Original advertised offer details & such: 1 set - $19.99 + $9.99 S&H. Includes: 4 stencils, 3 sheets of "limited edition" canvas, 3 sheets jumbo canvas, tip book. BOGO: Wide Beam Glow Wand. Sales tax: Varies.
Fireflies. M'mmmm, summer's mood lighting. Made for lovers and children on those lazy, tranquil evenings. Someone's actually made a product that can help simulate the effect. Now, we're not ones who'll typically gush over a product but in the case of Glow Crazy, we make that rare exception. Anyone who can bottle the glow in the dark light of summer and let children make crazy, beautiful magic with lights and sounds that aren't coming from a video game system is awesome in our book. Who knew you could do that anymore?
But what we want to know is whether Glow Crazy's lifespan is as short as firefly in a mason jar - even with holes in the top.
They're like fireflies in a flashlight. Once you make a few drawings you'll want to scoop them up in a mason jar with holes in the top and run like Hell to show them off (yeah, I quoted Miranda Lambert). And if your kids are looking to make specific shapes in the dark and they aren't Van Gogh, they're in luck because Glow Crazy comes with stencils and canvas to create the effects - just don't tell Vincent it's that easy anymore.
According to official product website glowcrazy.com, Glow Crazy claims the following features and benefits:
- Make fun Go! Go! Glow!
- Draw over 10 Feet Away
- Make cool light shapes that last
- Narrow & Wide beams available
- 3o-day guarantee (minus S&H)
Order Process: Well, figure that one out. We didn't find any issues with the order process. The one glitch we'll point out is that the S&H isn't initially displayed. If you just order one Glow Crazy and purchase nothing else during the extensive upsell process, you'll find that the S&H is $9.99. Then sales tax will depend upon where you live. Just make sure you know that going in and it won't be an issue.
Product Performance: This is was the coolest part of the review. We went a-lookin' for reviews. We found the fluff and nobody had anything bad to say. The cool part was, well, in short, marketers spend way too much money making commercials that go by a single CTA and a nice jingle. What really works are honest testimonials. Like in this YouTube video below. All you need is a child and their idle curiosity. Take a look and tell us you wouldn't want one for your kid after seeing it. If you say you don't, you're lying (just kidding :-) ).:
Customer Service: Phone: 888.524.glow email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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