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u/aka_____ · 6 pointsr/BabyBumps

Posting as an update because we finally finished the toddler bed project and I actually got around to taking some better photos. This took us way too long to complete but I'm so proud of how it came out, especially given our tight budget.

Link to the original post.

I actually also just found out I'm expecting again due July 2020 so I'd love any tips on shared infant/toddler rooms! So far I plan to move the little table into our office, then move the tent into the corner the table currently is, so that the crib (same one from the original post) can go where the tent is now.

Top Five Product/Gear List (hasn't changed, so I'll just copy/paste)

1. Crib: IKEA

I know a lot of people choose this crib for budget reasons, but I honestly prefer its simplicity to many others I’ve seen that cost 2-6x as much. It’s a great minimalist nursery pick and you can’t beat the price.

2. Book Baskets: Amazon

We have these same ones in our kitchen as fruit baskets, and I mainly like that they match. But they also hold a lot of books, which is great. I think I might add a fourth basket because we’re currently at capacity.

3. Wall Decals: Amazon

These were super easy to apply and one pack was the exact quantity that I needed for the whole wall, which made my OCD happy.

4. Hatch Baby Rest: Amazon

This was a gift from my dad last xmas and I honestly wish I had set it up sooner (we were pretty short on space with the renovations in progress). I love that I can control it from my phone and I’m excited for the “time to rise” feature as she gets older.

5. Tent: DIY Tutorial

I followed this tutorial for the main frame, but I wanted a more minimal look for the fabric portion so just made some simple channels for the dowels to pass through at the bottom. I also added some holes near the top to pass a string through and secured it with wood beads, to prevent it from splaying open too far and collapsing. This project requires beginner sewing and woodshop skills, but the end result is awesome. This was our birthday gift to our daughter and she loves it so far.

u/MiaMae · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

My little guy is 3months old :) Here is my list of life-savers!

  • Halo Sleep Sacks: These are amazing! My LO can break out of muslin blankets like Chris Farley from a little coat. Then he'd proceed to get cold hands or jerk awake all throughout the night resulting in awful sleep. Now he gets excited when we put him in it and he sleeps through the night (7-9 hours).

  • Millions of burp cloths!: I used Gerber cloth diapers for this purpose. Inexpensive, light weight, easy to pack and absorbent.

  • Soothies: I know this is a debated topic whether you should introduce your baby to pacifiers or not, but we did (and I was exclusively breastfeeding) and we found it's just enough to keep him soothed on car trips and when getting a little fussy, without needing to constantly feed.

  • Ergo Carrier: We used this from day 1! It was wonderful with the infant insert to have our freedom of both hands but keep our little guy comforted and warm. He loves it.

  • Piano play gym: Our son loves this thing! It's got a little mirror and a kick piano at the bottom and lots of loops to hook your own dangling toys from (we use Lamaze toys for this). He loves looking up at himself and it's definitely strengthened his legs and helps his hand-eye coordination as he reaches out for the toys.

  • Jungle Jumperoo: Ok, this thing is hideous and big. It's a space-hog, it's obnoxiously colored and awful to look at for a natural, minimalistic family (it was a hand-me-down). But .. it's amazing for helping his neck! We put him in it around 2.5 months (a little early) but it's easy to prop a bottle on it to feed him and it keeps him off his back (and head for those mothers trying to prevent flat-head) and he loves bouncing in it. His neck muscles have strengthened triple-fold since we started putting him in it for lengths of time. He sits next to his daddy's desk and they hang out together.

    And my favorite buy! ....

  • It's an aroraborialis projector. My son is obsessed with it!! We put it on when he's hanging out in his crib or being changed. If he's super fussy and nothing will soothe him, we'll bring him in his room, shut the lights and put this on. It's gorgeous and it immediately takes his attention off of being upset. The whole room is filled with teals, blues, purples and red. It's the coolest thing I bought for him, hands down, and it's not even a baby item!

u/blinkeredlights · 32 pointsr/BabyBumps

Here are a couple more pictures.

Top Five that money can buy:

  1. Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 crib. I’ve seen this crib in lots of nursery pics. It is easy to put together and sturdy. We picked ours up off Facebook Marketplace for $125, including the conversion kit.

  2. Hatch Rest sound machine and night light. we got a chance to trial run this little gadget a couple days ago when a friend’s toddler napped at our house. It was nice being able to change the sounds and light colors and turn up the sound using an app on my phone. Toddler was fussing and we turned up the sound a little and he went to sleep! Magic!

  3. Jellycat stuffed animals. They are just so cute. I give one to all the new babies in my life. My brother and SIL gifted this baby with one.

  4. Ubbi diaper pail. I don’t have experience using it, but it calms my nerves about poop. 🤷‍♀️

  5. Nambe photo frame. This was a gift. It is the sweetest little frame ever and not something I think I would have splurged on for myself, but seeing it in person, I think it would be an amazing gift for new parents and even worth buying for yourself. It’s so precious.

    Top Five that money can’t buy:

  6. The quilt hanging in the wall was made by my great grandmother and was my baby quilt! My mom surprised me with it at my shower.

  7. The framed art and picture. The top is a painting of baby garibaldis (sooooo cute!), which is the state fish of California. The bottom is a photo of my husband riding on his dad’s shoulders as a toddler.

  8. This book collection. We asked people to just gift baby with a book (they gave us soooo much more in addition), and we ended up with the most wonderful collection of funny and sweet books that will continue to remind us that we have an amazing family and network of friends.

  9. Box full of Beany Babies. Sentimental gift to baby from my mom.

  10. The yellow giraffe basket. My best friend gave us this and told me that she had bought when I was pregnant the first time (with a baby I lost to miscarriage). For some reason it just makes me so happy that there’s something meant for that baby in this room. ❤️🌈
u/Noisefighters · 9 pointsr/gundeals

Hi Reddit,

This is Neal & Jeff, the guys behind Noisefighters and the recently successful Kickstarter for SightLines: Headset Cushions with Zero Eyewear Interference. We stopped by here last Monday to debut our product for the first time after Kickstarter, and the response we received was incredible. In sixteen hours, we sold as many gel cups as we planned on for one month. That’s insane, but we had a hunch that r/gundeals folks would like our new product.

Some people have already posted their reviews on the other r/gundeals page, but if you have anything to say, good or bad, about our products and customer service, we’d love to see it added to our new Amazon product page that will have inventory available soon and ready to ship via Prime.

We have just a few pairs of HL Impact Sport-compatible gel cups available before our next resupply at the end of the month, and we wanted to see if anybody missed out on the sale last time or needed another pair at a nice discount. We ship quickly.

For background: our new design of gel cups has a relief cut up top that allows glasses / eyepro to slide through without breaking the noise barrier nor being crushed against your head. No more headaches, less noise, and better sound isolation are the big differences between our gel cups and competing designs. It's a huge improvement in both comfort and hearing protection. Please check out the reviews by MilitaryMorons and SOFREP’s review team (via Loadout Room), collected here for further confirmation that we’ve made something new and actually worth your hard-earned cash. Also, thanks again for getting us on that really funny segment on The Gun Collective.

FYI, Neal is the Marine behind Sintercore and normally posts here as u/sintercore, so please check out his post history if you’d like to see his involvement in the r/gundeals community. Jeff is the owner of Dynamic Machine. Neal and Jeff have partnered since 2013 on projects like the Tripwire ambi charging handle and other assorted gizmos. You can follow us on our Instagram and e-mail us at with any questions.

Neal will be here all day and is available to answer questions, respond to feedback, and explain why Marines love Crayons so much. Jeff is on call for any questions about machining / injection molding / coffee roasting (it’s a science, not an art).

We’re still working on the injection molds for the snap-in plates for the Sordins / Razors / ComTacs / etc. They should be ready by the end of this month if things go as planned. Any funds raised right now will just go right back into the development costs. Your help is appreciated.

We’re happy to answer any questions you have or just shoot the shit. Thanks for letting us crash the place! -NF team

u/0bv10u5thr0w4w4y · 4 pointsr/BabyBumps

Top 5 Favorites!

  1. Crib mattress! We did tons of research and ended up going with this one based on reviews and affordability.

  2. Not really pictured well in photo because it's folded up, but I'm so excited about this portable pack and play! Fisher Price On the Go Baby Dome:

  3. 4 Moms Momaroo Swing, I got this secondhand for like $35.

  4. Baby ballpit/ activity mat. Another registry gift I was so excited to receive! It is an activity mat with sides to contain baby and also has balls to play with for when she's older.

