@2many2no@outz If as the name suggests they are “atomic,” they are blindingly bright but last less than a second before fading. No one is sure if they deplete the batteries or simply incinerate them first.
@gustador@PHRoG Yeah. Not a great magnet, but it’s enough to keep it attached to the side (inside) of my desk drawer at work so the light is always (mostly) where I put it. It’s not a great light, but it’s enough to help me see under my desk or in other dark corners of my cubicle.
I have already bought similar, and their light doesn’t last long - a few minutes, even with the most powerful super batteries. I wish there was a way to turn off their battery draining, WHEN NOT IN USE. Great concept, but when I lose power during a storm, they won’t light in an emergency, even if I had previously used them minimally.
Every time tap lights are offered, I try to think of a personal use case for them and come up wanting. Hmmm… maybe a little light for my Unsimply Stitched sock drawer so the skulls and yetis aren’t too scared of each other in the dark.