Based On 3 reviews.
When I put the battery in, I noticed the ridges and knobs molded into the housing. At the time I failed to see the value of those features, but when you’re tripping balls, the damn thing comes alive, like a glowing alien organism. So amazing. Also, the battery is held very securely. I suggest inserting the housing into the cover pointy end first, with the string tied on the bottom.
The flowlight provides an excellent and affordable alternative to the capsule light. With more advanced settings and more individual lights, the customisability is exponentially greater. While I've yet to explore all the modes, as there are so many, the ones I've seen are a lot of fun and allow for more creativity than ever before. As is stated in the marketing material, these new lights feature a mode called pulse. Having played around with this for hours now, the way the lights react to one's movement brings a whole new relationship to one's flow which I personally found really fun. One thing I tried was to find ways of making both poi flash at the same time. All in all, these are leaps and bounds ahead of previous flowlight iterations, with more and better-organized modes, these lights are a whole lot of fun.
Having a multitude of props grants inspiration to new ideas. If you love glowsticking, these crystals are all you.
Advantages: Lightweight for high speed spinning.
Insert any flowlight for color customization, each with several modes for effect creation.
Great for wraps and pattern spinning.
Disadvantages: Not rechargeable unless you have rechargeable batteries.
Make for some pretty bruises when hit good enough.