DIY Mini Flashlight Key Chains
I used this as a craft idea for kids preschool age. They all liked it, and were really excited, but some of the flashlights didn't work. But that was only like one in the pack. So I would buy it again.
August 10, 2011
The flashlights are amazing. A great price for a great product. Was able to put clear personalized labels on them.
May 18, 2009
Small and fun for favors.
These white flashlights are very small and fun for favors. We used them at a 'just in case table' for an outdoor wedding reception. Kids loved them! The light was substantial given the size. Some of the keychains attached broke off quickly. We did not try adding color to them. We will be using the extras for an upcoming church activity.
May 28, 2014
A few came broken
It said 'designing' flashlights. But they were plastic and not good for coloring on.
Also a few came broken.
May 22, 2014
Great for my preschoolers project,
We had a ball decorating the flashlights, parents included:) Plan to order for next years class.
April 10, 2014
Kids love the flashlight as a birthday token!
March 25, 2014
I have had to go in and take out the insides of 1/2 of these and redo the connections so it would light. I would think hard on getting these again.
Would think hard on buying this again.
March 6, 2014
These were used as gifts in Christmas goodie bags. More than half of them didn't work and some that did were very weak.
December 22, 2012
I didn't look at the size when I ordered - they're tiny. On the bright side though the light they let out is decent and you don't have to buy batteries for them
April 23, 2012
Don't waste your money on this item
We purchased these for a 9 year old birthday party where we would be walking to dinner 5 blocks. These flashlights were so weak that it did not make any difference that they had light. They do not stay on without holding down the button, so these kids were not going to be able to continue to push their thumb down for 5 blocks. The key ring on the back fell off of practically everyone of them and when they did, the children dropped them. When they dropped them, the lenses would pop off. Needless to say I should have just purchased an inexpensive real flashlight.
February 6, 2012