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-- Flexiglow Lazer Beam Kit
-- Price: ~$15 - $20 USD
-- 05.18.2003
-- By: GideonX
-- Page: 1 2

   There are numerous lighting accessories for the everyday modder.  Coming up with something different and unique is not easy nowadays.  Today we have a sample from Flexiglow, called the Lazer Beam Kit.  Based out of Hong Kong and Australia, Flexiglow makes quite a number of lighting goods from EL string to their own creation, the bubble light.  Lets see what we have today...

   Here is some info from their site:

  • Easy adjustable translucent housing
  • Self adhesive mounting
  • Focal Beam Magnifier
  • Connects to 12V in Car , PC, Boat etc..


  • Sonic driver with ON/OFF and sensitivity adjuster.
  • Three way Driver
  • Cigarette Jack.

   The Lazer Beam Kit is made up of 3 LEDs (blue,red,green,white,UV) in a translucent housing.  They are powered by an inverter which is controlled by a switch that allows for ON/OFF/Flash operation.  That is powered by a pass through molex, or if you may substitute it with other ways of powering.  The length of the housing to inverter is about two feet long.

   The switch has two methods of use, always on or flashing.  I noticed one switch controlled all three LEDs.  You can not make just one of them light up independently.  Might be a problem if you want total control of your lighting arrangement.  There are two screw holes on the switch, which lets you have the ability to mount it in your case.

   The inverter is about 5cm L X 3cm W X 2cm H in size.  It comes with an adhesive velcro sheet which lets you remount it.

   The housing sits on a flat base that allows for 180 degree movement.  Instead of have a stationary light, you can move the angle of the LED around if you decide to do so later on.  The base comes with a one time use adhesive.

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