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    Chad's Crappy Corner & His Second Gadget For His New April Theme! 

    The theme the Patreons picked is: Cheap Gadgets to Help You Sleep. Chad's 2nd  Gadget To Help You Sleep is DC Comic's Projectables LED Batman Night Light. Yes, it's a second sleep gadget mainly for kids or anyone who really loves Batman! Here's what Amazon says about it: Light up your little one’s room for bedtime and bring their favorite characters to life with the Projectables LED Night Lights by Jasco. These night lights project characters from Nickelodeon, Disney, Marvel, and more. With battery-operated and plug-in night lights available, Projectables provide a soothing guide light and rotating globe for easy positioning of a projected image on the wall, ceiling or floor.

    And Chad's take: Chad thought it would be fun for kids to be able to project Batman on the ceiling of their bedroom, or actually any room. He liked the auto on when the room gets dark and auto off with it becomes light. But he was very disappointed that the device itself has no Batman ID on it at all. It's just a blank yellow ball on plain black base. But the price was good, under $9.00! Chad got his at a store on sale, but the same device is also on Amazon for under $9, actually $8.50. Price, as of 4/13/19)
    Amazon link: https://amzn.to/2DgbeuJ

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