Review: AGM Moon Rechargeable Night Light

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AGM Moon Lamp - Box

This LED lamp has a translucent plastic shell that’s shaped like the moon. It can be left on a flat surface like a desk / shelf or propped up using the included wooden stand.

AGM Moon Lamp - Contents

The stand is made from three L-shaped pieces of wood that stick together using magnets. Based on NASA images, the moon’s shell has been 3D printed using white PLA which makes it very durable.

AGM Moon Lamp - Stand

There’s no need for batteries or to locate this near a power socket as you also get a USB cable in the box that plugs into a socket on the base. This lets you charge the internal 800mAh battery (usually takes just over 3 hours). Battery life is rated to last for up to 8 hours and I can confirm that it had no trouble lasting all night when set to a low brightness.

AGM Moon Lamp

At first glance this lamp has no physical controls, until you discover the power socket also acts like a touch sensor – every time you tap it the white light cycles between off, cold and warm colour temperatures. You can also adjust the brightness by holding your finger on it, where brightness will gradually decrease or increase until your finger is removed.

AGM Moon Lamp - Socket

Even at full brightness I’d say the lamp isn’t really bright enough for reading, but it will be ideal as a night light or for background lighting. The white plastic does a good job of diffusing the light so that your eyes are never dazzled.

AGM Moon Lamp - Lit

The moon design of this lamp looks pretty cool when lit up at night and my son was delighted with it. If you’re looking for a night light for a child’s bedroom then this novelty factor plus the lamp’s portability, efficiency and brightness/colour temperature options make it a fantastic choice.

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Associate Editor and part of the team of gadget reviewers at DroidHorizon. Also been known to dabble in software development to pay the bills.

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