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New Disney Color Changing Night Lights Shine Bright

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At EPCOT’s Mouse Gear we spotted these Disney-themed color changing night lights, and even though I am a grown adult who doesn’t need a night light, I am imagining some scenarios in which these would come in handy. Perhaps they could be used for those very rare moments of quiet at the end of the day when reading a book. Or maybe they could add some Disney magic during a Florida thunderstorm when the power goes out, or a Winter storm up north.

These battery operated, free-standing night lights can go anywhere! They slowly rotate a variety of colors thanks to an LED color changing bulb.

Disney Color Changing Night Lights
Disney Castle Color Changing Night Light
Disney Color Changing Night Light – Base
Mickey Balloon Changing Freestanding Light
Mickey Ice Cream Color Changing Night Light
Monorail Color Changing Night Light
Monorail Color Changing Night Light

At $16.99 they are a decent value.

What do you think of these night lights? Would you get one for yourself? Your kiddo?

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Born and raised in the land of sunshine and dreams come true, Dani is a proud Orlando Native who loves sharing her hometown with others. She's worked in nearly all of Orlando's theme parks, on board Disney Cruise Line, and in hotel management. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @thisfloridalife

5 thoughts on “New Disney Color Changing Night Lights Shine Bright

  • Will Disney make the sky Gondolas toys/figures that can be installed on a cable and have their number on the back that way you can collect them all and can turn on their light via remote. I hate that you can’t just hang up the toy Gondalas that are being sold now. I want mine in the air just like the real gondalas. I love those things.
    Disney can’t say they wouldn’t make enough money.

  • I have the monorail one and it only stays lit for about 75 seconds at the most. How can it stay lit longer? My son and I would love to know.

  • Bought one and love it! Only problem is it only stays on for 2min.

  • Hi T. Haxton, I am not sure on the feel of the material, but all of them do light up and change colors.

  • These are very cute. Are these hard plastic nightlights or soft, malleable plastic ones? Also, it looks like only the Mickey balloon lights up in your picture. Is this accurate?

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