LED night light JC8660 JULIE (Art. no. 73163)

JULIE is an LED night light and torch in one - including light adjustment by twilight sensor and motion sensor.

LED night light JC8660 JULIE (Art. no. 73163)

LED NIGHT LIGHT FOR HOME AND ON THE ROAD

JULIE is a night light and torch in one

Babies need security. And especially in the dark, they depend on mum and dad's protective closeness. In the first moments of waking up, night light JULIE provides pleasant, warm lighting - whether in the children's room or in the bedroom of mum and dad. Depending on how dark it is in the room, the integrated twilight sensor automatically adjusts the brightness of the light. Practical: JULIE consists of two units. While the charging unit can be left in the socket, the portable unit can be used for walking down the corridor, for example, as a torch or emergency light.

Technology:

  • 1 charging unit with LED light – connects to socket for contactless charging, 1 portable unit with LED emergency light and torch
  • Energy saving: Uses 2 x 0.5 watt LEDs, LED colour temperature: 6,500 K
  • 5-in-1 functions:
  • Calming night light
  • Torch
  • Emergency light
  • Twilight sensor The light switches on depending on the ambient lighting
  • Motion sensor: Movement switches the light on – motion detection in a 120 degrees angle and approx. 5.5 metre distance

Operation and use:

  • For reassurance: helps children get their bearings at night
  • For children’s bedrooms and halls
Art. no.: 73163
Weight: 159 g
color: weiß

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