CoBeeGlow Neon Glow Stick Bracelets, 8-Inch
Last updated date: October 28, 2020
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You'll get 200 8-inch bracelets in this set, which is perfect for children. You can use them as party favors or pass them out to wear while they're playing. Once activated, each glow stick remains lighted for 8-12 hours, sometimes retaining a little light even after that.
In our analysis, the CoBeeGlow CoBeeGlow Neon Glow Stick Bracelets, 8-Inch placed 2nd when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Our high quality glowsticks ensure ultimate durability when your kids are playing with their bracelets. Non-harmful non-flammable and are approved by CPSIA and ATSM F963-03. We don’t stop at the product itself as our packaging ensures that there’s no early light ups and disappointed faces with these party sticks!
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An Overview On Glow Sticks
Light sources typically require a battery or power outlet of some sort. But there is one light source that can be activated by merely bending the tube that encases it. Glow sticks use a chemical solution partitioned off from another chemical solution. When you bend the stick, that glass partition breaks, allowing the two solutions to mix together and emit a glowing light.
The invention of glow sticks began in the 1960s, when scientists sought to create a chemical version of a firefly. It took a while for the creation to make its way to children’s parties and dance clubs, though. Initially, they were designed to be used as emergency roadside flares, and traffic glow sticks are still used by consumers and emergency personnel.
But over the years, glow sticks have evolved significantly. In addition to children playing with them, adults also wear them to liven up events. You’ll see them at amusement parks, parties, festivals and wherever else people are partying and having fun.
Glow sticks can also be functional beyond roadside emergencies. Some use them as light sources while camping or participating in other outdoor activities after sunset. Glow sticks typically retain their glow for at least eight hours, which makes them perfect for lighting an area overnight. They need no power source and can be tossed out after being used, which comes in handy when you’re packing up to go on an outdoor excursion.
The Glow Stick Buying Guide
- Before buying glow sticks, consider how you’ll be using them. If you want to wear them as a bracelet, you’ll need to make sure there’s a clasp and that the clasp is high-quality enough to hold for hours. For necklaces, look for a design that lets you hook multiple glow sticks together. If you’re buying one for a campsite, make sure it has a hook that lets you hang it on your tent or another nearby surface.
- Some glow sticks come with a lanyard, allowing you to hang your glow stick from it like a pendant.
- Although you can use a glow stick only once, there are a few ways to extend its lifespan. One is to crack it in various other places throughout its length. This will sometimes give you a little more glow after the original light has dissipated. Other methods include putting it in the freezer for a time, shaking it and pouring some hot water over it.
- Be careful not to be too rough with your glow stick. You can break the glow stick’s outer casing, making the chemical inside leak out.
- Look for a glow stick that promises to be safe and nontoxic, especially if you’ll be distributing it to children.
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