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Space in your face!,
I thought this was a cracking little gadget.
When I first turned it on I was expecting to see just thousands of stationary laser lights pointing at the ceiling. But I was surprised to see that they all slowly rotated around a centre 'cosmos' and not only that but each 'star' seemed to have a mind of its own. They moved about and looked as if they were passing behind other 'stars'. It's quite good to watch just one and see if you can follow it around the ceiling.
I liked the shooting star which shoots past every now and then, they can be easily missed if you turn away for even a second.
The cats also loved this gadget, I don't know who were more mesmerised me or them! At first they didn't know what to think of it, and after doing summersaults for half an hour trying to catch the stars, they eventually settled down and took in the view.
If you've always liked looking up at the stars at night but find it's always cloudy then this is the next best thing, just hook it up, adjust the brightness, sprawl across your bed and enjoy.
This would also be ideal if you have small children aswell. I would have loved to have something like this when I was a kid. Since I'm a 70's child I was brought up with Star Wars so my bedroom would have been a galaxy far far away while mine and my bunk beds would have been the millennium falcon!
Great Buy, 5 Stars Easy.
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Initial post: 19 Sep 2011, 12:51:25 BST
K. J. Blower says:
would this work as a night light?
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