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2-in-1 Penguin Portable Night Light

  • Getting Started
  • Getting Started

    Great to see that you’ve purchased a Tommee Tippee 2-in-1 Penguin portable night light. To help you get started and to keep it working effectively, we’ve added all the guidance you should need, plus some handy hints, tips and troubleshooting advice.

    To switch on your Penguin night light insert the micro USB end into the back of the Penguin and the USB end into any standard USB charger (120-240V). DO NOT connect a USB lead to a standard plug socket.  (Image A)

    The Penguin will now work as a fixed nursery night light and as a charging dock for the portable egg Night light. (Image B)

    The portable egg night light will automatically charge when it is docked on the Penguin’s base and the Penguin is plugged in, unless the portable egg night light is already fully charged. Note: the portable egg night light will not light up when it is docked on your Penguin. (Image C)

    When the portable egg night light is running out of battery, the low battery light will come on. If the portable egg night light battery is completely empty, it will take approximately 8 hours to fully charge.

    Using your Penguin Night Light    

    To turn your Penguin night light on or off - press the on/off button on the front of the base.

    To adjust the brightness - scroll the dimmer wheel at the back of the Penguin.

    To activate the portable egg night light - remove it from the Penguin docking station. The portable egg night light will automatically light up at the last brightness level used. 

    To adjust the brightness of the portable egg night light – click the button on top of the portable egg night light. The pattern is low – mid – high.

    To turn the portable egg night light off - press and hold the button on the top of the portable egg night light for 3 seconds. The portable egg night light will automatically turn off when returned to the Penguin docking station.

    To turn the portable egg night light on - press the button on the top of the portable egg night light. Further pressing will adjust the brightness.

    The portable egg night light will last for approximately 10 hours before it needs to be recharged.

    When the portable egg night light is running out of battery, the low battery light will come on. If the portable egg night light battery is completely empty, it will take approximately 8 hours to fully charge. The low battery light will remain on during charging until the portable egg night light is charged to 50% battery.

  • Troubleshooting
  • What age can the Penguin night light be used from?

    The Penguin night light is suitable from birth when operated by a parent or guardian. It is an ideal nightlight for checking on your baby. The portable egg night light is perfect for children from 18 months old who are gaining their independence to use during the night.

     

    Where should I put the Penguin night light?

    Place your Penguin night light on a piece of furniture in your child’s bedroom so that the cable is out of reach of your child and does not create a trip hazard. Never place your Penguin Night light on the floor. Keep your Penguin night light out of reach of children under 18 months old.

     

    How do I care for my Penguin night light?

    Your Penguin night light is an electrical product so should not be washed with water. If you need to give him a clean, wipe with a lint-free cloth.

     

    What do I do if my Penguin night light doesn’t light up?

    First check that your Penguin night light is plugged in and the power is on, then press the on/off switch on the penguin’s base and adjust the dimmer wheel.

    If your portable egg night light doesn’t light up, it is likely to need recharging. Place the portable egg Night light onto your Penguin’s base and allow approx. 8 hours to charge. If you are still experiencing problems, please contact us.

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