Thomas the Tank GoGlow Light

Diggin Active
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Thomas the Tank GoGlow Light

$20 Gilt
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The Thomas The Train GoGlow Light offers a fun 2-in-1 feature with the added bonus of a flashlight to help your little one find their lost toy in the night or on ventures to the bathroom. The night light glows softly offering a reassuring night time glow. When the light is lifted from the base it becomes a handy flashlight. The night light is activated by a simple push down function and will light up when placed on any flat surface - ideal for night time trips to the bathroom! This is a must have for all young ones needing reassurance at night.


  • 2-in-1 Night Light & Flashlight
  • Soft glowing night light soothes child to sleep
  • Lift light from base and it becomes a flashlight
  • Perfect for helping your little one find their lost toy in the night or on ventures to the bathroom
  • Age: 12 months and up

Material: Plastic

Brand: Diggin Active

Origin: Imported

Diggin Active believes in making toys that get kids to jump around – from its innovative Go Go Pogo stick to its Dodge Tag shield sets, wooden box sets filled with trains and cars – even its suitcases are designed for movement, with the scooter-shaped Skootcase allowing them to zoom through the airport or your house alike. Founded in 2006 in Emeryville, CA, Diggin’ Active is the brainchild of three toy industry veterans, Nathan Keker, Jenny Stern and Phil Neal, whose combined 30+ years of experience helped them to develop sports toys that kids actually want to play with. These include Diggin Active’s PopOut series of sports games – from ring toss to basketball and bowling – which all fold up tiny and travel-ready, while the Skuut is a wooden balance bike, sans pedals to keep learners on their feet and upright.