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Basu gasu bakuhatsu - because sometimes buses explode Location: Angel's Landing, USA
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Posted:I myself have always used custom LED sticks and chem glowsticks, depending on the case. The LED sticks can be very durable if you handmake them.
My LED sticks are made by myron, aka sonicalflair on www.glowsticking.com. He recently made another batch based on a photon curcuit that provides lots of light and easy to change batteries. My own pair are of his old design, and the typical one.
LED sticks typically are brighter than chemical sticks. But as the batteries begin to fade over time they get dimmer. Batteries in mine last 25 hours. I use chem glowsticks in clubs because I don't want the my LED ones getting damaged.