firepixie
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Location: Plymouth, Devon
Member Since: 1st Jun 2004
Total posts: 30
Posted:Just a quickie! Was wondering if anyone knew the best place to get a really good set of L.E.D poi? I have a set but they aren't brilliant! Preferably blue or green ones.... Any help would be greatly appreciated! biggrin Thanx guys....... later days! xxx

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Durbs
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Location: Epsom, Surrey, England
Member Since: 23rd Sep 2001
Total posts: 5688
Posted:Depends on your budget really...



Top-of-the-range stuff is available from Aerotech - but they cost at least 60 (for 2 standard, non flashing balls which you put in nets) , going up to more than 200 for full on 2-colour strobing Big poi....



I believe Beaming Poi are available in green now. they cost 27 available from the Shop up there /\ As they point out they are very hard and hurt like hell when you hit yourself with them, however they are lovely to use and very bright.


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firepixie
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Location: Plymouth, Devon
Member Since: 1st Jun 2004
Total posts: 30
Posted:Cheers that helps! Am new to the site so haven't quite navigated it all yet and haven't had the chance to look at the stuff in the shop! Using my blonde head I guess! smile

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journeyman
Location: Germany
Member Since: 27th Feb 2004
Total posts: 92
Posted:hi
the feraltec stuff is absolut lovely look on theyr site
they also has strobing led poi


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TheSilverShadow
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Location: Time is the Fire in which we b...
Member Since: 1st Aug 2003
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Posted:Yeah the feraltech poi are around 120 and from the pics look luurvly, rav n glo lights stuk in the ends of used glow sticks make real nice led poi i've had mine nearly a year and they aint broke.

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journeyman
Location: Germany
Member Since: 27th Feb 2004
Total posts: 92
Posted:yes that rocks too but they are not as bright as the feraltec ones

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FireNix
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old hand
Location: India/Bristol
Member Since: 4th Apr 2001
Total posts: 904
Posted:Heh There
Where do you get Rav n Glow lights from? Are they L.E.D. lights re-usable?
Are they the brightest and most durable?


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TheSilverShadow
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Uncle Chop Chop
Location: Time is the Fire in which we b...
Member Since: 1st Aug 2003
Total posts: 213
Posted:http://www.photonlight.com/ravn/index.html
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the lights are bright enough, they won't be the brightest around but they still look mint as.. they have lasted me many festivals and not given me any trouble, so i would say they are pretty durable.

the batteries usually last bout 7/ 8 hours and are about 3.00 for a set.


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FireNix
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old hand
Location: India/Bristol
Member Since: 4th Apr 2001
Total posts: 904
Posted:There are a few different types on that site
What have you used/would recommend
Thanks


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Bryn
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Location: Plymouth, Devon
Member Since: 23rd Mar 2004
Total posts: 68
Posted:Has anyone got some of the LED Poi from here, i was guna get some and just wondered what they were like? And howcome the green ones cost more?

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Uncle Chop Chop
Location: Time is the Fire in which we b...
Member Since: 1st Aug 2003
Total posts: 213
Posted:I used the multicoloured ribbon ravn glo's for my poi and theylook luvly

ope to av been some help smile


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