  5. Hatch Sound Machine and Night Light - this thing is AWESOME. There's an app so you can control it from your phone, it plays music and white noise sounds, it has calming lights to light up nursery, and there's also a tap on/ tap off feature. We've been using it already!

    I hope you guys like my bumblebee nursery! Most of the stuff was secondhand/ hand me downs other than what we got for the baby shower. The thing I'm most proud of is the decorations above the crib. The flowers were my husband's idea! I hot glued sparkly scrapbook bee stickers into them and also painted the sign. The honeycomb decor by the couch didn't turn out quite as well as I hoped but I'm still proud! And the "sweet as can bee" sign that's hard to see on the bedside table was hand painted by one of my childhood friends, I can't believe how adorable it is!

    Now we're just missing a baby!
u/thelefthelix · 1 pointr/BeardedDragons

First things first, how large is the tank you have? For a juvenile, you will need a minimum of a 20 gallon. These guys grow fast when kept properly and well fed, so you can expect him to outgrow that within a few months. Do keep an eye on craigslist and other similar sites, or even check around with local aquarium supply stores when you're looking to upgrade him. (They may give you a really good deal on a lightly damaged tank because it won't hold water, but is in good condition for a reptile.)

For the light, it looks like the one you've linked might have a plastic base. For heat lamps, it's best to go with something that has a heat resistant base such as this. You do not have to get this one specifically, just remember to look for something with a ceramic/porcelain or otherwise heat tolerant base.

As for the decor, it is perfectly fine to use things you've found outside, as long as you've sanitized them thoroughly. Here is a pretty good article on sanitizing wood for use in your dragon's enclosure. Rocks can be cleaned in a similar manner, but as a warning do not bake rocks. However unlikely it may be, some rocks can explode when baked if there is moisture inside them.

Finally, I want to note that young dragons can get very expensive to feed. When they're small, there are fewer safe prey items to feed opposed to an adult, and their diet should largely consist of protein. Pellet diets can be added as a supplement but they should not be fed these exclusively or to replace either part of their diet, and it often takes work to get them to eat it. I would definitely suggest keeping an eye on your local craigslist and see if you can adopt an adult, they are much easier on the wallet and you get to help a dragon in need.

Best of luck!

u/CharPeiMama · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

So this is baby # 2 and we were all about the hand me downs this time around. Would’ve liked to paint but we rent and I didn’t feel like dealing with all that. We did have a baby sprinkle and scored some big ticket items like a double stroller, infant car seat, diapers, and swing. First time mamas, let me encourage you to buy secondhand. I could’ve saved literally over a $1,000 on my first born’s nursery had I been a little more open to used items. IMO, both nurseries are just as nice except this one was substantially cheaper to create.

Not easily seen from my poor quality video are Babar prints. If you can just look past the fact that it’s a story endorsing French imperialism, one can’t resist having an elephant nursery without Babar the elephant!

Top five items:

1.) Secondhand IKEA crib; my friend used this with all three of her kids. It is the Snigler crib. Super basic but super reliable.

2.) Dresser: secondhand, purchased on Facebook marketplace. Also has changing table topper but we omitted using that and just secured the changing pad to back of dresser.

3.) Elephant decals: Wall Pops WPK0841 WPK0841 Tag...

LUCKKYY Elephant Family Wall Decal Removable Vinyl Wall Art Elephant Bubbles Wall Stickers Baby Nursery Wall Decor (Grey)

4.) Hatch sound machine: we used this with our first (still do) and it was a sleep game changer. In my opinion, the best white noise machine on market. Also doubles as an ok to wake clock and is operable from your smart phone!

Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Night Light and Time-to-Rise

5.) Ubbi diaper pail: we’ve tried several diaper pails over the years and this is the most smell proof and easy to use. It has a lock mechanism to prevent curious hands from digging through dirty diapers and can use regular garbage bags.

Ubbi Steel Odor Locking, No Special Bag Required Money Saving, Awards-Winning, Modern Design Registry Must-Have Diaper Pail, Gray

u/SGRainz · 2 pointsr/reptiles

So I don’t know exactly how much I’ve spent on my beardie since he was given to me with almost everything I needed to care for him, but I can give you the basics.

First off, for the flooring you can use paper towels to start, or contact cabinet paper that can be found at a dollar tree. I don’t think tile is that expensive, but if you’re unable to get some at the moment those work just fine. I also suggest covering the back and sides of the tank so the beardie doesn’t see its reflection and get stressed

You’ll need at least one hide on the cooler side, which can be made from something as simple as a small cardboard box with a hole cut in it or some bricks that are arranged into a cave-like hide

A basking area can be made from bricks purchased at Lowe’s or Home Depot, or if you choose to use any driftwood/rocks you find just make sure you clean them properly

Calcium powder is also extremely important to help your beardie not develop MBD. I’m part of a Facebook bearded dragon group that suggests this brand sprinkled over greens/bugs three times a week: I poke some holes in the paper lid with a toothpick to create a shaker-type deal so I’m not wasting any calcium

I think one of the most expensive parts is the UVB light since they can get pretty pricey, and since they need to be changed every six months. Here’s an 18”, along with a fixture that could be used, but obviously with a longer tank you’ll need a longer size: again, I usually stay away from reptile brands for things such as fixtures because the cheaper version works better and lasts longer. The T8 bulb needs to be hooked into the tank, which I use zip ties to the lid but Velcro to the side also works, as long as it’s 12” away from the basking area

Heat lamp with dimmer:

Pack of 90w flood lights (make sure they’re halogen, not LED):

Digital temp gun:

Light timer for both lights:

Vet bills and fecal tests can be pricey as well, depending on where you live. My last vet appointment with mine, which did include a test for parasites, cost around $300

While I don’t know how much I’ve spent on my beardie, I can safely estimate it’s $700+, give or take a bit. One of the most expensive is buying the greens and bugs for him. I’m growing a garden to feed him but since it’s not ready yet, I have to constantly buy him collards, turnip and mustard greens, along with various fruits and veggies which can go bad very quickly. I’m in the process of looking into buying his superworms online where you can get a better deal, but at the moment I’m paying 100 for $10 at my local exotic pet shop, which he goes through quickly.

I don’t know how old you are, but if you say you’re not old enough to properly take care of a reptile I would wait a few years or so until you get another. Bearded dragons, while more of a beginner reptile than others, still require a lot of time and effort to make sure they stay healthy. I would recommend doing a lot research throughout the next few months (look at multiple sources, don’t just listen to people at a pet store because often they don’t know what they’re talking about), and if possible, perhaps slowly start gathering the needed supplies in order to properly care for one

I hope I covered everything since reddit refreshed and deleted my first response before I finished, but if you have any more questions you can always message me (:

u/SwampYankeeMatriarch · 3 pointsr/mentalhealth

Honestly, I've thought about the bed pop-tent (the 2nd option) before. It's actually bigger than the expensive version. I think the pricier version is mostly a rip-off, anyway. It's pretty small, would get old fast, doesn't allow for sitting up, and would take up a ton of space. A lot of the high-end features (mood lighting, soft cushions, soundscape) are super easy to simulate.

Here are some possible ways to simulate the same environment in a bed or closet. All of these options helped get me through a rough bout with post-partum depression:

  • I highly recommend for the world's most comforting and huge variety of white noise, nature sounds, tonal drones, and binaural sounds. Free! I use it so often that I ended up donating, which I never do.

  • Amazon has lots of cheap options for mood lights that project colors and ocean waves, with speaker hookups to play sounds through your laptop or phone. This one looks promising, but there are a lot of options.

  • A cool mist essential oil diffuser can add aromatherapy. I have something similar to this next to my bed.

  • Finally, you could invest in the comfiest possible bedding. A feather bolster, down comforter, excellent pillows, etc.

    With the combination of the above, you could probably have a much nicer, more personalized "sanctuary" for much less than the pod costs. You could also think about hanging pretty bedcurtains, draping twinkle lights or silk flowers, or other touches that appeal to you. Also try /r/cozyplaces for some cool inspiration. Good luck!
u/kettles · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

These are all things that not only I love but a lot of people in my bumper month group really liked as well, and that I didn't think to ask for in my registry and wish I did:

VAVA nightlight
USB charged, this touch operated nightlight was my best friend in the hospital and at home for late night feeding

Love to Dream swaddle
Amazing swaddle that's super easy to use and lets baby self soothe with their hands

Merlins magic sleepsuit
When baby outgrows swaddling (which happens fast!) this helps muffle the startle reflex to keep baby asleep.

hushh portable sound machine
Basically the only way I get any sleep

beaming buggy
Plays music, lights up and has white noise. Somehow is total magic.

