Blinky LED Polygons – Convertible necklace to earrings

$135.00

It’s a necklace, its earrings, its both! Match your style and mood with this this 2 segment convertible LED jewelry piece.  Each blue polygon segment has 2 twinkling amber lights powered by 4 tiny solar panels.

See it in action below.

Size: 2″ long by 0.9″ wide each
Solar Charge Time: 15 minutes
Optional USB Charge Time: 1 minute
Lifespan in Darkness: 3+ hours

6 in stock

Description

Lightweight and versatile, each segment measures 2″ long by 0.9″ wide. Designed and handmade by us and sealed in epoxy to protect it.  Includes earrings and an 18″ gunmetal grey necklace chain with 3″ silver extension.

3+ hours of wearable tech awesome-sauce for wardrobe.  Perfect urban accessory for a night out.

And don’t fret if you’re not super tech-savvy — we’’ll include all the details and directions with the piece, so you can get the very most out of your jewelry.

Operation:  I’m ALIVE!                                                                                                                    

  1. Flip switch to side labeled “Direct”. The power storage capacitors are now disconnected and I get my energy directly off the surrounding light. Sunlight is best, but not the only source I like.
  2. Flip switch to side labeled “Store” to store solar energy or run off internal storage.  The storage capacitor is now connected.
    1. Solar – find a light source I like and leave me under it for 10-15 minutes.
    2. Optional USB – plug me in. Wait 2 minutes till I’m really, really  If the LED’s are constant, I’m full.
  3. Store my energy for later by flipping the switch to “Direct”.

Endurance: When flipped to “Store” I’ll run about 90 minutes on a full charge in darkness. In “Direct” I’ll blink as long as the room is bright.

Additional information

Weight 0.09 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 1 in

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