Friday, August 13, 2010

Lighting Accents

By Jack's Tool Shed.
I saw these mentioned on halloweenforum.com and ordered a bunch. Figured you could never have enough wireless light sources. They arrived today and I couldn't be more pleased. They're super bright and will be perfect for accenting props. About two inches long, they have a tiny clip and can pivot in any direction.

And they're CHEAP.






jackstoolshed.com

9 comments:

Faith said...

Oh great. Just what I needed. More lighting options! (of course I went on and bought 30 of them....Now thinking I should have bought more...)

Jon said...

Thanks for yet another great tip. I just ordered a bunch of these.

Acorn said...

I love that Jack's has a Halloween section. I further love that there's a real pick-axe in the Halloween section. Zoinks!

JHMDF said...

Those worked great! I used a bunch last year inside some pumpkins and to light up certain tomb stones.

ShellHawk said...

I can't build them for that money! I'll have to make a "stealth purchase!"

Deathss said...

HEADS UP! The website states that the (RED) ones are discontinued! Get them before their gone.

Otaku said...

These lights are a nice find - I picked up a bunch of these, too. I'm very pleased with the output. I decided that changing a ton of little batteries wasn't going to be much fun (and they're not as easy to open as you think), so I hacked them to use a 9 volt. I used double-sided tape to hold the battery to the bottom of the clip. It'll last a long time, and when it dies just peel it off and replace it. And the clip doesn't mind the extra weight.

Jack said...

Thanks for mentioning us! Feel free to email us if you have any questions: socialmedia@jackstoolshed.com. Check out our special Halloween section: http://www.jackstoolshed.com/index/page/static/subpage/halloween2

Ghastly said...

I just bought / received 6 of each color. These are a lot brighter than I expected them to be! I've already tried the blue to highlight the face of a skeleton I have in a toe-pincher coffin. It looks amazing!
Highly recommended!
Does anyone know approximately how long the batteries last?

Thanks!