Why step outside to gaze at the moon when you can just admire your credenza? This design by Sotirios Papadopoulos features a photo-realistic image of the moon that has been treated with special material so that it glows in the dark. It will absorb the lights of the sun and in your home during the day and be luminescent at night.
There are only 24 of these credenzas available, and they ship with a CD of original music designed to go with the piece. I hope it includes recordings of howling wolves.
This Glowbar Classic wrecking bar is a crowbar forged from high-carbon steel and features a blinding green glow thanks to a new Silicate-Aluminium-Oxide-based powder coating which allows it to glow up to ten times brighter than conventional glow-in-the-dark items. Needless to say, this is a must have for your Zombie survival kit.
It looks like the Geico gecko took a little vacation in Mexico. Why he came back glowing in the dark is still a mystery. Perhaps he got into the water supply or something.
The glow-in-the dark gecko gets his power from light and can be placed indoors or out. The sombrero is removable.
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As you can see in this horrifyingly corny video, the Glow to Bed Sleepy Monkey features a glow-in-the-dark fabric on the stomach and ears that can be drawn on with a special UV pen. The idea is that doodling in the dark will help your child fall asleep—although I doubt that blissful slumber will continue after they roll over the pen in the middle of the night.
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Enough of those Spiderman in action products. It is time to let Spiderman give you a little assistance without lifting a finger. Not only will he give you some wrist support while he is relaxing but he also glows in the dark. Just so you can keep track of him when the lights go out.
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