Monday, October 31, 2016

Laser Light Green and Blue With Remote Review

My kids are so excited to have lights that are going to beam onto our house this year for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. I tired stringing lights in the past. Even on the porch railing it annoyed me big time. One light would go out, and a series of lights would go out. I don't even know how people string them below their roof. It just seems like a pain!

There's something new you can try! Starry Laser Lights Projection puts out Green and Blue lights with a fancy remote! This system works for me!

When I asked my kids if they wanted to help me put out lights they jumped at the opportunity. They were so excited.

There's a manual, but I have to be honest we didn't use it very much.

Everything worked that slick. The only thing we had to refer the manual to was when we have to take the screw off the post, and onto the lighting device.

The remote came with batteries, which was nice! They are not a main brand of batteries, so I don't know how long they'll hold up. The only thing this kit didn't come with was an extention cord. No kit comes with that. 

The boys figured out the remote right away! We're talking before it even got dark outside.

We wanted to A) Try it out. and B) Have it a little too close to the house so that the trick or treaters can walk through the lights tonight.

Starring into the light:


You can have it just blue, just green, or blue and green. You can make it so that the lights blink, or stand still. It can all be controled with the remote. The remote even works from inside the house.


It has a timmer as well. If you know you're going to be out of town, or gone for an evening you can set it to go on at a certain time. Set a timing mode using the remote control and the light will turn on the same time every day or night and turn off again either 2, 4, 6, or 8 hours later.


The laser lights can cover up to 3900 square feet from a distance of 25 feet and can be set to flashing / twinkle, or simply stationary. It's perfect for Christmas and holiday entertainment, parties, landscape decoration, and anything else you can think of like for Trick or Treaters.

If we back it up a bit our whole house will be lit up.

Energy Saving:

These lights use 99% less energy than regular string lights. I love that you can change how it looks too.

You'll save money in the long run too! This set only costs: $75.99. If it seems like a lot think about the time you save by not having to string lights. The energy alone is a huge savings. You won't have to keep buying new lights because one bulb goes out.

The set is weather proof too. If it snows, no worries.

Do you light up your house with Christmas lights? If the laser lights aren't for you, but you still want an easy yet effective Christmas light solution, you could opt for a custom neon light.

Disclaimer: I received this Laser Light set for a discount for the purpose of this review.


Mandy said...

Those lights are so fun and look so easy to put up! What a great product to review so close to the holidays!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I can see the kids loving that!

Theresa Mahoney said...

We have one of these too and they are so fun. Such an easy way to get lights without the hassle of digging out and hanging a bunch!

Eat To Live said...

I had one of these last year... mine broke but they replaced it. They are a lot of fun.

mail4rosey said...

My brother in law has these lights and loves them. He puts one in the front and one in the back.

Indah Nuria Savitri said...

it looks beautiful indeed, Alissa...I don't celebrate X-mass but I love to have these lights..

~ Noelle said...

Lol, broxton want's lights. We have no patience or time. This might be his best option.

carol l mckenna said...

Sounds like a 'win, win' and so attractive ~ fun for the kids and all ~

Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^


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