Tri-Color Glow Necklaces
Great for Dances
I have been buying these necklaces for 6 years as I put on an annual dance at our school. The quality and price are excellent. I highly recommend this product.
April 11, 2009
one long glowstick, not separated
When I opened a long big pillar-shaped box of growsticks, some of them started grow...I just tried to see inside.
Colors mixed gradually. A few necklaces kept growing over 24hours.
Although necklaces did't grow any more now, my 7yo boy and 5yo girl still love and keep them in their bedroom :)
October 17, 2013
All the kids love to wear them!
I'm involved in a tutoring program with grade school kids. For good behavior and following the rules they earn a prize at the end of each session. Glow sticks are one of their favorits!
September 3, 2013
Shorter than most...
The glow necklaces barely fit over adults' heads and looked more like chokers on adults. They are MUCH shorter than most glow necklaces! They glow well and stayed connected well, though. We used them the first night of camp and they REALLY helped with homesickness by providing a night light for every camper!!!
July 16, 2011
Worked well; kids/adults all loved it!
Used for neighborhood block party. We were outside and these were very useful so see where people were! Everyone was thrilled -- both kids and adults loved them!
September 24, 2010
August 30, 2010
We got to raise money for cancer walk and they failed.
July 8, 2010
A Big hit
Just like the braclets, these were alot of fun.
May 18, 2010
These are a hit!
These glow necklaces are fun for all ages. They kids marvel at making them work, the teenagers get creative, and for Halloween, they are fun and help make the kids safe. At my daughter's sweet sixteen "80's theme" birthday party they were not only a hit, but they strung a bunch together in the dark dance room and made them into jump ropes.
November 14, 2009
Nice and Bright
These were a big hit at a recent pool party. They were nice and bright and stayed lit throughout the evening. I would definitely buy these again.
August 3, 2009