This Nightlight Allows You to Sleep Under A Drifting Nebula and Stars

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Now, I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t like camping. I mean, it’s sleeping outside. Why would I sleep on the hard, cold ground outside, when there are perfectly good beds INDOORS for me to sleep in?!?

I may not like sleeping outdoors, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like sleeping under the stars! Thanks to this little gadget, I can sleep INSIDE, but still underneath the night sky.

The Sky Lite, by BlissLights, is PERFECT for any room in my house. It sends a spray of LASER “stars” onto any surface — and COOLEST of all — the stars DRIFT. Not only that, there is a TRANSFORMING blue LED nebula cloud that looks so amazingly real!

This makes the PERFECT nightlight. You can turn it on when you go to sleep, and the automatic six-hour timer will turn the light off *hopefully* before the sun rises past the trees. I mean, it all depends when you go to bed.

Simple button controls make it easy to cycle through light effects, adjust brightness, or start/stop the motion.


This is perfect mood lighting for that romantic meal, that date night with the family, working from home, or just relaxing before bed. The Sky Lite is AWESOME!

As an industry leader in laser lighting, BlissLights uses only the highest quality lasers and superior holographics, the same energy efficient technology found in theme park lighting.


Built-in 6-hour timer
Operating temp: 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
3 foot AC adapter cord
Indoor use only
Real laser diodes


The Sky Lite gets an AMAZING 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon Customer Reviews, with more than TWO THOUSAND reviews! Needless to say, it’s AMAZING!!

You can get the Starry Sky, Blisslights Projector — The Sky Lite — on Amazon right HERE.

Just a side note, because I’m obsessed. Have you watched the Netflix series, YOU? There is a scene — without spoiling anything too much — in Season 1 where Joe brings the night sky indoors for Beck. This BlissLight had me wondering if Joe used this little device to create the effect. Ha! It’s possible.

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  1. AMAZON.
    How about reading the article and not being ignorant?

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