Oball toys
Because there's always someone who wants to just buy toys and these are great for small hands

u/KittenAnne · 0 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1.) So I have been in lust with this bed but since it isn't on Amazon .... Let's go with this bed because this is my old bed before I had a baby - I loved this bed (mine was king sized) so much.

2.) Well this is great for sharing in bed ;) but I never seem to sleep immediately afterwards.

3.) you can never go wrong with yummy sushi pajamas

4.) I WANT THIS NIGHTLIGHT SO BAD!!! I love the fact that you can take the balls off and move them around!

5.) I found that one of the best way to help the baby and me sleep is to be close next to each other

And I am going to Guess Panda

She used to say she could taste sleep and that it was as delicious as a BLT on fresh French bread.

u/jayar95 · 2 pointsr/MDMA

For me lighting is the most important. I love this thing, but I have to buy a new one after each use because the manufacturing sucks THAT bad. Candles, lava lamps, LED lights. Be creative and create an ambiance.

Also, lots of pillows, hyper comfy blankets. Like (expensive (pro tip: go to home goods and they are magically cheap)) fur ones. Girls love that shit.

Music is a must obviously. Get music that you both love. Decide beforehand if you want sweet sensual love making, or crazy make-my-ass-bleed-daddy sex. Then curate a playlist to that mood.

I guess what I'm trying to say is, for me, setting has always been the most important factor.

I love giving my SO oily massages. I warm up some massage oil, then give her a slow sensual full body massage. Drives her crazy. Eventually we get more into and I use my body to massage hers. That's when she starts going nuts, I never get to finish the massage...

Also while rolling is a fun way to to explore new fantasies. My SO and I are always revealing new fantasies to eachother. I like to surprise her when we roll with some new toys / equipment.

u/DannyLumpy · 2 pointsr/TripCaves

I love the tapestries! As for lighting I think even just plain string / christmas lights would do a lot. I think I may honestly recommend just trying some of these first and then moving on to more if you aren't satisfied. You could probably get some good ones from stores for cheap if you're willing to get a little halloweeny. Otherwise, I just got a bunch from 1000bulbs which were super cheap. They probably aren't great quality, but they've lasted the 3 weeks I've had them pretty well. For strips I've been very satisfied with my $12 Walmart light strips. If you want something more I know a lot of people like projectors like this night sky one or this wave one that I think could both look pretty good there.

u/KaNikki · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

  1. this bed just looks so damn comfortable. Like you could just fall into it.

  2. graham crackers and milk are so tasty and great for a midnight snack!

  3. these adorable sleeping cat pajamas even have matching slippers.

  4. I personally prefer the dark, but this looks like a beautiful night light to fall asleep to, especially for anyone who likes the ocean.

  5. if the baby shusher doesn't work, play the baby some 80's music

    “She used to say she could taste sleep and that it was as delicious as a BLT on fresh French bread.”

    Thanks for the contest!
u/vitaeviridis · 3 pointsr/houseplants

First things first: GORGEOUS plant room! I'm a tad envious :)

Heat issues: if your windows are single-pane glass, you're going to suffer heat loss no matter what you do. Maybe next year's budget could include double-pane insulated windows? Those have made a huge difference in our house's energy efficiency.

One thing that's worked well for me is an [oil-filled radiator] ( They're relatively inexpensive, fairly energy efficient, and do a great job warming up a room. Our cats spend most of their day huddled around ours! If you're willing to spend a little extra, you can get a programmable one so you don't have to turn it on/off all the time. They roll away tidily during the warm season, and are virtually indestructible - your kids will inherit it.

You could try hanging [clamp lights] ( over your plants, but I don't think this is going to be any more efficient (space, energy cost, materials expense) than an oil filled radiator. A combo of full spectrum and infrared heat bulbs will provide heat and some extra light on dark days, but you're probably going to need at least 10 to cover all your plants. Also, you'll have to monitor plant reactions to make sure they don't get "sunburned."

Hope these ideas help; good luck!

u/MelodramaticMe · 1 pointr/BeardedDragons

I see you got the paper up! Hopefully that will help. :)

I don't know if that particular fixture has a feature that you need, but if you are just looking for a fixture to use with the 18 inch Reptisun, here are some cheaper options: Home Depot, Amazon, Lowe's.

Thank you for reminding me about the Petco sale! I need to pick up some tanks while it's going on.

Please confirm for me that you are using this calcium supplement, and not this multivitamin in a calcium base.

It's possible that some of Ryuu's issues are due to a vitamin deficiency. This article touches on the subject. In addition to the calcium w/D3 five times per week (a pinch once a day), you should start giving him a multivitamin (as soon as possible). He should get the multivitamin twice a week (a pinch once a day). I recommend Herptivite as it uses a safe form of vitamin A. Petsmart carries it in stores (as least around here).

u/Mind_Flowers · 2 pointsr/MDMA

This is the "northern lights" projector that I mentioned in my post

SOAIY Color Changing Led Night Light Lamp & Realistic Aurora Star Borealis Projector, Perfect for Children and Adults as Sleep Aid Light, Decorative Light, Mood Light in Kids Room, Bedroom, Living Room

This is the light that will be on the ceiling in the dance room.

1byone O00QS-0060 8.6" Crystal Super LED Stage Light with Sound Activated & Dmx512 Control

Also saw these and thought I'd buy them and hand them out as well. Since there's 18 of them I figured it was a great deal

18.5" Multicolor LED Flashing Light Effect Sticks Color Changing Strobe Foam Baton for Partys, Festival Supplies, Raves, Birthdays, Children Toy (18 Pack) by Super Z Outlet®

Check out the reviews. They all have videos posted by customers.

u/Hollyingrd6 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Well my biggest suggestion would be to try different types of music or put or a soothing noise like an ocean wave. Or maybe an aura nightlight would help. As for music this is a long shot but have you tried something classical based like Professor Layton Or I've heard some babies like music with a strong beat to it that resembles a heartbeat, so maybe try a strong drumming song.

u/kerida1 · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We use this one
Mirari OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light
He accepted it pretty easily because he loved the light up and little smile the clock did. We set it to show him what to look for and when the light went on we did a little dance saying ooooo he is smiling and dancing ready to wake up! My neighbor has a 2.5 yr old and just had a baby and she uses an okay to wake too but hers changes the color for when it is time to wake. My kid likes it dark so the Mirari works great for him since it only lights up when it is time to get up.
This is what my neighbor uses
Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Night Light and Time-to-Rise

u/sailingllamas · 9 pointsr/BabyBumps

As of today I'm 39 weeks and our nursery is complete! The quilt was handmade by my husband's late grandmother, the crocheted blanket and punch needle embroidery piece was made by me, and the orange abstract print was made my husband during his time in undergrad BFA.

I've loved seeing everyone's nurseries come together over the last few months while I've followed this sub. Good luck to all those still working on theirs :)

A few more pictures here:

Favorite products

1 Second hand Dutailier glider from FB marketplace

2 Skip Hop changing mat Skip Hop Changing Pad: Nursery Style, Easy-Clean Cushioned Foam Diaper Changing Pad

3 Hatch Baby Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Night Light and Time-to-Rise

4 Happiest Baby Snoo Sleeper

5 Alex Rug Pottery Barn

u/manmachine87 · 3 pointsr/Septemberbumpers2017

I got this wrap last week and it's really great and easy to use. The ergobaby is too big for a newborn even with the insert. She doesn't like it. She loves the wrap though and sleeps the whole time she's in it! This night light. It's rechargeable. You just tap it and you can dim it. Also has two light settings. A warmer light and a whiter light. Perfect for all those night feeds!

What else... A billion burp cloths. Mats for the changing pad so we don't have change the cover as frequently. Thicker receiving blankets for swaddling rather than the muslin ones. They're so much easier to swaddle with because they're smaller and thicker. The muslin cloths are good to have around for other things though.

That's all I can think of for now besides the obvious stuff.

u/dailyblumpkins · 5 pointsr/LSD

I've downloaded Electric Sheep which is a pretty damn good visualizer, and I've got this sweet ass tapestry with this sweet ass light, and when you put the light on the auto cycle through all the colors, it plays with the colors on the tapestry and it fucking morphs and it's ridiculous. then as for tunes I'll throw on some Boards of Canada, Starfucker, Grateful Dead or lately if I'm really trying to get weird I'll throw on some Gnod or Mr. Elevator and the Brain Hotel or some really old Floyd.

