In the cloak of daylight, my son kept saying his things were disappearing. First, it was his socks. Then a shirt. Then his tablet. Then his snacks. It was all too minuscule to call the police, so now he summons Batman with his 3DFX Night Light.
Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like, a night light.
He promises he got the pint-sized signal from Commissioner Gordon to summon the Dark Knight.
Okay, so it has an on, and off switch and in reality it’s a night light.
My kiddo doesn’t NEED any more toys.
He’s a Gotham fan who loves the superhero we call Batman, and the 3D Light FX 3D Deco Lights make a perfect gift. Not just, Batman, they offer a full-range of comic book heroes, Disney Princess, sports and car lights. All of them appear to be crashing through or popping out of the wall!
The 3D FX Lights are battery-operated and cool to the touch so placing them anywhere is up to you!
Installation is a cinch.
It has appeal.
There are fun details, like the rub-on “crack.” Just be aware that this part is NOT a vinyl wall sticker that allows you to remove or reposition it. You’ve committed once you place it!
Fun Bat Signal Fact: The Bat-Signal made its first on-screen appearance in the Batman and Robin serial by Columbia. In its first incarnation, it was simply a high powered projector that kept in Commissioner Gordon’s office. When needed, he would simply wheel the Bat-Signal over to his office window and shine it directly into the sky. Though small, it was powerful enough to cast an image of the Bat symbol against the clouds.