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Shadowblade


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Posted:i hear people talking about battery powered glow sticks, i have not seen any but i know they are out there.i am sure i am not the only one who would love to get hold of some, perhaps you should sell some (money for you toys for us)i leave it to your better judgment

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WuGgaRoO


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Posted:just a little site for ur battery powered glowsticking needs...http://www.circuittoys.com/

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Malcolm
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Malcolm

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Posted:Shadowblade,I have been sent samples and have worked with the manufacturer Coltronix to develope the blade lights (Battery powered glowsticks) into something that won't break if used for swinging.Unfortunately he is having problems with the manufacturer and they are unable to inject the mould with PC, ABS or other impact resistant plastics.They are brilliant to hold onto and use as glowstick dancing, however not so good for swinging around the body on string as they can break too easily.I like to provide a warranty on all products and feel that saying "Warranty not valid if swinging the item" is not a good warranty for a swinging and twirling website.Therefore I have to say buy them from someone else.Kindest regardsMalcolm

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Shadowblade


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Posted:ok no problem, any idea where i can get them from?

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Posted:as they say, the lord helps those who help themselves....normally I'd say do a search, but I feel nice today.
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Maelstrom


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Posted:If you look at the Dube sight, they have a light stick that they sell with their poi. They are a manufacture of juggling equipment, so I am assuming they have some quality to them. Thier facility is a mile away from the World Trade Center in New York, so you might want to call before ordering. Hope this helps
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Maelstrom

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Posted:www.dube.com------------------Nothing good ever comes from hanging out with "normal" people.

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Malcolm
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Posted:Wow they look good. Anyone bought any or used them yet?Dube Glow sticks

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Malcolm
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Posted:Reading on, I see they require 3 x watch batteries each to last 12 hours. Thats 6 x US$1.75 or US$10.50 per 12 hours for the running of two light sticks. But you can turn them on and off to save energy and they are very light
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Maelstrom

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Posted:I thought that it would be cool to create the same light stick but put the workings of those rav'n lights on the inside. By the way I noticed that the LED staff was sold out. I am an industrial designer with my own production shop. Our production staff mainly deals with the manipulation of light and light oriented products i.e. we bend the stuffing out of light. We only do limited production runs (usually under 300 pieces) , and almost everything we do is highly customized. If you need help with production, or would like to carry custumized stuff drop me a line. I under stand most people like to make thier own gear, however what we do here in our shop, nobody can do at home (unless you have the tools then all the more power to you). ------------------Nothing good ever comes from hanging out with "normal" people.

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Blackbird


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Location: London UK

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Posted:they look great actually... Probably brighter than glowsticks (esp the red ones, as red glowsticks are hopeless...), and, seriously, I don't usually spin for more than, what, an hour, max? and even then not continuously... so each of the batteries would be like ten glowsticks worth...Plus I often use like six sticks at a time of different colours... so this would be great...Any feedback on durability/weight/colour preferences/brightness etc?Serious thought going into buying a pair(s) of these...

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Blackbird


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Posted:can anyone find an english company that sells these? I only know a handful of english eq sites... thanks

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