Posted:Also, is the hole on the end of it big enough to fit the Quick Link through?
KorinFox member Location: Maryland Member Since: 13th Aug 2003 Total posts: 24
Posted:no no no not a lot of duct tape... Its something new (I'm pretty sure) that is being sold here under the LED lighted poi section
Vagueness defines everything...
siliconslave member Location: near guildford uk Member Since: 18th Aug 2003 Total posts: 36
Posted:ooh - they look pretty cool, if malcom has put them up they have to be pretty durable - he doesn't want millions of returns on hop's fantastic returns policy.
What i'd like to know is which ones are the brightest??
frostypaw Great balls of fire Location: Tunbridge Wells, Kent Member Since: 28th Jul 2003 Total posts: 643
Posted:I've been playing with those...
see here for my experiments with a two-colour one, i dunno if the single colour ones are more durable, but it seemed to need some way of holding the batteries in tighter - they never actually BROKE, just got too loose to make neat contact
HOP admin Location: HOP Member Since: 18th Nov 2003 Total posts: 984
Posted:The manufacturers have fixed the lose switch thing frostypaw said can happen. They are made from a very tough plastic. You can unscrew them to replace the batteries. Unfortunately quicklinks are too big to fit the hole. I get sent samples of just about everylight stick in creation. Most break far too quickly and/or are way over priced. I smashed the crap out of these and were impressed by how durable they are and the price. The are pretty light to swing with, however with time you can get use to the weight or tape them to some beamers
I am looking into a clip so they can be attached via quicklinks to chains etc. Otherwise you can just make a loop of string and then loop the string in the quicklink.