Tetra Nightlight

Tetra Nightlight

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Beth Callaghan
Mar 17, 2011

Back when I was a kid, the only options for nightlights were plastic bulb sockets that you stuck in the wall. If you were lucky, you got a plastic "shade" that snapped on the front. Well, nightlights, you've come a long way, baby. We've featured some unique contenders before, like the Glomate Jr., these animal shaped LED lights, or, just yesterday, these counting sheep nightlights. If all of these are a little too precious for you, you might be interested in the Tetra nightlight.

Another in the recent flood of LED nightlights, the Tetra stays cool to the touch and requires no cords. You simply press the bottom to turn the light on or off. What's unique here, though, is a clever design that appeals more broadly: the milk carton shape is childlike and playful while also modern and clean.

Available through Mighty Goods.

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