Posted by Kearsten Chapman on April 29, 2019 at 10:45 AM. Filed under LED Lighting, Around the Home, News .


Jasco recently launched a new line of Star Wars licensed products and is excited to embrace the “light” side of the force with new color-changing night lights and Projectables® night lights.

The iconic movie franchise joins Jasco’s line of Projectables night lights that bring characters to life by projecting images of popular movie scenes and characters on to the ceiling or wall. Projectables are cool-to-the-touch with energy-efficient LEDs, making them safe for any room in the house, and the built-in light sensing technology turns the night light on at night and off in the morning.

In celebration of Star Wars Day on May the Fourth, Jasco has released a full line of Star Wars themed Projectables and color-changing night lights featuring iconic characters including Yoda, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, R2-D2 and more. Jasco will also be releasing more night lights this fall.

Here's the list of Star Wars themed night lights currently available:
  • Darth Vader mask color-changing LED night light
  • Stormtrooper mask color-changing LED night light
  • Projectables Six-Image night light
  • Projectables X-wing Fighter Single-Image night light



You can shop the full collection here.

Star Wars Projectables night lights and color changing lights are available online and at several retail locations, including Target, Amazon, and Best Buy. Make sure you're subscribed to our monthly newsletter for the most up-to-date news on upcoming product releases!



About the Author | Kearsten Chapman

As the Digital Marketing Manager, Kearsten leads Jasco's online marketing and communications activities involving promotional planning and strategy, public relations, SEM/SEO, social media advertising and measuring audience insights. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling and shamelessly spoiling her two dogs. Kearsten holds a MBA and BA in Journalism with an emphasis in Advertising and Business from the University of Oklahoma.

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