(Closed) Litecubes! Questions and excitement!

posted 6 years ago in Decor
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I have never seen them before but I LOVE them !!!!!!!!!!!!!  Where can I get some 😉  I think you are onto a great idea !

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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

@MrsFutureG:  

How do I turn Litecube products on and off?

On most Litecube products a single push of the button produces a “heartbeat” pulse, a second produces a fast blink, the third push turns it steadily on and a final one turns it off.

The exception to this rule are the “Rainbow” products, where each push of the button produces a differing color effect or turns the effect off.


How long do Litecubes last?

There is no absolute definitive lifespan. Useful life will depend on how long the cube(s) are on and how often they are used. 

The short answer is long enough for you to have lots and lots of fun with them. The long answer is, well, complicated.

With intermittent usage, any cube should get approximately between 25 and 35 hours of good light from the cube. After that they will dim down slowly, but last for many more hours.

Some cubes use power at a faster rate than others. Some will show very little decline for a long period of time, others will show some reduction in brightness, reach a plateau of still very serviceable light and then go on for hours and hours.

If, however, you choose to use them steadily, they will certainly last through a social event but their life span will not be as long. Generally speaking they should last between 12 and 30 hours.

If you use them in flashing or pulsing mode, this too will affect the life span.

Using your Litecube intermittently and allowing it to “rest” between uses maximizes the life of the lithium battery. Should you decide to freeze your Litecube product, rest assured that the lithium battery within likes the cold and it won’t slow it down a bit!

Remember, ALL Litecube products will easily get through any normal length event and with the propensity of guests to take them home, we can almost guarantee that they’ll still be using their cubes (and remembering your event) for weeks and months to come.

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Oooh. Those are fun. 

Post # 7
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

Sounds fun!  I got some the turn several colors at Walmart the other day 5/$3! 

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