My magic Star Projection Cube!
Dear mummy, we’re always on the hunt to find products that make your life easier and my life magical. A couple of weeks ago we found something so cool that we just had to share.
I have a Cloud B nightlight which I love, but I wish we’d found this product by LifeMax sooner.
We’re reviewing a Star Projection Cube by a company called LifeMax. We’d never heard of this company and were amazed at the range of products they supply. LifeMax is like an innovation centre for all things health & wellbeing and tech. Visiting their website is a bit like viewing a programme from Tomorrow’s World (something my mummy used to watch back in the day).
LifeMax sell products ranging from high-tech gadgets and gifts to lighting solutions and wellbeing products. They are local to us and based in Thatcham, Berkshire, UK. They are renowned in the care industry.
It’s not the sort of place you’d think to look for a child’s nightlight, but we stumbled on them from Amazon.
We wanted to test this all singing, all dancing high-tech nightlight and we were amazed when we received the product. It’s fabricated in China and complies with all UK safety certificates.
It’s not what we expected when it came through the door. A small white box, it measures 10.7 x 9.6 x 9.6 cm. It doesn’t look very big I think and it’s awfully light! It’s super lightweight infact and feels like if you were to drop it, it would break.
But don’t let looks deceive you it’s packed with magic! It’s like a little box of tricks! I’ve already dropped it a couple of times much to my mummy’s dismay and it works fine! Sturdy little thing!
It’s not just for little people either. My mummy spent hours listening to the natural sounds while in the bath and found it very relaxing. There’s a heartbeat, rainforest, babbling brook, bird song and ocean sounds along with sweet lullabies and music. Perfect for newborns.
The reason we were drawn to it was because it projected stars onto the ceiling. We hunted high and low for a star projection nightlight. I have a fascination with stars and love to see them on my ceiling when I go to bed at night. If I wake in the middle of the night, the stars calm me down and send me back to sleep.
The added bonus is that the lights change colour through the spectrum of the rainbow which is mesmerizing.
It also boasts a whole host of sounds and music. Which sound so realistic! My mummy’s favourite sound is the seaside. Amazing! Close your eyes and you are almost there!! My mummy loves to chill out to the soothing nature sounds. The mixture of lullabies and natural sounds is unusual and we haven’t come across this before and it’s perfect for the whole family who might need help to relax. We only wished we’d found this when I was a smaller baby/newborn! It would have saved lots of sleepless nights. The only thing we would change about it is the light, maybe make it a bit more powerful, so it really projects those stars onto the ceiling – at present the stars are very faint when positioned on my desk, a meter away from the ceiling.
There are big grey buttons to help you select the sound of your choice or “shuffle” mode. You also have the options of sound only, light only or both.
It’s on a timer which is reassuring and the sound will auto off after around 30 minutes. Which is great as my mummy could listen to it all night and it doesn’t drain the batteries!
It uses 3 x AA batteries or optional standard adapter (neither included when you purchase online but easy to source) and retails for £19.99 which is an absolute bargain for what you get!
We’re going to take it on holiday with us, as it will fit into a suitcase snugly. There’s been a couple of occasions when I’ve used it as a disco box and danced around it like my mummy dances around her handbag. It’s very funny to watch!
We keep raving to our friends about how great this nightlight is. It’s not just a nightlight though….it’s a relaxation system. Now we need to figure out whether it belongs in my room or in my mummy’s room!
Love Bella x
Disclosure: We received the product in order to write an honest review.
18 thoughts on “My magic Star Projection Cube”
I love the look of this!!! How clever and brilliant that it is small enough to take with you when travelling #triedtested
Love this! Perfect for sensory play and for taking away with you! awesome!
Yeah! Sensory benefits are great with this too! That’s why is used in the care industry too 🙂
I can see why you’re raving about it, it looks great. So many options, and being small and lightweight, too, it ticks so many boxes.
What a lovely effect, I can see why you like your night time star gazing #Tried&Tested
oh this looks really good. I want one for myself! lol #triedtested
It looks gorgeous! I think I’d quite like that in my own bedroom never mind Amy’s!
Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested this week x
I wish I had this when my kids were younger. They would have loved it and the fact that you can travel with it is a huge bonus.
Looks like a great version of this product. I’ve been looking around for one so I’ll be hopping over to their website to check this one out 🙂
This sounds fab – and so much easier to use than the gro-clock it is so tricky to programme it drive me insane. I definitely fancy one – for the kids of course!’
That look great! We have a Cloud B as well. It lovely but I wish it had sound. #TriedTested
I read this and thought it was going to be expensive but 19.99 is a bargain. It looks brilliant, I have been looking for something for the baby’s room, this might just be the thing x
It’s great value for money!
Oh wow this looks great =)
Wow I love this. Projector lights are fantastic for babies and toddlers and I love the stars! x x
WOW! This looks amazing. We need a new sensory night light for Imogen as the one Seren had doesn’t really work now. I was expecting a hefty price tag as I was reading through and pleased at how reasonable it is. Tempted!
This looks like a fantastic product – Grace has something similar but one for an older kid, and she loves it. Thank you for linking to #PoCoLo x
This is a bargain at £20! I don’t have kiddies but I’m totally on board with it for myself.
The bird cheeping and sound of the waves both sound so relaxing. The bubbling brook I’m not sure about though – I think it would just make me always want to go to the loo, haha.