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Cloud's Tear Night-Light

$18.00 Regular price $37.00
137 sold in the past month
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Be mesmerized by the calming beauty of the Cloud's Tear Night-Light. Watch as peaceful rain-like droplets fall from the crystal ball onto the illuminated cloud below, creating a tranquil ambiance in any space. Let the tranquility of this unique piece envelop you in a beautiful and serene atmosphere!

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
So cute!! Love it!!

I bought the rain cloud one for my birthday and I love it. It’s really cute and gives a cozy ambience. It makes a great a nightlight too. It’s perfect to give as a gift. Comes with the crystal ball, cord, stand and remote. Really great quality. You can change the color and mode. The crystal ball is perfectly clear but in my video it doesn’t really do it justice. Would definitely recommend buying one.

L. Barton
Lovely gift for a pluviophile

I am a pluviophile (which means I love - and I mean I really really LOVE - the rain) and bought this for myself. I keep it on my nightstand and plugged into a timer so that it goes off after I go to sleep. I just find it very comforting to look at. The only thing I don’t like about it is that at some angles the image looks hazy and smudgy, which I think is a result of how the image inside reflects light.