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Laser Light Show

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  • Uses All New Green Laser and Holographic Technology
  • 2 Built-In Precision Glass Lenses Transforms the Largest or Smallest Rooms into Your Own Personal Animated Universe Creates Thousands of Stars with or without Cloud Formations
  • Look for the Romantic Shooting Stars Across the Night Sky
  • NOT A TOY, This is an Experience You Will Never Forget
  • AC Adapter Included - Simple to Use, Just Plug It In
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Product Description

The Laser Stars Projector is created from powerful Green laser and holographic technology, a display this bright and clear has never been available before. Laser Stars is fully adjustable, requires no set up and will fill any room from the tiniest bedroom, to the largest warehouse, with a crystal clear animated star display.

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Brand CYI Laser Stars
Part Number 9721
Item Weight4 pounds
Product Dimensions12.5 x 10.9 x 9.5 inches
Finish Silver
Specific Uses personal
  
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ASINB000Y11VQM
Best Sellers Rank #119,514 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 26, 2007
  
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By E. Campbell on December 5, 2007
This is the best light effect (for a normal price range) I've come across. It's approx 100x better than the "laserpod".

It covers a lot of wall/ceiling space -- the beam spread is almost exactly a 90 degree wide cone (not 180 degrees) - so if you put it in a corner on the floor and aim it at 45 degrees up, the circular star field will have one edge on the ceiling directly above and the bottom edge just above floor level and you'll have stars on the majority of two walls & your ceiling.

..another way to look at it -- if you point it straight up at your 10 foot high ceiling up, the circular star field will stretch 20 feet across your ceiling...

This does, in general, give a great impression of being random stars swirling about. Obviously, this is meant for a dark or very dim room. A well lit room kill the effect completely. In a dark room it really does fill a lot of wall/ceiling space

It seems well built (though it warns only use it 4 hours at a time so I imagine there is an overheating issue with the green laser). I'm using it in a cool well ventilated area & it doesn't seem to create much heat at all.

It's louder than I expected (loud fan if you're in a quiet room - about the level of a louder computer fan - but in a party atmosphere or with music you'll never notice it)

Criticism:
The brightest "star" is in the exact center of the field & it doesn't move at all ...around it are 8 more stars that create a distinct 3x3 square grid... This square grid rotates slowly/steadily... This does take away from the random effect (it doesn't kill the effect but it may be an issue for some).

That's really the end of the review... some more random thoughts about it below...
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Bill M. on December 3, 2007
I saw this at the Sharper Image store and decided on a whim to buy it. It already looked incredible in the store, even though the store was fully-lit and the projection was just a small one against the wall behind the shelf. I took it home and projected it on my ceiling with my lights off and...wow. I was just so blown away. My girlfriend and I just lied on the bed and stared. You really just have to see it to believe it.

The projection is pretty wide. I keep it near the foot of my queen-sized bed, and it covers the ceiling above plus most of the side wall. Obviously, the further back you put the device, the wider it will project. It seems that there are literally thousands of stars. A few will seem bright and stationary, but others will move about in all different directions and different intensities. This gives it some great depth. The bright ones in the middle seem to form a 3x3 grid, and this symmetry might otherwise ruin the "natural" look of it all, but if you have the light at an angle (which you almost certainly will) it's not really noticable.

The device is very simple. Just plug it in and turn it on. It stands about a foot tall. In addition to the on/off switch, there is a dial for the nebula intensity. This shows up in the middle of the stars as a big blue, gassy cloud. The detail of this cloud is amazing too. Turning the dial changes the brightness of the cloud. You can turn it all the way down so that you only see stars too. Just pick a level you like the most.

My only complaint is that it would be nice to have a few more knobs to control other parameters. For example, the speed of the stars.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By M. O'Rourke on November 30, 2007
I love this little gadget. It really does look cool, and displays on anything ... even the 75 foot tree in my front yard, or across the street for that matter. I wonder on a cloudy night if it will bounce off the clouds? :-) Looks really cool in my den which is about 35 feet across, it covers the whole room, even the walls. There are thousands of stars moving in every which direction ... and almost realistic, if the stars were white instead of green it would get 5 stars. Still love it, and it's a great night light to boot. :-).
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By L. Rahm on January 22, 2013
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My little sister was in the hospital with malignant cancer for about a year. The hospital room was so plain and boring, and my sister never got to go outside -- she was stuck in that room all day, every day. She always loved the night sky, and since she couldn't see the stars, I decided to bring them to her instead. It ended up being the best purchase of my whole life. She loved it so much, and it made her feel like she was actually watching a meteor shower. Staring at those stars every night helped take her away from her agony, even if just for a short while. All of her physicians and nurses loved it too -- they said it was like a disco party in the hospital room. When walking up to the hospital from outside, you could even tell which room was hers, because you could see the window glowing! My sister is out of the hospital now, and she still has her Star Projector. This magical thing is worth every penny and more.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ahmed Almonsouri on November 7, 2012
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I never really leave reviews on any products I purchase, regardless of how bad or good they are. But this product is so bad that I had to leave a review and warn people. The green lasers stopped working about the 8th time I used it. I never had it running for more than 4 hours. In fact, the longest that it ever ran for was 20 minutes.

such a bad purchase
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