Did you ever want to make more $$$ in college? I sure did.
But instead of getting a job, I started a little company (that we've all come to love) called HouseOfRave.
Ya know what the most ordered item ever was?
We sold these as "Digital Glowsticks"...
...and they sold sooo well. They still do!
In fact Super Streetlights helped pay my way through college. Seriously. Who said PARTYING wouldn't pay for education ;-)
But something new has happened which has got me all excited....
The next generation of Streetlights is FINALLY out (after YEARS)...and I've gotta tellya bub...I'm in love again!
Soon as I got my grubby little hands on them, I noticed they were slimmer than the original Streetlights and...
Now the one problem with the old Super Streetlights is they came in separate colors. If you wanted to use BLUE...you had to order BLUE. Now if you want a GREEN one, YOU'RE SCREWED!! Because you didn't order green you dope!
No longer my friend...No longer are you stuck with your color!
These new Streetlights are called the Streetlights MultiX, and they can transform into...
ANY COLOR YOU WANT THEM!
I don't know exactly how the technology works, but they can flash in different colors. It's so damn cool looking.
But personally I'm most excited about the super-trippy "Color Trail" mode that's made other rave toys so popular. Just wave it around to streak all the colors right through mid air! This effect is what people say "WHHHHOOOOAAOAOAOA" to (as they try to grab it from you for themselves).
I showed these to a friend of mine, and he was blown away....but asked, "What do people use them for?" I felt like Bubba Gump answering him (these are all actual customer testimonial uses):
- A theater troupe used them as "Magic Wands" on stage.
- Use as "digital glowsticks" on the dance floor.
- One of our customers daughter uses them as a "night light" to keep monsters out of her bed.
- Camping flashlight for trails and lighting up tents.
- Bike safety light (attach one to your backpack at night).
- One Romeo customer bought 30 and spelled "I love you" for an anniversary...one product, but each word in different colors!
- Halloween safety night light during Trick Or Treating.
- A cheerleading squad bought 24...two for each cheerleader during a state competition.
- Great for concerts and sports events.
- Poi swinging (some people use several on each string)!
- A college student said he used 4 of these to "strobe light" his whole dorm without using a strobe light!
- For a Halloween costume, one customer used these as giant, novelty earrings.
- For a science project a student put these inside "cloth boxes" to highlight buildings in a cityscape.
- This list goes on and On and ON AND ON
(On another note I'm pretty sure the friend I made this list for STOLE one of these from me...)
You get the point: These can be used for EVERYTHING your creative mind can come up with (*ahem* even Halloween costumes).
After all this, someone ALWAYS asks, "Can I use it as a necklace?"
YES, YOU CAN USE IT AS A NECKLACE!
One end of the Streetlights MultiX has a loop you can string through or a metal clasp lanyard. The other end has TWO MORE loops if you need. So you can hang or secure these from both ends. The previous Streetlights had only one loop attachment.
Streetlight MultiX Specifications:
- 7 inches long
- 3 super bright LED lights
- Batteries included (uses 1 'AAA' battery)
- 4 modes:
- Blink-Through Mode: Each LED blinks through different colors
- Scroll-Through Mode: Scrolls through all solid colors
- Solid Mode: Stays on one color (simply hold down the button for 2 seconds to pause on any color)
- Color Trail Mode: Appears white when still, but streaks colors through air when moved.
"I am an Army Apache Attack Helicopter Repairer/Maintainer currently deployed to Afghanistan (have been here for the past 11 and a half months). I bought your streetlights MAX a little while ago for some raving when i went home on R&R. I took them out here with me and I realize hey i could use these to back out the aircraft.
See when the pilots launch we have to use lights at night to guide them out of the pad and onto the active taxi-way. We would go through so many glowsticks doing this every night that running out was a common thing. It was not a problem i shared once I started using my streetlights max. I would turn them on and put them to the solid light color cycle and immedietly press the button to color hold on red and when the pilots were ready and they were all good on the outside I would change them to green and color hold again to signify they are all good to go.
It became my signature thing and Idk it's not a big deal but it was fun. Afterwards I would do a little mini lightshow too lol. Well thanks much, take care!"
-Brad (SPC B. Rodecker, Camp Marmal, Afghanistan)
Streetlight MultiX Picture Gallery:
HouseOfRave customer James (from Tampa, FL) sent us these
pictures of him using the MultiX in different places:
(Photographer: Nina Lindsey-Broyles)