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'Home furnishing combining style and simple functionality ... and the particular needs of the elder community' Blys is a sleek, modern light source designed with the specific needs of elderly people. Blys can be used as a nightlight or gentle bedroom lighting, and enables access to essential personal possessions during the night, aiding peace of mind and restful sleep. As a nightlight it provides a low-level glow which allows un-interrupted sleep, but on waking it provides a focus in a room, allowing items such as bedside lights, spectacles, water, phone, and other personal items to be easily identified without switching the main light on. A low level of light from the tray provides an immediate focus and sense of security if wakened during the night, whilst preventing the shock experienced when turning on conventional lighting, or the frustration of finding the light switch. It is controlled by means of a simple touch panel. Hand contact anywhere along the main edge the unit switches on or off, and the brightness can be altered by touching two small 'bright' and 'dim' zones. Blys remembers its previous light setting when it's switched off.
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