Alien Light is a gray and neon green wearable light with two bendable arms. It's meant to provide users with light in the exact place they need it, and it can be worn around the neck, placed on a flat surface, or wrapped around an object. With each light, you'll have the option of three slightly different shades of illumination and three different brightness levels, which can be quickly changed with the press of a couple of buttons.
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To start using your Alien Light, press the green power button in the center of the neck strap to turn it on, and wrap it around your neck like a horseshoe. The open side should be positioned at the front of your neck. Alternatively, you can bend the light and set it on a flat surface by using one arm as the base, or wrap it around an object. However, wrapping it around the neck will likely be its most common use.
When your light is turned on, the end of each arm will glow with illumination. If you think the arms are pointing in an appropriate direction, you can leave them as they are, but you can adjust their angle by bending them up, down, or to either side, if necessary. It all depends on what you need to look at.
While you're using this light, you'll have three shades of illumination to choose from, including a warm (more yellow) glow, clear white, and super-bright white light. To cycle through these options, keep pressing the gray button on the outside of your light's neck strap until you find a color that's appropriate for your current activity. Following that, use the smaller button on the outside of one arm to cycle through the low, medium, and high brightness options so you can choose one.
Once you've selected the appropriate color and brightness levels, you can get going with using your light indoors or outdoors. It's suitable for use during a variety of activities, such as fixing your car, going for a walk, or making a craft that requires great attention to detail. Whenever you switch activities, you'll be able to quickly cycle through your light's color and brightness options to adjust these levels, if needed.
You should never keep your light on if you're planning to sleep, as the strap could move and potentially choke you. After you're done using it, store it in a cool, dry place.
The arms and the center of each Alien Light will bend in any direction, so the light can take virtually any shape, including a coil-like "S" shape. Its flexibility will come in handy if you want to wrap it around an object, such as your bike while you're riding at night, for your own safety. This flexibility may also help you out when you need to look closely into a small nook or cranny under your stairs or beneath an appliance.
This light has a slim, ergonomic design that makes it comfortable to wear. While you have it on, you won't feel as if you're carrying something heavy around your neck, and the same thing goes if you happen to wrap it around your wrist or arm. In fact, each light is lightweight enough that after you become absorbed in some activity, you may momentarily forget you're wearing it.
The Alien Light is battery-operated, which means you won't have to worry about pulling an extension cord around after you as you use it. You'll also be able to use this light in places in which you may not have access to electricity, such as a campsite or a more old-fashioned cottage. Plus, this light's a good thing to bring along in the car when you might need a bit of illumination but you'd rather not plug anything into the vehicle's battery and potentially drain its power.
Since this light will hang from almost anything, and can even sit on its own if it's bent in the right way, it'll allow you to keep both hands free as you use it. This makes it stand in stark contrast to a flashlight that you'd have to carry while trying to complete tasks with just one hand. The Alien Light is also more comfortable to wear than most bulky, hands-free headlamps. When both of your hands are free, you may be able to finish arts and crafts projects or complete home repairs much more efficiently than usual.
Leaving a bulky flashlight or headlamp at home when you go out at night could make your activities unsafe, but fortunately, wearing your lightweight Alien Light will promote safety in almost any outdoor situation. It'll help you see everything in front of you much more clearly while you're cooking outdoors, walking down a trail, sitting by the pool, or doing various other outdoor activities at night. That way, you'll be able to avoid potential obstacles and dangers more effectively.
People who like to read or do other quiet activities (like studying or knitting) in bed may keep their partner or roommate awake by leaving on a lamp or overhead light. On the other hand, once you have an Alien Light, you'll be able to wear that instead and give yourself enough light for your activities without disturbing anyone else in the room. For optimum results, you'll even be able to tilt one or both arms of your light directly at your book, your papers, or your knitting needles.
You can get a single one of these lights alone, but they're also available in sets of two, three, and four identical lights. If you get a set for your entire household, you may want to use them all for maximum illumination while you're on a group trip, such as a family boat ride.
It appears that there's no way to recharge the battery in each of these lights, such as plugging it into a USB port or a wall outlet. Therefore, when it burns out after a certain number of months or years, you'll likely have to replace the entire light instead of just the battery.
This type of light hasn't been deemed completely waterproof, so while it's suitable for outdoor use and can likely withstand a few drops of rain, you should avoid getting it soaked. Likewise, you should never wear your light into a body of water or dunk the whole thing in water.
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