|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.7 x 6.2 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||OJ-WB0L-4QNJ|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||4|
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- 40 total finger lights in four different colors
- Elastic bands which make it easy to attach to your fingers
- Super bright LED lights: Red, White, Blue, Green
- Replaceable batteries: 3x AG3 cells per light, included!
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Exciting design! great for party and Christmas Day!with elastic strap so that ring it around your finger, come with red, white,blue and green 4 colors, quite eye-catching in the light.
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I've purchased finger lights before, and they were everything my kids hoped they'd be: they've had a very long life, the switch is easy to push, and the elastic is made of a comfortable black cloth. These are a whole different story.
First, and most important, most of them didn't work properly. Out of 40 lights, 22 were useless: 6 didn't light up at all, 6 lit up so weakly that you couldn't even tell they were lit, and 10 could light up only if you held onto them and squeezed them hard in some elusive way (different for each one).
Officially, the other 18 lights worked, but 11 of them had switches that were so difficult to operate that I didn't want to give them to a bunch of kids who would just find them frustrating.
That left 7 good finger lights. Out of 40. I guess I can't expect more for something I paid less than $8 for.
Aside from the fact that they don't work, they also don't match the description. First, the picture implies that they have a black cloth elastic. Nope. It's a rubbery colored elastic, which might be fine but looks like it'll split soon enough. I guess I'd be okay with this if the lights actually worked.
Second, they are described as having an "easy push button." It is misleading to describe the on/off switch as a "button." And as I've already said, many of them are very hard to turn on, so "easy" is also a misnomer.
Third, the description says you get "10 packs of 4 lights" and "each package will contain 4 finger lights each with a total of 10 packages you will receive." Nope. I received 40 lights all in a plastic bag, not 10 separate packs with the cardboard "hand" package pictured above. Again, not a big deal if the lights work!
Last, the description also says you get "a total of 10 white finger lights, 10 blue finger lights, 10 red finger lights, and 10 green finger lights." I got 7 white lights, 10 blue lights, 10 red lights, and 13 green lights. Close, but another nope. This definitely wouldn't have been a problem for me--in fact, I probably wouldn't have even counted the colors--but since they don't work and I'm writing this review, I might as well be thorough!
I don't know where to buy good finger lights, but these aren't them!
I used these as a party favor for my sons 4th birthday party.
Of the 40 pieces, 1 was lighted when I opened the packet (so obviously the battery had nearly run down), another one was completely drained (battery leaked) and a 3rd one was not working (not a battery issue). I realized that these can be opened and battery changed, however they were not intended to be opened. So, unless you are real careful, you might end up breaking the parts so they wont join back together.
If you do want to open it (to replace the batteries, say), then note that there is a ring of plastic around where the LED is that needs to be pulled out before you try to split open the box shaped body (or the ring will break). The ring is glued to the body, but not very strongly so it can be pulled off with some trial and error. The body itself is not glued together, just tightly held together by corner pins. Once the ring is off the body can be carefully and slowly pulled apart. The corner pins are plastic and thin, so any sudden jerk while pulling the box apart will result in them breaking. Of course if that happens, you can always glue the body back together!
A year later, I bought a set of 80 lights from a seller called Elekticity, not sure of the spelling. I was pleased to find that these arrived in a box, and i was happily surprised to see that my package included a bonous package of five more finger lights, free. The plastic in these lights was much thinner and lighter than that of the lights I bought previously, but a grand total of 14 were entirely nonworking, and were thrown into the trash immedeately. Then, once I tried to wear these, the elastic ring part of the light was far more plasticine than the bands of the forty I bought the year before. I placed the order for these on a friday, and i recieved the items on the next monday, despite the fact that the shipping options were nowhere near that fast. These have a larger opening into which one could slip the nand in and out, so I must say, I liked the lights in the set of 80, but I liked the bands better in the set of 40 I bought the year before. The lights on these were also about twice as bright. The only way this one could be any better is if there was a smaller space for the band to slip in, because I don't know or understand why you would want to separate the band from the light in the first place.