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Juggle-Light LED Fibre Optic Hoop - 'Multi-Light'

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Juggle-Light LED Fibre Optic Hoop - 'Multi-Light'

Juggle-Light LED Fibre Optic Hoop - 'Multi-Light'

AU$ 318.88

Shipping Weight: 0.4 Kilograms
SKU: GLO-054
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Juggle Light Fibre optic hoops differ from most LED hoops in that their optic fibre core diffuses a solid light throughout the whole hoop. This gives a very different (dare we say better? No just different) effect to hoops using individual LEDs at fixed intervals. The Multi Light fibre optic hoop from Juggle-Light uses the same fibre optic core and has the same weight as the ProLine hoop. The main difference is the way the light functions are navigated and the LED units are switched on & off. To access the switches you must first open the hoop - this is very easy but less convenient than the external switch on the ProLine.
This Multi light version comes fitted with 2 Multi light LED units (one shining down each end of the fibre optic core) using standard LR43 batteries. Each Unit carries 3 banks of lights/patterns (known as A, B & C). Please note that each set comes with instructions and becomes intuitive after a little getting use to.

Bank A - 7 solid colours - Press the Unit Button once to change Colour

Bank B - ...whilst on RED in Bank A - double tap the Unit Button. Bank B offers various patterns changing colours and accelerating in speed. Tap once to freeze the speed and once again to continue. Double Press the Unit Button to get to the next Pattern.

Bank C ...whilst on ORANGE in Bank A, double tap the Unit Button. Here you'll find 4 patterns with 2 colours exchanging tracer lengths. Press once to freeze, once again to resume. Double Tap to get to the next pattern. You'll then find 3 further 2 colour patterns, a Fade Function and some pretty wild alternating colours which you can freeze on by pressing the Unit Button once. Have a look at the image below to get a good idea of these functions.