A Nightlight for Secure and Restful Sleep
Blys™ – Warm White Light, Burgundy base
Blys™ is a sleek, modern light source for the home. It can be used as a table top illuminator around the home or in the bedroom. As a nightlight it provides a low-level glow which allows un-interrupted sleep, but on waking it provides a focus in a room, allowing items such as bedside lights, spectacles, water, phone, and other personal items to be easily identified without switching the main light on.
A low level of light from the tray provides an immediate focus and sense of security if wakened during the night, whilst preventing the shock experienced when turning on conventional lighting, or the frustration of finding the light switch.
It is controlled by means of a touch panel. Anywhere along the main edge the unit will be switched on, and the brightness can be altered by touching two small ‘bright’ and ‘dim’ zones. Blys™ remembers its previous light setting when it is switched off.
As a desirable piece of design, Blys™ offers a modern slim ergonomic unit of very high build quality. The illumination is uniform and uses LCD backlight technology to produce an even distribution of light.
“Much more than a lamp or nightlight … Blys enables focussed security, spatial awareness, reduces falls and breakages, low impact illumination, and improves ambience for residents and staff alike.”
“Most nursing home residents sleep with the light on due to anxiety – this promotes ill-temper, poor health and accelerates dementia.”
Warm White Light £111.60
Mainland UK delivery charge: £5.99 each
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- Blys™ measures 400mm by 400mm square and is only 25mm deep. It has four non-slip feet and is spill proof.
- Blys™ is available for delivery worldwide – it has a universal power supply with mains plugs to suit your country.
- Power consumption is very low; less than 700mA at 5V. The unit does not get hot, even at the maximum brightness.
- The BLYS Night Light Tray can also be subsidised or provided without charge in some cases, where specific need and lack of financial support is identified.