|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 11.5 x 7 inches|
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|Item model number||10194-8|
|Size||7.25 x 4.75 x 4.75 x Inch|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Decorative, Modern|
Creative Motion 7in Plasma Ball
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- Glass, Plastic
- Plasma Lamp - Lightning at your Fingertips; The light will move with your finger on the globe; Measures 4.5 x 7H Black plastic base
- Plasma Ball, Novelty light, Thunder Ball
- Black Color
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Height: 11 This Plasma ball is fun and functional! It is Sound activated and creates the same funs. It has 3 modes of operations(Off, Always on, React to the sound).
From the Manufacturer
Currents attract to your touch. Black base. Two features: either set to run continuously or set it to sound activation mode to flash to the sound of your voice or your favorite song. 7" Ball.
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As with most, in bright light it is not very glorious. But if you dim the lights, the display is dazzling. The plasma tendrils are highly motive and easily attracted to touch. It's very gratifying. Since it appears there are some other plasma ball products out there exaggerating their size, I was a little nervous, but it is "as advertised", the glass globe is pretty darn close to 7" in diameter.
The only thing I could say is that the base is just a tad light for the weight of the glass globe. With the kids' hands sliding all around it, I am half worried about their (normal) hand movements tipping it. That said, the base is sufficiently wide enough to keep the center of gravity just low enough to prevent an easy tip over. However, it does tip slightly with relatively gentle pressure, but because of the wide base, it does not tip over.
So enjoy, but I would stay in arms reach if you have young children playing with it on a table or something.
The audio sensitive mode is odd. The plasma ball basically is either on or off, there is no degree. So when it hears a sound in this mode, the globe will light, flickering on briefly for the duration of the sound and then go back to off. It would be cooler if the brightness level changed in relation to the intensity of the sound, but I am not a physicist, that may not even be possible. So we don't use this mode much, but it's there.
I'm guessing the gases inside need to warm up to things somewhat because...wow! It is now blazing with beautiful blue lines that originate and end in an orange pinkish color. The ball is by an ac adapter that plugs into regular electrical outlets. The base is wide at the bottom and actually pretty sturdy though it is plastic and very light and it is a large glass globe atop it so I am left a little antsy about it falling and breaking (note I refer to the usb plasma ball in the past tense...heh). The grandchildren, at least the 20% (2 out of 10...hee) who have experienced it, are simply fascinated by it. My flat is illumined in the evening by an assortment of decorative colored lights -- fiber optic lamps, fairy lights, rgb bulbs, laser lights -- and this ball fits right in. The children are long asleep now...but I can't seem to get my fill of playing with this ball!
I was a mite reticent when I purchased this product considering it costs considerably more than what I am accustomed to spending on my toys but I would buy this again without reservation -- probably would if my living quarters were larger...and probably will when it comes crashing to the floor and shattering into sparkly bits.
I took a couple photos...hope they held up okay!
Here are some picture I took of the plasma globe along with a video of a cool experiment I did lightning up a fluorescent bulb by placing it close to the globe.
*The only reason there are 4 stars instead of 5 is because I did not receive my package when I originally ordered it. But after I contacted Amazon about my missing package, they took care of the situation, and I finally received it. They were really nice about it, so that was great*