Moon & Stars Quran Cot Mobile with Light Projection
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Moon & Stars Cot Mobile with Remote Control, Light Projection, and over 35 minutes of soothing Quran recitation.
This mobile is the perfect addition to your baby’s cot to entertain, comfort, and soothe your baby off to sleep. Projects starry lights & recites 35+ minutes of gentle, soothing Quran. Beautiful moon and stars light show is just right for developing visual skills. Lights are soft red, green, and blue.
The soft pastel shades of five soft rotating moon and stars to entertain baby are a complement any nursery, with a starry light show and comforting, soothing voice reciting Surah Yaseen, Surah Rahman, and much more.
Baby can hear 35+ minutes of especially recorded audio, a soothing and melodious recitation of Quran:
Remote control re-starts the motorised mobile, light show, and sound with volume control – so no need to disturb baby.
Please note: The light projection does not function on it’s own, ie. without sound.
The function options which are controlled by the buttons on the spaceship and the buttons on the remote control are as follows:
- With Sound + Light projection
- With Sound + NO Light projection
- With Sound + rotation of toys
- With Sound + NO rotation of toys
- With Sound + NO rotation of toys + NO projection.
- Volume control
This is a good this is a brilliant mobile. Straight forward forward to fix up. Has the basic surah on and projecter to use on a night. Wish there were naats aswell. But im glad ive brought this and it help parent to introduce islam to our babies
I have been looking for a baby crib like this for sometime now and I am so happy with this one the quality is awesome and easy to fix. I must have for Muslim households why have your little ones go to sleep listening to music and looking at creepy animal dolls best to have them fall asleep to Quran looking at the these beautiful star lights. Jazakallah for this. All I can say is it would be much better if a few nasheed on recorder and Buzz Amaa On, but guess it's probably the space on memory.