It looks miserable, it works irregularly and not the way it is supposed to
I love cats, and if I need some interior article I take the one with a cat image (if possible). So, when I had to buy a night light to illuminate the corridor at night, it was the LED lamp in the shape of mosaic cat that caught my eye. The lamp looked quiet decent on the images – bright colors, a completely luminous figurine. The batteries are not needed, the night light works on chargeable solar ones. The price is about 20$. I was eager to draw out the lamp to have a look at it, but it appeared to be rather difficult, because the lamp is packed in foam cube which crumbled when I was trying to get it out of the box. I am aware that Eglo is quiet a famous brand, and I’ve consoled myself that if the lamp would be defective, I will always have a possibility to change it.
At home, anticipating the pleasure from my purchase, I started to take the packaging apart. To my mind, the thing I’ve got out can be called as follows: shabbiness. The plastic is low-grade, the paint is pale and carelessly spread, the mosaic contour is vague. On the cat’s back there are the solar battery capsules and the switch-on button. But the most I was disappointed in the evening, when the twilight was in and the lamp switched on. Only its lower part gleams, but not the whole lamp. Moreover, it is necessary that the battery is charged, which means that it should be kept on the window sill the entire day. Sometimes, the lamp doesn’t switch on at all (I have no idea why).
All in all, it was dull purchase. Since it works on the whole, it can’t be considered as a defective one. So, the night light stands on my table at a loose end. Though, if you make up your mind to buy this lamp, unpack it in the shop and make sure you enjoy the design like this. I’ve assigned a “2” to it only for the high-quality packaging. I estimate the lamp itself as a completely useless one.
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