I'll also watch one of a few movies, Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away and for some odd reason, my friends and I have had a trip tradition of watching ninja assassin because it's visually nuts and there's not too much to keep up with story wise. I also watched some it's always sunny, which was pretty much the funniest thing that has ever happened to me at the time. I only got through one episode (Chardee MacDennis: The Game of Games) before I really felt the need to go for a walk.

I can't game very well, I tried playing halo 2 and all I did was walk around the first level and not shoot anyone. Geometry wars was pretty cool though.

But to be honest don't work on staying focused on anything, I just let the weird take me where it takes me

u/FancyWeather · 6 pointsr/BabyBumps

Keep supplies within reach of the changing station. In my experience you can’t really step away or lock the baby down. I use a dresser and the top drawer is diapers and supplies and it works great. I keep wipes on top. A regular trash can with a lid has worked fine so far but we need to empty it daily or every other day to keep the smell at bay (just on breastmilk so far).

Definitely get blackout curtains.

We like this nightlight. It taps on and off and is portable/rechargeable. And adjustable.

VAVA Night Lights for Kids, LED Nursery Lamp with Free Stickers, Safe ABS+PP, Adjustable Brightness Warm White/Cool White, 80 Hours Runtime

u/Kevmonator · 4 pointsr/daddit

This is what worked for us when our son started that phase:
Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Night Light and Time-to-Rise

We programmed it to be red during his "sleeping time" and used different colors for when it was ok to get up/ask to cuddle etc, and essentially told him that when it's red it's time to stay in bed unless you have to go potty. Took a couple weeks of "your light is red, go back to bed", but then worked like a charm. Not sure if it'll work with others, just thought I'd share. Good luck!

u/brutimus · 2 pointsr/vandwellers

Thanks! It's a Birch butcher block countertop I picked up from IKEA. My counter sizes worked out (purely luck) so that I cut the countertop to fit each side and only had about 3in leftover.

Overhead cabinets are mounted via plusnuts in the roof ribs and along the wall. I selected some holes I thought looks good for mounting, installed the plusnuts, templated out the hole locations on cardboard, then applied that to a piece of wood that I could start framing the cabinets from. All my wood joinery is done with a Kreg jig.

Lights are these: I bought a lot of puck lights and returned a lot of puck lights before finally settling on these. They're super thin, surface mount, 12v and dimmable. They put out a nice warmish light. I put a couple in my last build as sort of a test and was really happy with them and am planning to use these primarily in the new build.

u/thecatladykatie · 4 pointsr/makeuporganization

Sorry to interject but I have the same exact set up you do and bought some lights on Amazon that stick to the mirror that I absolutely love. They help with my crappy guest room lighting quite a bit!

This is my vanity immediately after setting up the lights (turned on):

This is a better picture of the mirror (daylight, lights off):

The lights have a touch-dimmer that I used a 3M strip to attach to the side of my mirror and I love it!!

These are the lights I bought:

u/more_load_comments · 1 pointr/IndoorGarden

Thanks! I'll check on the bulb. Something like a 6200K 23 watt I think. Daylight with blue end mostly. CFL to keep heat at 80 deg works perfect at 10 inches away. About 10 bucks on amazon plus another 10 for the reflector is best I could find. Will get a 2800k for the peppers and tomatoes to induce flowering after I get them on the hydro for a month or two. The lettuce stays on blueish since it's all veg growth you want.


u/Batman_the_Brony · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Not sure if this counts, but I'm getting it for my boyfriends birthday...

  2. Simon Pegg is English, Game of Thrones is English, and I need a beanie

  3. I will write a book on this and I'll read it? God, I'm sorry, This is horrible.

  4. Ha! Bet you weren't expecting these, were you?

  5. I need a new flash drive...

  6. The Knight Bus is purple.

  7. A game.

  8. I love steampunk.

  9. A Dremel

  10. Triforce key chain.

  11. I can organize my DnD dice?

  12. DnD is a hobby. Right?

  13. This is kinda nerdy...

  14. Turtles are totally natural.

  15. Cthulu is very green.

  16. Shirt

  17. I find this funny

  18. I'm still scared of the dark, and I could string these together as beads...

  19. I can cut down some trees?

  20. I need one of these


    Happy happy cakeday!!!!!

u/svwiv · 4 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Hey guys! So I've been building my vanity for a few months and just needed some good lights. I had a lot of product and it was disorganised, and now everything is within reachable distance, thanks to your suggestions.

I wanted to share it since in case someone else needed inspo for a custom vanity that didn't cost an arm and a leg. It cost about $250 for everything, and I'll list the products, prices, and where I got them below:

Vanity: ($169.00)

Mirror: ($19.99)

Lights: ($22.99)

Acrylic Cosmetics Organiser: (about $40 for 2)
I could find the original, since I picked them up at TJ Maxx, but identical products can be found on Amazon

EDIT: Thought I'd add some pros and cons as well. The downside of the vanity is, there are about 3 inches of drawer space that don't pull out, so I use them to store boxed lashes in the back, as well as my boxes of rings and chokers since I don't wear a lot of jewelry.
The Morphe palettes I have are large, so you can see I've placed them on top of the organiser, since I reach for them a lot.
The vanity also has a glass top, so it's good because it's easier to clean and you can slide photos under it of you want. It's also great because the wood doesn't get damaged from wear and tear or spills.
I also keep my brushes organised by face/eyes - they're just all dirty right now 😭
I also have a separate rack where I keep my serums and liquid foundations/primers since I like to keep them upright (it's just to the side so the area remains decluttered).

u/BasicBrewing · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Battery powered motion lights? Would have to change batteries as needed. Not stylish enough maybe (although being a new parent, learn that function is going ot have to overtake fashion real soon)

Motion light bulb? No batteries, but requires you leave the light switch on. Also likely dependent on the fixture you have in the hall. There are options on entire new fixtures, too, which probably look better (or at least less obvious), but a little bite more work to install.

Motion ligh switch. Would only work if you are near the switch, though (not sure what "easy access in the dark" means). You could install this yourself, its 3 or 4 wires tops.

Motion may not be the way to go if you have pets

u/mndjhnsn · 8 pointsr/BabyBumps

I purchased two of these egg night lights. They light up with a tap and are rechargeable and portal. I keep one in my room so I can see her when I get her in the bassinet, and one in the nursery for feeding and diaper changes. They have been a lifesaver in the middle of the night.

VAVA VA-HP008 Night Lights for Kids, LED Nursery Lamp with Free Stickers, Safe ABS+PC, Adjustable Brightness, 80 Hours Runtime, Cool Warm White

u/swalker09 · 2 pointsr/parentsofmultiples

Just something to consider: music actually stimulates babies, not necessarily helps them sleep. If you want something to help them sleep, a white noise sound machine is the way to go. Pretty much any sleep training guide you can find will recommend one.

We love our Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine. It doubles as a nightlight with different colors supposedly helping for different stages of the day or sleep and has a ton of white noise options as well as music so you have the option of sleep or stimulation.

u/im_a_unicorn_bitches · 3 pointsr/Psychonaut

Right! Lol
In all fairness, it seems to be more about your state of mind when you take shrooms. I'm supposed be giving it a try next week and I'm currently making my spare room (where I plan to consume) a happy place. More pretty tapestries and a light 😁

Edit: inserted link to the light I bought. It's not a strobe light 🙃

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/BeardedDragons

Here is a thread that describes how to set up the lighting.

Is the 82F the basking spot or just the ambient temp on that side of the cage? You want the basking spot to be 105-110F for a baby. You can getting a higher wattage bulb - you can buy regular incandescent bulbs instead of the reptile ones if cost is an issue, just make sure it is not coated with any color like the Reveal bulbs.

Actually, I'm a little confused. The UVB is normally a fluorescent coil (which is bad) or a tube (only some brands are ideal for beardies). If you are using a regular CFL bulb for heat, you won't get very far as they don't put off much heat. You want this UVB bulb, this fixture works with it and can be found at Walmart for about $8 in the lightbulb aisle, and you need a bulb for heat as described above.

