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Glowing Teddy Bear

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Little kids hate the dark and love teddy bears. If the bear was made of a piezoelectric material, the bear would glow when the kid squeezed it,and you wouldn't have to use a nightlight.

Or it could just be battery powered.

DesertFox, Jan 14 2005

Glowing cuddly toy. http://www.amazon.c...117?v=glance&s=toys
"Lovable light-up friend helps ease the transition from busy day to day to bedtime. Just squeeze, and GLOWORM comforts baby with a gentle light and lullabies! Friendly, glowing face! Easy to squeeze! Soft, cuddly fabric!" [half, Jan 14 2005]

Glow-in-the-dark Care Bears http://www.amazon.c...104-0141663-2230338
well baked. [prufrax, Jan 14 2005]

http://www.glowbear.com/ ""GLOW BEAR" family products are the original Teddy Bears that glow in the dark. All others are copies." [Worldgineer, Jan 14 2005]

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       If this isn't baked, it should be. (Seems a wee bit Kingish to me, but hey, children like clowns and don't find them scary.)
blissmiss, Jan 14 2005
  

       there was a theory (probably now discarded) that young children should sleep in the dark for healthy eyesight. despite that, THIS I love.
po, Jan 14 2005
  

       It's no teddy bear, but there's a "Glow Worm", light-up cuddly toy that has been around a while. (link)
half, Jan 14 2005
  

       Too bad this is baked. Make it a fiber-optic (with color changing light) teddy bear and Bob's yer uncle. Hmmm, might not be very comfortable to sleep with, though.
Machiavelli, Jan 14 2005
  

       I had a Glow worm when I was a wee lad. Its resting in a trunk somewhere in Texas ...
Letsbuildafort, Jan 15 2005
  

       I would be Frit!
gnomethang, Jan 15 2005
  

       When I found out a piezo lighter spark would make a sheet of electroluminescent material flash with light (like Times Indiglo) I thought they should have a little ratchet pawl thing on Rev-up toys or wind up toys that struck a piezo crystal making the toy light up without batteries.   

       Imagine a million toy cars that light up, possibly stay lit when you rev them. Good for Disney, or then Pixar.
beanangel, Dec 21 2017
  

       Bears are scary. Instead, pick a friendlier shape-- something soft and light like a marshmallow or a sheet over a ball that hovers somehow and emits moaning sounds...
RayfordSteele, Dec 21 2017
  
      
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