By Andrew Liszewski
Here’s a surefire way to add some Dr. Seuss-esque whimsy to a child’s room. The Glo Nightlight, from Boon Inc., looks like a concept design pulled from the pages of The Cat In The Hat, but it’s an actual product scheduled to hit the market sometime in the Spring of 2011.
The three tower structures each feature a removable ball that glows in one of six different colors, or they can be set to to continuously cycle through the available palette. The balls, which each charge on their respective towers and glow for about 30 minutes when removed, are apparently rugged enough to be played with, and are BpA, Phthalate and PVC-free so they’re particularly child-friendly. No pricing info has been announced yet, but I don’t see any bleeding-edge tech here, so hopefully it won’t be outrageously expensive.