Let me know if you need more assistance. You might want to read the Care Guide in the side bar that merlyn wrote - it is very good.

u/god_loves_a_lefty · 1 pointr/daddit

One of my take aways from the books was establishing connections between sleep and environment. Happiest baby recommended always using white noise for naps/sleeping because it’s soothing for babies and creates a healthy sleep association. Like being in a darkened room or swaddled. Basically you wouldn’t want to do any of these associations during alert time because it would confuse them, but naps and deep sleep you want to use similar triggers. Adding things like a bath or massage to the bedtime routine will help them learn more about the difference between naps and nighttime sleep. We use this

It’s a little more expensive but has Bluetooth so I can adjust while she’s in my lap, timers, and an adjustable nightlight.

u/SouthernMarylander · 1 pointr/battlestations

I have cheap LED strips behind my work monitors for bias lighting, Philips Hue strips behind my television, and a Philips Hue Bloom behind my home monitor. Personally, I am unlikely to ever buy light strips again and will almost certainly only use some kind of lamp in the future for the ability to move them around more easily. I like the Philips Hue light bars for this in the future, though they're expensive. If you need to keep it under $20, then pretty much any random strip from Amazon with one of those little dedicated remotes will be about the same as any other.

u/fiddy2014 · 1 pointr/MakeupAddiction

I bought these lights to put on my vanity and they’re amazing! Super bright and mimics natural lighting really well! I also have a ring light mirror from Vanity Planet that has 3 different light settings which I like a lot, but I have to get up kinda close to it to be as bright as I want. It works well along with the Vanity lights though!

u/masamunecyrus · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Are you talking about these? I just got some Mr. Beams motion sensing lights for my closet, and they work pretty nicely. Mr. Beams also makes these night lights. I imagine they should be good.

Otherwise, I'd go with /u/fivethirds's suggestion. I personally have some GE branded version of those, and I like them. As (s)he said, they're basically just like a giant indiglo watch face. There is literally just enough light to not step on something, and nothing more.

u/drewtangclan · 5 pointsr/Drugs

My little brother bought this multicolor light projector on amazon, and it's amazing

Also, not sure what your budget is, but the Philips Hue lighting system is pretty incredible: here's the official website, and here's an awesome demonstration video

u/DrunkHouseWife · 2 pointsr/hydro

Lettuce likes cooler temps and needs less light than veggies. But you'll need more than just a bulb or two. If you want to use CFLs and keep it cheap, you can use a couple brooder lamps with splitters. Each lamp will hold 2 bulbs - one at 2700k and the other at 6500k. This will provide a broader spectrum and I've found it's perfectly adequate for lettuce. The number of lamps you need will depend in how many plants you have. You need to have every part of the plant illuminated and keep the bulbs pretty close to the leaves.

u/soretits · 1 pointr/ElectricForest

Which led dome do you use? I just got a led "light show" thing that actually looks like it has awesome visuals. I'm awaiting an Amazon delivery to make the final verdict, but I'm stoked to have a cool camp light this year. Last year our camp didn't have anything but cell phones for light. Bad idea. The only visitors we got were people coming in when we werent there and stealing our alcohol. This was at a different festival though so I think this year will be better in that regard.

u/takeaseatplease · 3 pointsr/MDMA

SOAIY Sleep Soother Aurora Projection LED Night Light Lamp with 8 Lighting Mode & Speaker, Relaxing Light Show for Baby Kids and Adults, Mood Light for Baby Nursery Bedroom Living Room (Black)
My boyfriend got me one of these for my bday this year. It works great and looks completely awesome when rolling.

u/binaryDispensary · 1 pointr/TripCaves

Thoughts on this newer model? Not sure if it’s worth it considering I have a speaker already, but it says best seller and I really like the slow and intricate movement in OP’s video.

u/OhCrapImBusted · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I put them in the darker corners of my yard and everywhere around the house! Game changer! The three AAA batteries they require last nearly a full year, and the mounting options are myriad!

They aren't truly "waterproof", but I've had great luck with them in semi-dry locations- under the deck above the downstairs patio, along paths on rocks and posts, both on the outside of, and in storage sheds, etc.

Edit: These are the lights I'm talking about.

u/myfriendsareweird · 2 pointsr/LSD

Thanks! The blue one with the little green stars is my favorite too. It’s the skylite. Bought it off amazon for around 40$ one of the best purchases I’ve ever made

u/brainsandstuff · 3 pointsr/Watches

Congratulations! I became a dad over the summer and remember the dark hallway walks well. Do yourself a favor and pick up a set or two of these motion sensing lights. They're really nice and result in far fewer stubbed toes.

u/dvanderbeek · 13 pointsr/DIY

They did come with frosted covers, and one is pretty much hidden by the cabinet drawer, but I'll definitely see if I need to do something about the other two. So far they do not seem to bother the dogs, but I appreciate the advice. @cubistninja the amazon link is

u/SavnetSinn · 2 pointsr/BeardedDragons

Really sorry that I've only noticed your reply just now. Hopefully you've figured it all out, but if not, see below for the items I use:

Light Fixture:

ReptiSun 10.0 24":

3mm Mounting Tape:

Remove the plastic shroud and included bulb from the light fixture. Affix a full-length strip of the mounting tape along the back, and place the fixture inside the tank, centered and near the top. You'll have to snake its power cord through the tank's lid. Then pop in the ReptiSun bulb and switch it on. You're good to go, just be sure to replace the bulb roughly every 8-9 months.

I don't have many front-on images of my beardies' tanks, so here's an image of my crafty escape artist using his log and the light fixture to break out.

u/Azuhr · 1 pointr/battlestations

Got it on Amazon, it's pretty great and works surprisingly well.

u/savagemonitor · 1 pointr/Parenting

My wife and I recommend the Hatch Baby Rest:

You can get a sound machine for less BUT I love two things about this: I can control it from my phone without Internet and the company is amazing. The only issue that we've had so far is that the white noise setting fades in and out on our original one. They shipped us a replacement that turned out to be defective and then shipped out a replacement for that defective one. I kept the original one to use as a travel light and will be buying another one after our second child is born.

u/KeepBragginCom · 2 pointsr/Odesza

It’s Phillips Hue lighting and then run through an HDMI sync box lol. Kinda expensive but looks super sick.

These are the lights behind the TV Philips Hue Play White & Color Smart Light, 2 Pack Base kit, Hub Required/Power Supply Included (Works with Amazon Alexa, Apple Homekit & Google Home)

u/H00tyMcB00b · 2 pointsr/makeuporganization

I purchased some from Amazon a year ago and they're still working great! No issues at all and super simple to apply. They have peel and stick adhesive on the back of each one and a dimmer switch as well. Here's a link for them as well as a pic of my daughter's finished vanity. HTH!

Amazon lights

Finished product

u/rusty_panda · 1 pointr/INEEEEDIT

I bought these on Amazon for $12, but it looks like they're on sale for $9 right now. They work great, but I wouldnt use the sticky stuff that comes with them. Took a chunk of paint off the wall when I tried to move it.

u/stopbuffering · 2 pointsr/dogs

I'm a big fan of the company Mr. Beams. I have this light which does a great job at illuminating an entire staircase mounted on the wall near the top step. But I have two young dogs. For an older dog you'd probably want to put a few down the staircase.

A family member has this one which works really well for them on their outside steps.

u/sollutionz · 3 pointsr/TripCaves

Red/Blue Laser

Fog Machine (Need to buy fog juice)

Sky Light

Not super cheap but pretty worth it. Just careful with fogger it can set off fire alarms. We had to cover them with plastic bags and Rubber bands. I would suggest using on the top floor of your house. The lights were Philips hue light bulbs I put in lamps but that isn't really necessary I just like going over the top.

u/-DollFace · 8 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Here's the link to the vanity lights for those who are interested! I am personally super happy with the quality and price.

u/TechnicallyAnIdiot · 39 pointsr/gundeals

The Pro version is also on sale.

Just to head off some comments that will definitely probably happen judging from all the times this was posted before:

The sports don't fit everyone well, they're very head shape dependent. If they don't seal properly they won't work as well.

They don't work at indoor ranges as well as the pros or many other over-the-ear hearing protection because they're only 22 NRR, and again, they may not fit everyone well. (I feel like everyone should at least consider doubling up with inserts and earmuffs for most shooting anyway, in which case your insert is what matters more as far as protection goes, but live however you want).

Turning up the background noise amplification will let you hear conversation pretty well even with foam inserts in.

People really like noisefighter ear pad replacements despite them costing more than the actual earmuffs. That may not be the best link or price, I just linked the first one I found.

u/foggynotion · 4 pointsr/CAchores

Thanks :) You know that scene in the office where micheal is having the party alone in his hotel room? Its usually like that. Found some sweet deals on amazon for the lights -
SOAIY Aurora Night Light Projector <-- this thing is fucking sick for the price

u/I_eat_insects · 1 pointr/DIY

Thanks for all your help! After considering all this, I found a smaller version of this product (here) that uses a single LED to diffuse light. I was thinking about using something like these because they run on regular rechargeable AAs and have the added convenience of a remote.

