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Posted:OK, I read somewhere in this vast forum, a reference to electroluminescent glow stix (however, i find it kinda hard to refind posts in this place). Does anyone know of a distributor in North America (or even better, Canada) or a web site or something. I would so much rather use them than glow stix.Cheers folks!------------------Earth my bost, water my blood, air my breath, fire my spirit
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Posted:i dont know what country they originate in but have you tried aerotech for anything that glows. i imagine it is them that produce beaming poi but i dont know. they do some fantastic juggling gear. supposedly they do things like glow sticks except you plug them in and they are a but fatter and way brighter but there is no mention of them on their websitewww.globalls.comstill worth a shot. actually i too dont know what you mean so this email may well be pointless and random.good luck aliiiiii
Posted:Dangerboy,Check out http://www.coolwireusa.com/they make some very cool tubes that can be swung around like poi (runs on batteries). I looked at selling them a while ago but I found that the ends could fly off and break because of the centrifugal forces. Also you have to keep them out of daylight cause UV kills them over a short time. They also recommend you do not swing them around (I don't know their exact reasons for saying that). They are very cool wires and look great if you want to make a suit out of them. Anyway have a look at their web site. Well worth a look. Non-Https Image Link
Posted:Dangerboy,Under the reply button at the top of the page there is a search link. If you click on this it takes you to the search function. You can search the entire bulletin board or you can search a specific forum. It really is a useful tool. Cheers,Finn Non-Https Image Link
Posted:They are called krill lamps made by a company called kriana - I spin glowsticks and have been looking for a good alternatinve that I can turn on and off - they are a little heavy and I am not too sure how fragile they are. Also, they dont seem to be quite as bright as glowsticks, but come close in the "extreme" versions. I think they would make good handles (I like to use red glowsticks to hold on to so people can see what my hands are doing). If you do a search on krill lamp you will hace more info than you need. The best source I have found is http://www.equipped.org/krill.htm Hope this helps you out - Barrett[This message has been edited by Barrett (edited 27 December 2000).]