How can you get your kids into the holiday spirit without having them stay up all night to try a get a glimpse of Santa? We have a solution! Christmas Projectables Night Lights!

This year’s assortment of holiday Projectables features single image plug-in night lights, six-image plug in night lights and six-image battery operated night lights.

“We feature the friendly snowman, the iconic Santa and his reindeer, and a jolly gingerbread man,” Product Manager Yolanda Coronel said.

So how can you decide if a plug-in or battery operated is right for you? Product Manager Yolanda Coronel explains that the plug-in night light can easily plug into the back of a wall and the image can be rotated 180° to be placed anywhere around the room – the ceiling, wall or floor.

“The battery operated night light is one of my favorites because it’s portable,” Coronel explains. “It features a night light and it has the six images that are easily rotatable for young hands and it has a battery operated switch here that after 30 minutes has an automatic timeout feature. So you can put it on the bedside table for the kid to fall asleep at night and then 30 minutes later it will automatically go off so you save your batteries.”
 


 

About the Author | Britnee Bryles

Britnee might be known as Jasco’s Gadget Guide on videos, but her technical title at Jasco is the Marketing Communications Administrator. Britnee handles all internal and external communications for the Jasco Sales Team, which are a diverse collection of works such as shareable social videos, new product launches, sales meeting presentations, and trade show materials. Britnee has her BA in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma, an MBA from Mid-America Christian University, and in 2012 she won the 30 Under 30 Award. Outside of work you can catch Britnee volunteering with the Junior League of Oklahoma City at the VA hospital or the Women’s Shelter.

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