I'm looking for either one that is larger and brighter or considering arranging 6 of these into a circle. Only concern with the later approach is making sure the light diffuses evenly, but as you mentioned before, we could achieve that by using a strip of plexiglass to wrap around the circumference and adjusting the opacity by lightly sanding it.

I just figured that these solutions would be a bit more convenient and potentially less expensive.

u/TechnikalKP · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

We have these and they work great. They shine the light down so they illuminate the stairs without blinding you at night. Batteries last a month or more with cheap rechargable AA cells. I'm sure they've saved us several falls.


u/MoblieModle · 1 pointr/furry_irl

amazon, fool.

Its great because its basically a rubber bouncy ball with a weight at the bottom like a weeble-wobble, i wouldn’t toss it around because it has an exposed to the outside electronics component for charging etc but it really is great.

u/Flavortown_PD · 17 pointsr/gundeals

Here's a cheapskate tip that nobody asked for:

Throw these into your order. I don't have a small head, but the Leight earpieces are so tall that, with the headband at its shortest, they still sit very low on my ears. Because of this they interfere with cheek weld and the sound seal is easily broken if I move my jaw. Wrapping the headband raises the earpieces just enough to seal properly and be much more comfortable.

Less cheapskate:

Then throw these into your order. I realize you now have a $75 set of ears, but by golly they work well and they're extremely comfortable.

Just my preferences. YMMV.

u/mothstuckinabath · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Sounds like this one I want! Double-tap the top to turn it off and on. Two settings for brightness, and two settings for color - one is normal white and one is warm/soft (i.e. better for nighttime).

u/lastname1015 · 2 pointsr/DIY

I'm looking to get some of these for the same application. I'll have to add a some wire to get some to where they need to be but they will work great.

LE LED Under Cabinet Lighting Kit, 1020lm Puck Lights, 2700K, Warm White, All Accessories Included, Kitchen, Closet Lights, Set of 6

u/thebananza · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

These “puck” lights are a great option with remote. Brilliant Evolution Wireless LED Puck Light 6 Pack With Remote Control

u/tryingketotoTTC · 10 pointsr/beyondthebump

The Hatch Rest. Color and noise, programmable but possible to be on indefinitely, good easy app. here

u/ImYourHuckleberry_78 · 2 pointsr/homeautomation

I dig that above cabinet lighting. Now I have another project lol. I saw some battery LED's on Amazon that look pretty good and control via a remote but I was thinking I'd like to be able to automate them.

Here's what I'm leaning towards just because it looks so easy:

u/long0pig · 2 pointsr/reptiles

Go light on the spinach, this is a good place to start I keep a list of foods in my phone for shopping cause my memory is terrible. Its not a big deal if they miss a day of eating, just don't make it a habit. You need the correct kind of UV lamp iguana needs are different than a lot of other reptiles. with was the cheapest I found, change them about once a year. If you get this lamp remove the clear plastic covering the light. I use blended berry tums as a calcium supplement (vet recommended) no phosphorus, vit A and D3, this is what you want for iguanas. collared greens and dandelion greens are great staples so if you in an area where gardening is easy and have a yard order some seeds, they are cheap and dandelions take very little care. Organic soils and not insecticide or chemicals. It will help with money. If and when you need a vet you might have trouble finding a reptile vet (or exotics vet). This site is wonderful for health issues,, this way you go to the vet having a good idea of what is going on already. Its a lot of information but once you have it down its not hard.

u/KRAZYPOTAT0 · 5 pointsr/FortNiteBR

haha I admit my answer was pretty vague. What I did was I took off the glass lid that came with the jar and replaced it with a puck light that I bought off amazon:

u/Mathochistic · 3 pointsr/breakingmom

It's called the hatch.

And it's pretty awesome.

u/loppsided · 1 pointr/starcitizen

I just picked up the new light bars. They work great, even better than the old AMBX gaming lights I had years back!

u/AtomicFlx · 1 pointr/homeautomation

Of course LED strips or rope will work, but what about colored spotlights instead? Just throw a few around the yard pointed at the house in various Christmas colors and you are done.

If you do install LED strips, I would consider installing them in LED tracks to keep them safer so you dont have as much maintenance (the glue on LED strips sucks donkey balls) and they will look cleaner.

They come in flat

and corner that would work really nicely under rain gutters.

u/tamu_nerd · 1 pointr/homeassistant

I've not done this but have a few thoughts.

  1. LEDs will need to be waterproof (this should be obvious)
  2. Depending on how far the steps are from your home you may want to consider having your DC supply in a waterproof box next to the steps.
  3. Probably want to put the strips in a channel with a diffuser

    Personally I would go with an open-source build (not sure of current state of non-cloud hue support) using and RGBW 2.4Ghz strip controller.

    Whatever you decide, make sure you post a build here or on the forums!
u/tallnangry · 3 pointsr/gundeals

This is the lowest I've ever seen these go for.

If you're seeking a cheaper option, maybe for yourself or an extra to take friends to the range with, or want some color in your life, I use these as a range officer daily.

I'm not affiliated with them, I just like their muffs. I am highly skeptical about the 34 noise-reduction rating, but with the Noisefighter gel pads, I have full confidence in my ear pro. I can't hear shit and always end up yelling at my coworkers, but it's a range, not daycare.

u/stevedoingwork · 3 pointsr/homeautomation

You could always use cheap extruded aluminum. I know its not really that cheap, but it allows for the 45 degree surface to have lights on with a protective lens, and a back hole to feed power through to boost brightness every ~20ft.

u/FoxxinRoxxin · 1 pointr/funkopop

I use these in my detlof cases and really like them. They're wireless and have a remote control with dim and timer settings!

Brilliant Evolution BRRC135 Wireless LED Puck Light 6 Pack With Remote Control - Operates On 3 AA Batteries - Kitchen Under Cabinet Lighting

u/sentimentalpirate · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Here you go. The coolest thing about it is that each orb is portable. Just pick it up and walk it around. They're meant for kids, so they don't get hot (or super bright, so it's not so much a lamp, as it is a night light).

u/super_derp69420 · 1 pointr/TripCaves

My girlfriend got me mine for my Birthday. But I'm pretty sure it's this one from the link provided

SOAIY Bluetooth White Noise Sound Machine with Remote, Aurora Soothing Night Light for Kids,Sleeping Therapy,Timer

u/collectivekiller · 2 pointsr/OctoberBumpers2017

We have this light in our room right now it has an hour auto shut off! It's awesome. It can be used to project the cool lights onto the ceiling or if you have the cap on it's just a light. It has a bunch of different settings, and also can be used as a speaker.

u/capnjack78 · 2 pointsr/MAME

Rope lights and light strips are great options. For my bartop cab, I got something like this at Home Depot for $10. The light hasn't burned out in 5 years. I even wired a power switch to the outside of the cabinet to turn it on and off.

u/HeyNomad · 1 pointr/PlantedTank

I have two 26-watt and two 32-watt 6500k bulbs above my 55g (soil substrate with sand cap, DIY red-clay root tabs, and Excel dosing 3x weekly), in 10.5-inch reflectors pointing downward with a photoperiod of about 10 hours a day. I have swords, vals, hygrophila, and pretty much everything else I've tried have done well with very healthy growth and basically no algae problems. I tried HC, though, and that wasn't such a success; none of it has died, but in about five months, it hasn't spread noticeably. Other light/CO2-hungry carpeting plants (DHG, glosso) have done only slightly better. I assume my poor HC growth is more a matter of inadequate CO2 than of inadequate light.

I bought my bulbs online since I wasn't able to find 6500k bulbs in stores, but they weren't anything special--I think GE brand. From what I've heard, the consensus is that shelling out for specialty CFL bulbs from hydroponics stores, etc., (assuming comparable color temp, watts & lumens, etc.) probably isn't worth it.

I spent maybe $60-70 on the whole lighting set-up (including a bar and chains to hang the lights from), which is pretty good, but with a 48" Finnex Planted+ going for like $140 on Amazon, I really wonder if the CFL route is no longer such a cost-effective way to go.

u/lunarblossoms · 20 pointsr/Portland


u/Kavzilla · 5 pointsr/BeardedDragons This is the one I use since I use the 24 in bulbs to cover more of my tank. Just attach it inside the tank with command strips or hooks or industrial strength sticky Velcro for easy removal

u/fregosos_twist · 3 pointsr/makeuporganization

Just using what I brought with me over the years of moving and finally buying our house.


