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No More Night Terrors: Captain America Shield Nightlight

Captain America Shield Nightlight

What Captain America’s shield is made of exactly, few people know. Okay, so most sources say it’s Vibranium, but we all know that doesn’t exist in our world. Regardless, it’s Captain America’s only weapon; nobody uses a shield for both defense and offense quite like Steve does, don’t you think?

Now his iconic shield–or at least a replica of it–can be your weapon against night terrors and everything that goes bump in the night, too. This nightlight with its accompanying sticker makes it look like Captain America threw his shield at your wall, partially embedding it in the process.

The Captain America Shield nightlight is available online for $45.

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The Hulk Fist Nightlight is Incredible

Hulk Night Light

 

Isn’t this the awesomest night light ever? Hulk smash your fears of the dark and the boogie man and everything in between with the Hulk nightlight. It’s in the shape of Hulk’s fist, which, as you can expect, is quite massive, measuring 5 by 5 by 6.5 inches. It comes with a sticker that gives the illusion of a cracked wall, which you’re supposed to stick on the surface before mounting the it.

The Hulk fist nightlight is battery-powered and emits a soft, almost eerie green glow so you can avoid bumping into stuff and falling over when you’re heading to the bathroom or down the stairs for a midnight snack or whatever. It’s available online for $49.

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Prism Nightlight: Teetering From Light to Darkness and Back Again

Prism Nightlight

The Prism nightlight isn’t exactly a prism, although it’s shaped like one. I think it should be renamed as the see-saw nightlight because of how it works. There are no switches or anything, and no, the light isn’t equipped with sensors so that it automatically turns on or off. The switch is actually the entire lamp itself.

Just pivot it to one side to turn it on and back to the other to turn it off–like a see-saw.

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