Sunday, December 31, 2017

Projector Light | Product Review


Lights all of the lights, project them bright, project them until all eyes marvel in your sights -DeBarros

That’s exactly what this projector light does.  Very bright and very noticeable - these lights were inspired by Tupac Shakur - All Eyez On Me.  Especially when it’s night time or in a dark room :)

I had high expectations for this projector light, like most things in my life, I expect beauty and eye candy!  After plugging in the projector light and giving the lights a whirl (pun intended), I came to the conclusion the device performed up to its name - projector led lights in a various of 24 patterns.  Now the light patterns themselves drew little meaning to me, as they are random patterns with the main theme being red and green.  Which I suppose points heavily to Christmas but red and green can mean other things…  Nonetheless, I’m a disco ball baby and these lights reminded me of the disco funk still inside of me :)


Now I won’t dive into technical specs as you can see that info in the product description, but I will give you some ideas as to where you can use the lights - keep the lights out of walking area of humans - even though the product says safe for human eyes, bright lights don’t feel good in the eye, I accidentally looked into the light…  I didn’t make it to the other side though :|

  • Project the light on the wall, or den of a home, even a garden wall in a easy way, and don’t worry about weather affecting your laser decorations (completely weatherproof).
  • Dress up the outside of your home during the holidays
  • Replace an aging disco ball by shining the light towards the ceiling but still out of the direct way of human eyes - you could hang the projector light from a ceiling, point it up and operate it with the included responsive remote control.
  • Project a pretty night light patterns in your kids rooms.


The Title - I am going to be completely honest with you here, maybe you will agree or disagree, but this product has a slight identity crisis, in the title it is called a “Projector Night Light” “Landscape Spotlight” “Waterproof Projection Light” Remote control for Holiday, Weddings and Christmas - can we just call it a Multi-Color Holiday Light Projector (that’s my 2cents)?

The Remote Control - ok so the remote control has the following buttons:
Flash + (increase flashing), Flash -, (decrease flashing)
Motor + (increase motion of patterns), Motor - (decrease motion of patterns).

The Motor + and - threw me for a slight loop, felt like I was playing horseshoes for a bit ;), but after experimenting, I understood to increase/decrease  of rotation / motion .  

I think the manufacturer had only enough space for 4-5 letter words on the buttons, and “motor” was the closet fit, I can suggest another 4-5 letter word dealing with motion, but then it would only be relevant to my date from Tinder…

Other than that the remote is very responsive, works as designed!


The Projector light does what it says it does, I’ll keep this light stored away and pull it back out for the times I visit my best friend’s rooftop pool and jacuzzi.

And put on a light show - I’ll be the cool kid once again!

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