3 tier shelf thing it's actually a plant stand but now all my plants are in a happy spot

Mirror was left behind from the previous owners


The acrylic holders were from tjmaxx

Edit- fixed link

u/Druubie · 97 pointsr/AskReddit

You and me are in the same boat. I have one of those fabled Internet jobs so dispensable money comes when I want it to. Here are some of the things I bought just yesterday.

LED light strips to accent stuff in your house, with remote control -Video example

Threadless shirts Seriously these shirts are sweet as hell. Look under clearance, too, the $10 ones are very cool. Nothing like those "LOL I KNOW MEMES!!" type t-shirts that litter most t-shirt sites.

Boon Glo Nightlight Completely, completely unnecessary and overpriced. But cool as hell. Unboxing video

Candy dispensers are fun

Sites like Woot and 1SaleADay post new deals on a daily basis, and they are often really sweet things. Bookmark them if you haven't already.

Buy yourself a sweet looking fish tank

Obligatory head massager post

Edit: Couple of you are asking about the job. I figured I had that coming. Please don't perceive this as dick-ish, but I'd rather not talk about it. Yes, it's perfectly legal and no I'm not flaunting my hot body for money, but there's some quote out there about keeping ingenuity a secret from others so...that. I will say this, though. You can make money doing ANYTHING online. Remember the used socks eBay AMA last year? That dude made thousands. Don't look at some TV commercial about taking surveys online for cash, realize it's a low paying scam, and give up. Those are shallow waters. Keep trekking!

u/anonymous_opinions · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace


I have yet to see them on sale. You can get 1 for like $60 but I wanted the sync to be on both sides which works out nicely imho

u/Finkelton · 2 pointsr/microgrowery


I made the same mistake my first go round.

also, i'd really suggest some of with Y-splitter adapters and 2 100w eq 2700k CFL bulbs placed within 2-3 inches of the plants with the LED lighting. (kind of center the led lights, then surround from the outside shining into the plant with the clamp lights.. the clamps can hold/hang perfectly fine on something as simple as garden string)

It makes a huge difference, I have two procyon 100's and 8 (well 16) 100w cfls

u/romanticheart · 2 pointsr/blogsnark

I actually put it together with random stuff! Breakdown, with links:

Drawers: IKEA, $40/each (I already owned these which helped!)
Table top: IKEA, $9
Mirror: Lowes, $28
Lights: Amazon, $30

The lights are my favorite, they are so cheap for how crazy bright they are, and they dim. They stick on and the wires wrap around the base of each light so you can choose how far apart they are.

u/RuralJuror614 · 7 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Philips Hue Play White & Color Smart Light, 2 Pack Base kit, Hub Required/Power Supply Included (Works with Amazon Alexa, Apple Homekit & Google Home)

u/-kodoku- · 4 pointsr/creepyasterisks

I think it's a LED night light actually. It looks exactly like the ones sold on Amazon. Here's an example of one. Searching for 'cat light' shows others just like it.

u/ImBeauYo · 1 pointr/LSD

It’s a skylight projector here’s the link if you’re interested :)

u/TheRealBigLou · 3 pointsr/DIY

The biggest key is to use glass, not plexi. Plexi will scratch very easily. Find a pane of glass you want to use, build a simple frame, install a series of fluorescent bulbs, and then use something as a diffuser. You can get special light diffusing vinyl that will cling to the glass or you can use etched glass.

u/SSDGpaM · 1 pointr/beauty

I bought a kit on Amazon and have been loving it. Vanity Lighting

u/dwtsend · 31 pointsr/malelivingspace

For everyone in the comments asking about the projector, pretty sure it's this one:

u/susie_bennett · 1 pointr/baby

What are you looking to spend? If money is no object, get a Snoo bassinet! If that’s not realistic, we’ve loved this light/white noise machine- Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Night Light and Time-to-Rise It’s programmable and you can turn it on remotely to help get your baby back to sleep without going into its room. We love ours!

u/Tron-ClaudeVanDayum · 2 pointsr/trees

We have one of these and its awesome!

u/OliverBrodersen · 14 pointsr/battlestations

Yes! They are HUE play lights

u/Brinkmantheman · 3 pointsr/LSD
I love this pull it out everytime i trip fills a room with color

u/churslic · 2 pointsr/CasualConversation

Yeah same, but it's a habit now so I just plain use a night light all the time. The low light from this works well too if I want to play my 3DS or go on reddit.

u/musashi66 · 1 pointr/guns

These have been great for me

AMIR Motion Sensor Light,...

u/BigWillyBurns · 1 pointr/alexa

Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Night Light and Time-to-Rise

I have one of those and it works great. Bluetooth so you can control with your phone and it has schedules. You can also use it when they get older to signal when they can get out of bed. It has color changing capability.

u/Briecheese90 · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

Hubby got me this one for Christmas last year

It's amazing!

u/DemIce · 2 pointsr/Stargate

yeah, I just think a more detailed effect would be nice. A single LED shining through some pieces of plastic could work, though - that's how some of those water pattern lights work, e.g.

u/catchthemagicdragon · 3 pointsr/BeardedDragons

Yup, that CHE will work. But honestly how cold does it get in your house at night? I don't run any kind of night heat and my guy is good, it naturally gets pretty damn cold at night where they naturally live. Doesn't get below 68 really at night. And I would recommend something more like this You can find under cabinet light fixtures like these at Walmart, Home Depot, anywhere really. They're much slimmer, actually allowing it to be mounted inside the tank, and much cheaper. With that particular one I linked you would have to remove the plastic cover, but no big. The fixture you linked is a hood that sits over the screen, and the screen filters out most of the UBV which you absolutely do not want. That's really all they sell with pet branded stuff.

u/UberBarrett · 2 pointsr/starwarscollecting

Brilliant Evolution BRRC135 Wireless LED Puck Light 6 Pack With Remote Control - Operates On 3 AA Batteries - Kitchen Under Cabinet Lighting

u/Momar89 · 3 pointsr/homeautomation

My wife and I had a similar need recently. First we tried these guys. You can attach them to the wall with double sided tape or using the built in magnet. They sort of work, but it needs to be dark for them to turn on, which is a problem.

The second item we tried were these guys and I love them so far (had them for a week or so). You can set them to turn on even in daylight. It has adhesive backing so we taped it to the inside wall above the closet door. Jury is still out on how long the batteries will last. But they are very inexpensive.

u/PullingUpFrom40 · 19 pointsr/TripCaves

The moving “aurora” laser. Shout out to u/lewisearnst for the inspiration on this one.

These are the stationary spots, one red and one blue.

u/diamaunt · 2 pointsr/fixit

I got a set of these:

they work great. very wide angle of sensitivity, won't come on if the lights are on, batterys are supposed to last a year under normal use.... stick on or screw on...

u/Cheesetoast9 · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I have one of these in my bathroom, perfect at night, doesn’t wake me up and auto on/off.

u/kevindotwiz · 2 pointsr/LSD

get this shit bro it will be absolutely jaw dropping during the peak and pretty affordable too in my opinion. You won’t regret it trust

u/Varcova · 2 pointsr/lightingdesign

These produce a diffuse cast light, but hotspots are visible on the diffuser surface. Keep this in mind if mounting them somewhere where you will be able to see the diffuser surface.
Get two of something like this so you have two strip controllers. Mount the diffusers parallel and run a strip and controller on each side.

u/JMerriken · 2 pointsr/Cortex

I’ve no side hustle or self-employment at the moment so I don’t have any Cortexy advice, but what I do have like you is a 4yo and a nearly-1yo.
One thing I’ll say is that our key for our mornings is having a hatch white noise machine/nightlight for our toddler (paired with only quiet toys in her bedroom). It’s app-connected and you can schedule different schemes for it, so it turns on (ocean sounds, and it can do any hue so she picked a soft pink/purple) at bedtime every night, and it turns green with no sound at 8am every morning. That way, no matter what time she wakes up, she knows she has to stay in her room and stay quiet until her light turns green. She’s grown out of her afternoon naps now but we also had a separate scheme for that so she could differentiate naps from nighttime when she was getting old enough to still need a nap but not want to be shut in her room forever during the day. It helped her to know it was just ‘a short nap not a long nap’ (her words) like going to bed for the whole night. And further into that transition period, the afternoon light just meant ‘quiet time’ so whether she felt like sleeping or wanted to stay up and read, she still had to stay in her room and quiet for an hour or two until her light turned green.

u/cakes42 · 6 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Add vanity lights and she'll love you forever if she doesn't already.

u/lewisearnst · 17 pointsr/TripCaves

SOAIY Sleep Soother Aurora Projection LED Night Light Lamp with 8 Lighting Mode & Speaker, Relaxing Light Show for Baby Kids and Adults, Mood Light for Baby Nursery Bedroom Living Room (Black)

u/thevinamazing · 1 pointr/LSD

SOAIY Sleep Soother Aurora Projection LED Night Light Lamp with 8 Lighting Mode & Speaker, Relaxing Light Show for Baby Kids and Adults, Mood Light for Baby Nursery Bedroom Living Room (Black) here’s the link

u/Wesa · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

This nightlight was the only thing my husband was really excited about. It showed "received" on our registry but we never got it (dunno who picked it up, so we couldn't say anything). I ended up buying it and my husband's reaction made it worth it.

u/tatanka01 · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I use these:

They run on 3-AAA's that last a long time. I use them for guide lights on the wall near the floor and on stairs, too (for safety - anyplace you might walk when it's dark). They won't come on if it's light already.

u/bbfev · 30 pointsr/beyondthebump

We use the Hatch Rest.

