MOLGAN LED lighting, white/battery-operated

£7/ pack
Batteries sold separately, 3 pcs AAA required.

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Children feel safe during night-time bathroom visits or sneaking into the adult’s bedroom since the light turns on and off automatically. Tested to some of the strictest safety standards in the world.

Article Number602.637.29

Product details

Just the right amount of light to see where you are going in the dark. The light is activated by a motion sensor.

Tested and approved for children.


Henrik Preutz

Article Number602.637.29
  • Batteries sold separately, 3 pcs AAA required.

    IKEA recommend LADDA rechargeable batteries.

    Built-in LED light source.

    The light source has a lifetime of approx. 25,000 hours. This corresponds to about 20 years if the lamp is on for 3 hours per day.

    Night sensor, only turns on when it is dark.

    Screws for wall mounting not included.

  • Material
    Mounting bracket/ Lid/ Base:
    ABS plastic
    Optical lens:
    Polyethylene plastic
    Fixing device:
    EVA plastic

    Dust the lamp with a duster.

  • We know that children are extra sensitive, but not to worry. This product is completely free from chemicals that may harm your child's health.This lighting product has no sharp edges, small parts, openings or hooks.Easy to place anywhere since it is battery operated. You can simply fix the light to the wall or ceiling by using the double-sided tape.All our portable children lamps are approved for children aged 3 to 14.This product bears the CE mark.
  • By creating products that help people use less energy, we contribute to enabling a more sustainable life at home.


Diameter: 8 cm

Package quantity: 1 pack

Power: 0.15 W

Luminous flux: 80 lm

  • MOLGANArticle Number602.637.29

    Width: 8 cm

    Height: 5 cm

    Length: 8 cm

    Weight: 0.08 kg

    Package(s): 1


lightsVerified Buyerjust what we needed to light a dark alleyway between 2 houses.4
Excellent little lightJustuBought this to use in the bathroom at night. It’s excellent as it switches on as soon as the door is opened. Nice bright light, well worth the price.5
Excellent movement-sensitive lightthe hermitsExcellent product. Use it in our en-suite so as not to disturb each other with a bright light during the night! Have one in our motorhome too for the same reason.5
Great lightSueShirlHave it in my porch and it’s great welcoming light when I step in.5
Bathroom lightCampky9Great light for the bathroom, not to bright for using late at night .5
Makes life easierJPaSGood for dark stairs and entrance.5
Brilliant productJanny27This little light is superb, it is only activated by movement after dusk which is a great for areas where automatic lighting is useful.5
Useful lightJanet the gannetI use this in the bathroom on the floor , it’s handy at nighttime for a midnight wee !5
Tiny night lightNoelDIt really is handy without flicking a switch but the price makes it 3 stars3
Neat little lightRoberthypThis little light only switches on when it’s dark. I use rechargeable batteries so save on buying more batteries. I keep one by my bed and it’s motion sensor picks up if I want to get up in the night. They are great for hallways where you don’t want to be switching on the main lights all the time and of course keeping one in a cupboard is very handy.5
FunctionalMary98Great product except that it does not have a switch that allows to turn off when not in used in the daytime. Apart from that, I find it very useful lighting the hallway automatically in the dark without switching the main light.4
Ideal for dark spaceFootieJust what I wanted for a dark space in the hall. Even better that it is battery operated.5
ExcellentEmily89Fantastic for the price. We use it for little one when he goes to bathroom through night so we dont have to leave light on. Its definitely bright enough worth every penny and it wasnt expensive at all5
Does the JobSteveODoes the Job well as expected4
Perfect size.Annie1758Very versatile at a reasonable price, great for anyone who forgets to turn lights off. Bit fiddly getting the back off though. Will be buying more in the future.5
Simple designPhilip MI'd been having problem with the lighting in my windowless guest toilet. I realised that it was cheaper to buy two of these, a charger, and several rechargeable batteries, than to have the problem fixed by an electrician. I've placed one each side of the mirror and they have surprised me by how bright they are, easily lighting the small room. They are opposite the door, and opening the door activates the motion sensors. They stay alight for a short time if there is no movement, so can go off while you are in the room, but come back on with the slightest movement. I often used to find the light left on by visitors, and sometimes by myself. As these switch off by themselves, I shall be saving money. The IKEA rechargeable batteries last a very long time. I used self adhesive pads to stick the lights to the wall. These work well as the lights are attached to a separate back plate, so easily remove to change the batteries.5
A waste of moneyHubcapsCompared with other products in the lighting department this was not easy to set up and does not function as expected. A bad purchase.1
JanGThis light is perfect energy saving device.5
MolganBattery runes out quickly4
Fab lightingJulie 26Very good lighting to under kitchen cupboards, food cupboard and wardrobe5
MOLGAN LED lighting, white/battery-operated

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ABS plastic is a strong and stable material with a glossy surface – making it perfect for especially used everyday objects like cutlery drawers, kitchen utensils, toothbrush mugs and bathroom hooks. ABS is made from oil-based, non-renewable raw materials, but development is progressing and we are using more and more recycled ABS. It is an important step towards our goal of only using plastic that is recycled or from renewable sources.

Function solution

Light when and where you need it

You can put MOLGAN battery-operated lighting just about anywhere. The light is activated by a motion sensor and turns on and off automatically. Perfect to illuminate the way to the bathroom for night-time visits. Or in a cellar or pantry.