The best brand of glow sticks on the market. You will receive 1 tube of 100 Lumistick brand luminescent light bracelets. Each tube contains an even mix of 5 colors — Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Pink. Your order will also contain 100 connectors so you can hook the ends together to make bracelets and necklaces. Once they start glowing, Lumistick brand glow bracelets will last you all night. They will glow super bright for 8 – 10 hours. Then, they will start to fade out but may continue to emit some light for up to 36 hours. These Lumistick brand glow bracelets are fresh from the factory. They were manufactured just a few weeks ago and guaranteed to be fresh when you receive them. Can’t use them all in one night? They have a shelf life of 2 years prior to activation. Inside the glow bracelets are two chemicals that emit light or glow when they are mixed together. When you bend it for the first time, you break an inner tube. This mixes the two chemicals together. Just shake it up and presto — it starts glowing like magic! Lumistick brand glow products are non-toxic. They are not radioactive and they are not flammable. The almost never break open, but if they do, the chemicals inside Lumistick brand glow products can be washed off skin and clothes with ordinary soap or detergent.

3 thoughts on “8″ LumiStick Brand Glowsticks Glow Stick Bracelets Mixed Colors (Tube of 100)

  1. Steven Rehrauer says:

    Bargain priced, decent performance, but perhaps not appropriate for young children The price is certainly reasonable for these. I’ve found them to be bright enough in darkness, but barely visible in indoor lighting. The colors are bright and pure. The light output is adequately bright for a couple of hours, and progressively dimmer but still obvious for several hours more.I found them to be easy to snap, but they seem to be constructed with many internal “segments”, each of which must be snapped for the entire length to glow. I’ve found that the best way to do it is to hold one end between thumb and forefinger, and with the thumb and forefinger of the other hand, starting at the same end, bend/snap gradually along the length to the other end. Think of squeezing toothpaste from a nearly empty tube, which curls as you squeeze.BUT! As some of the other reviews have said, be careful to neither bend the tube too sharply while doing this, nor to squeeze too hard. The tube is prone to cracking at the end and leaking if you do…

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