Reer Mummy & Me LED Nursing Light
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Soothing LED light for Nursing in the dark & using around babies
Warm Light with 2 brightness settings
Battery Operated with 3 x "AAA" size batteries (min. 20 hrs battery life)
Portable & Lightweight
The Reer Mummy & Me LED Nursing Light (52010) is designed to be your ideal assistant when breastfeeding or diaper changing in the dark. The warm led lights creates a soft "slumber light" that helps visibility but yet very soothing. Battery operating and long battery life makes this a great companion to bring along anywhere you go with baby.
- Warm led light that is extra gentle & soothing
- Swan neck design allows for easy adjustment of light angle
- Single button to adjust 2 brightness settings to suit your different needs
- Large 2 in 1 bracket base for easy attachment to table, side of crib or bed or simple placing the light flat on the table
- Battery operated with 3 x conventional "AAA" size batteries (included)
- At least 20hrs battery life
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Dedicated to child safety since 1922
Reer is a german company headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. For over 95 years, this traditional German company has provided young families with premium quality child safety products to help them with daily challenges taking care of their children. Reer continues to pursue the mission "More Safety for Children", to offer the youngest among us with the greatest protection possible.
With the safety solutions from Reer, parents can create a safe living environment with minimum effort, where their little ones can grow up and explore the world safely.
Even after almost a century, Reer continues to innovate to come out with better products that provides more safety and improve the well-being of families around the world. All Reer products not just meets the strict safety regulations for child safety products, they often exceeds the requirements in many areas that the company view as important safety considerations even if these are not explicitly spelled out in the safety standards.