It has a multicolored light that allows you to pick the color or brightness. And there’s several noise options built in including nature noises, static, and lullabies.

You control it with your phone and can set up schedules for bed time, nap time, morning wake up. Or you can just adjust it as needed.

It’s $60, which seems steep, but for all of the options and how long we plan to use it, I think it’s worth the investment.

u/sockcandy · 5 pointsr/aves

Seriously just bought this on amazon and it was amazing to trip with after a show.

Here's the link to mine:

u/squishybloo · 1 pointr/snakes

Although corns don't need UVB, I imagine a full spectrum light like used for beardies etc (like ReptiSun) should be able to provide the light for any plants you'd want in your viv. All you'd need to do would be to buy a cheap bulb fixture and swap out the bulb for a an 18" ReptiSun! Then you can either set it to a timer or turn it on/off yourself every day.

u/Praxis8 · 1 pointr/homeoffice

Something like this would probably be easy:


Obviously, you don't need a pack of them, but the remote is simple. It's an avenue you might try looking down.

u/motleyblondie · 2 pointsr/toddlers

I wound up getting a hatch clock: Link Here

This made a HUGE difference in sleep routines, because it automatically turns on and off based upon bedtimes and wake times.

u/The_Stoic_One · 1 pointr/PlantedTank

That's what they look like. I use these on my 60gal with CFL's and they do the trick. Just spray paint them black and they don't even look bad.

u/Dangamanova · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Its actually blue but i have purple LED strips on the back of the monitor that blends well with it.

u/Pew_away · 51 pointsr/gundeals

Obligatory Noisefighter recommendation. They're a massive improvement.

Edit: They're also on prime

u/theadj123 · 2 pointsr/BeardedDragons

Home Depot or Lowes have lighting departments, you're looking for an under the counter fluorescent fixture. You can also order one from Amazon, for example here's one for 25 bucks I found including the keyword search (and I have this same fixture myself) The fixtures for these lights aren't special so any fluorescent fixture will work, only the bulb output is special.

u/terrifyingtwig · 9 pointsr/makeuporganization

Here you are! They’re awesome! I’ve removed them and added them to other mirrors too.

Chende Hollywood Style LED Vanity Mirror Lights Kit with Dimmable Light Bulbs, Lighting Fixture Strip for Makeup Vanity Table Set in Dressing Room (Mirror Not Include)

u/poldim · 12 pointsr/homeautomation

I’d recommend you use these aluminum channels for the cabinets otherwise you will get the LED lights in your eyes. Place them at the front of the cabinet facing the rear, with the cables running on the side of the cabinet.

you’re most likely going to want to split up your power supplies so that you don’t have to run the cables all over the place.

If I were you, I'd consider individually addressable LEDs:

u/seffend · 3 pointsr/toddlers

I have a Hatch Baby Rest that has several colors you can use as a nightlight. When the light is red, my son knows it's time to "sleep in bed," but if it's green, he's ok to come get me. You set the time for the lights to come on and off. It's also got white noise and lullaby sounds if that's your jam.

This thing has been life changing for us.

u/killin1a4 · 1 pointr/NZXT

RGB strip diffuser covers would help with the individual leds having that Christmas light look.

StarlandLed 10-Pack LED Aluminum Channel V Shape with Milky PC Cover for Strip Lights Installation,Easy to Cut,Professional Look LED Strip Diffuser Cover Track with Complete Mounting Accessories

u/wolfjsm · 1 pointr/electricians

So the bulb that is in it right now states it's a 125 Volts/30 Watts bulb. I know the size has a base E17. I'm looking to buy this There is not a lot information on the microwave itself. It's made by Magic chef and it's an old model which they don't support anymore. The microwave works great. Just that the undercarriage light was horribly designed and no matter how bright I make the light bulbs in the current position it won't cast light over the entire range unless I add lights in the appropriate area. So can I buy those 3 pucks and then just splice the main wire into where the current bulb sockets are? Worst case scenario I just run all the wires as designed to connect to a normal outlet but I thought it would be nice to come how have the microwave still control the light instead of using the toggle switch that come with the lighting package.

u/Rehsuhs · 5 pointsr/toddlers

YES! We got this one.

My kids will be 2 next month. Before we got the clock they would wake up and immediately start screaming and crying. Now they wake up and see that it isn't green yet and either go back to sleep or talk to themselves or each other until it turns green. As soon as it turns they excitedly start talking about the light.

This light has made my mornings so much better!

u/Bananacles · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Are you talking about those circle push-on/off lights that you stick to the wall? Also, these costly mofos would be neat to have.

u/murphieca · 9 pointsr/toddlers

Hatch baby rest. You decide the color, brightness, sound (or none), and volume and can change it from your phone or on the clock.

Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Night Light and Time-to-Rise

u/kelvicious · 1 pointr/IKEA

We just installed an ikea kitchen and found their under-cabinet lighting options to be surprisingly pricey. My husband found these on amazon.

The price is right, the reviews are good. Haven’t put them in yet yet but plan to in the coming weeks...

u/VirtualWeasel · 1 pointr/LSD

My dudes.

Get yourselves one of these:

Blow clouds through the light beams.

Thank me later.

u/TrouserSn3k · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Oh and as far as lighting to match your screen check out the Phillips Hue Play bars —

u/Monica613 · 1 pointr/makeuporganization

These lights!

They have an adhesive on the back that you just stick onto the mirror like a sticker. Then I taped all the wires back so they’re not as noticeable 😃

u/BoozyMcLiver · 1 pointr/Flipping

Yeah, I noticed that. I will be buying 2 more of these to finish the lighting.

I put an old image at the end of the album.

u/rogerdogerTin4 · 29 pointsr/Currentlytripping

Here’s an amazon link! I saw this post yesterday and ordered some myself. They’re called BlissLights Sky Lite

u/fun_director · 7 pointsr/homeautomation

I have 9 of these led lights paired up to 1 motion sensor. Auto turns on and off.

LE LED Under Cabinet Lighting Kit, 510lm Puck Lights, 3000K, Warm White, All Accessories Included, Kitchen, Closet Lights, Set of 3

Westek MLC12BC-4 Indoor Plug-In Corded Motion Activated Light Control

u/massiswicked · 5 pointsr/Aquariums

Well since you're twisting my arm. Yes the first song is from Nemo, but it really sets the tone IMHO. I also have this device running in the background for ambient lighting.

u/seibermaki · 2 pointsr/ActionFigures

I’m think somebody recommended these puck lights to me before: on Amazon

u/Dicranurus · 1 pointr/DIY

Something like these, but for glass display cabinets in a university setting. LED strips are the current avenue, but there are a lot of problems with connecting them together and making them convenient to turn on and off.

Thank you for your thoughts!

u/cruleworld · 1 pointr/Workspaces

Desk is an 80" x 30" UpliftDesk Bamboo v2

  1. Edifier 1700BT Speakers
  2. Samsung 32” S32D850T
  3. Google Mini
  4. Marantz Professional Turret
  5. LG - 27UD69P-W 27”
  6. Anker USB Charger
  7. Anker Qi Charger
  8. Aukey Light
  9. Phillips Hue Play

    Backlights are various sizes of

    Monitor mounts are Amazon Basics Single monitor
u/dankmuffen · 1 pointr/Gunpla

They are battery powered led lighting pucks I bought off amazon.

These aren't the exact same ones, mine are rgb and these are solid white, but they are the same brand I believe.

u/bettse · 9 pointsr/gadgets

I would swear I saw this on someone's desk in /r/battlestations and wondered what it was.

On amazon for $66: