|Q:||Is the Laser cosmos 220V? | 19/08/2013|
|A:||The Laser Star Projector does have a standard UK mains 220v mains adapter.|
|Q:||I have a newborn baby and was hoping to have this as their night light. As the product is stated as a "laser" do you think it is unsuitable ie. too bright for a young person? | 16/09/2013|
|A:||The Laser cosmos does contain lasers within it to project the stars. It is used to project onto the ceiling, so you would need to put it out of reach of any small children. Recommended daily usage is only for a couple of hours.|
|249||5 Star Reviews|
|42||4 Star Reviews|
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Lorna | 27/08/16
"This is the second projector I have purchased for use in the Children's Ward of a local hospital. The projectors are great and really help to settle babies and young children."
Mo Machin | 13/08/16
"Great for relaxing during a stressful period of family life. Would be good to have some control of the brightness. I recommend this product."
Anastasia White | 14/07/16
"The Laser Star Projector was a birthday present, and the receiver loved it. It does exactly what's said on the website and came in the right time. Its really good and would definitely recommend it. "
Michelle Moore | 25/06/16
"Absolutely love it X amazing for dinner parties , grand children love it in there bedroom at bed time X will recommend it to every one"
Melanie | 02/06/16
"Bought this for my baby's bedroom and thought the product was fantastic. Starts with seaparate "cloud cover" setting. However I've had this product replaced twice in 1 year, the first time after only using it a few times. On both occasions the laser stars stopped working completely. disappointing considering the price tag. Although my friends also had this for two years with no problems. "