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{anthrax}BRONZE Member
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209 posts
Location: England


Posted:
I hadn't seen these before, until a friend bought them as a christmas present.

go here, Linkage
to see what they look like.

They are pretty small, but fit really nicely into the palm of your hand and have a nice rubbery feel to them which is easy to grip.

Also the LED's, to me, look super bright, I'm really happy with them, i seriously think you should check these out. Be nice to have some in the shop as well.

What are your impressions?

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jcrsGOLD Member
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404 posts

Posted:
i've a set of these, the large ones. problem is that when you hit or drop them, it'll switch off. apparently it seems to be a problem with the battery holder and/or connector. haven't worked about that with a satisfactory result yet. frown

also I don't think it diffuses the colours well enough when mixing colours.

but all in all, it's still a somewhat nifty toy to have around handy.

{anthrax}BRONZE Member
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209 posts
Location: England


Posted:
Just out of interest, how long do the batteries last for?

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pre1236member
33 posts

Posted:
im not sure I think the bateries should last for at least 8 hours

Hennienewbie
3 posts
Location: currently australia!


Posted:
Isnt 8 hours a bit little for leds?
I havent seen them yet and the page doesnt tell me how many leds there are in one ball but led's are suppose to be very energy saving and should require not a lot of power.

Powerball's are good fun ^^


{anthrax}BRONZE Member
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209 posts
Location: England


Posted:
There are 3 LED's per colour, with a maximum of 6 LED's being lit continuously at one time.

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VixenSILVER Member
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3,276 posts
Location: Oxfordshire/Wiltshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
A shop in swindon sells these, they arent very expensive and you can get them in 2 sizes, I agree with the main problem being them turning off or changing settings by themselves. xxx

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