Lullabrites Review: Light-Up Plush Toys
• Kid-friendly design
• Multiple options for sound and lights
• Online only
• Shipping costs
Lullabrites are children’s stuffed animals which light up and play comforting music during bedtime.
Claims & Features
- Super soft
- Lights don’t get hot
- Automatic shut off timer
- Plays three different songs
Cost & Availability
Lullabrites are currently only available online from the official website for $19.99 + $9.99 P&H for a total of $29.98. Shipping time is expected to take 4 to 6 weeks, and 5-7 day shipping can be added for about $10. There is a 30-day money back guarantee.
Jumbo Lullabrites are available for $39.99 + P&H and are only available in Puppy and White Teddy characters.
The TV commercial below was posted online in the final days of 2015.
This is our preliminary review of Lullabrites.
There has been no shortage of light-up plush toys in recent years, and Lullabrites appears to be the latest entrant in this category. Unlike similar light-up toys, Lullabrites almost completely illuminate, rather than just offering a small section of eyes or paws.
With Lullabrites you can press its paw once to get three minutes of sound and light, followed by 2 minutes of just light. Pressing a paw another time will show three minutes of just light. The available songs are “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” “Brahm’s Lullaby,” and “Hush Little Baby.” There are also a number of different character designs, including Puppy, Pink Teddy, Blue Teddy, Unicorn, and White Teddy.
It appears that Lullabrites is currently in a test marketing phase, with limited online and television advertising, and little product information.
When we obtain a sample, we will update this page with additional information. We will evaluate it for durability, function, and overall play-ability.
It has been our experience that products such as this are relatively well-received, although shipping costs which increase the cost by 1/3 may seem excessive.
Lullabrites is a light-up plush character toy for children which also plays three songs. It appears to be test marketed as of early 2016 and information is limited. We will continue to update this page as more information becomes available.
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