Review: Pipsy Koala Automatic Nightlight

pipsy koala automatic nightlight

Little Mr has become rather unsettled in the darkness of his bedroom recently, so when I was asked if we would like to review the Pipsy Koala Automatic Nightlight I jumped at the chance.

The Pipsy Koala automatic nightlight is said to ‘give your child reassurance at night and to help you enter their room safely without turning on the nights’. Over the last four months, the late night walk from our bedroom to Little Mr’s has become quite frequent. He’s been waking in the night for one reason or another and we’ve used the nightlight in Little Mr’s room to help him feel a bit more secure in his bedroom.

The automatic nightlight is great. You can plug it into the wall socket and forget about it. When it gets dark, the nightlight automatically comes on and goes off again when it’s light.

pipsy koala nightlight The automatic nightlight is safe to use in your child’s bedroom as the bulb of the nightlight is soft plastic so if they did want to explore their room and come across the nightlight it won’t hurt them. One of the best features of the nightlight is it’s LED technology. It doesn’t generate any heat so it’s not going to burn or be a fire risk when left on in your little one’s room overnight.

The technical bits

  • The nightlight has a very low power consumption (0.4 watt)
  • The nightlight has a life span of approximately 50,000 hours
  • The nightlight is guaranteed for 3 years

We would definitely recommend the nightlight to anyone having trouble with their little ones sleep. The light that it omits isn’t bright enough to distract Little Mr from sleeping it helps to reassure him that he can see where his teddies are and his dummies in the cot at night if he misplaces it. We’ll be using it in Little Mr’s bedroom for the foreseeable future.


The Pipsy Koala automatic nightlight retails at £8.99 and you can buy it from the Pipsy Koala website here.

Disclaimer: We were sent this product for the purpose of this review. All images are my own and this forms an honest and unbiased review. 

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Emma Shilton

Emma Shilton, is a UK Family Lifestyle blogger from the West Midlands, UK, Emma is Mummy to two boys; Olly, (born February 2013) who loves Lego, cars and old cartoons and Freddie, (born January 2018) who loves noisy toys and making a mess. The blog follows their adventures as they capture everyday life, family travels and adventures.

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  1. 25/02/2014 / 9:53 am

    That looks really great! A fab price too :)

  2. 25/02/2014 / 11:04 am

    That looks like a great little nightlight, we’ve never used them with ours but it’s reassuring to have one which is perfectly safe I think.

    • 25/02/2014 / 9:46 pm

      I think the light has certainly helped with Little Mr’s bedtime routine, so thumbs up from me x

  3. 25/02/2014 / 3:59 pm

    I really like the look of these and I like the fact they dont get hot as some other ones with exposed bulbs can get hot #TriedTested

    • 25/02/2014 / 8:56 pm

      I love the fact that it doesnt get hot, means I can leave it on all night and now worry about it. Thanks for your comment x

  4. Helen Porter
    25/02/2014 / 8:37 pm

    I love this and I know it is meant to be for children but I am really scared of the dark so this would be great for me I will definitely be looking at getting one! #triedtested

  5. 25/02/2014 / 9:22 pm

    I’ve been on the look out for a decent nightlight! Think this could be the one!
    Thanks for linking up this week :)

  6. 26/02/2014 / 5:44 pm

    This looks great, just what I need for my little boy and a good price too.

  7. 01/03/2014 / 10:56 am

    Love the look of this.
    I need a better nightlight for my little one’s room who have both recently decided they don’t like the dark and the little amber glow plug I have doesn’t quite fit the purpose! x

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