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I'm very interested in Aerotech spinning stuff but I'm a little bit confused with glopois and glometeors. It's said on te site they are the same, except weight, battery life and "the double polycarbonate shaft [that] gives a full length glow" on glometeors.
Ok, so considering they cost the same price, glometeors would seem more interesting if the glowing surface is really longer. But the aspect of the glopois differs according to the pics :
Posted:As far as I am aware, the second photo is correct. It seems from the photos that "not full length glow" means that it's more like 2 lights than a solic block of light - Cole's photo links illustrate this.
I have some meteors and am very happy with them. They're very heavy, but that makes them feel durable.