I have had fiber optic lamps and similar accessories from elsewhere, but this is much more durable on the fibers, and the salt and pepper design creates a neat hybrid aesthetic! Good for mood lighting on the critter when set to a slow pulse.
While it doesn't extend the beam, it does help smooth out aberrations, I have not yet found a use for the flexible portion of the accessory, but it does also reduce the FOV partially so you can look at it from the side without glare.
Their products are so beautifully made. You can feel the love. And the staff and customer service is over the top count recommend this company enough. Oh, and I just found out they’re shipping is carbon neutral.
I bought this saver as a light toy for festivals. I am extremely satisfied with the brightness and vividness of the saber and it’s many color options. I have so much fun playing around with the countless color setting variations. It is incredibly light, so it is easy to hold for long periods of time. The construction feels high quality and durable. I really could have a full blown light saber battle with this saber and I wouldn’t feel like it would fall apart or damage (although I wouldn’t want to scratch up the tube!). The many light variations of the menu was tricky to understand and took me a while to learn, and I still have more features to explore, however after learning it the menu system makes sense. My only criticism is that the tube often has a hard time finding the alignment for screwing into the critter flashlight’s grooves. It takes a little bit of maneuvering and twisting to get them to finally align, almost as if I can’t find where it catches. However, once it is attached it feels very solid with no slack.
Overall 10/10 product and I look forward to purchasing more attachments to have fun with.
This is a great product. Grabbed with 3 accessories my favorite is the saber. Keep it up!
I bought this set as an add-on to my DIY light painting kit. And this set did not disappoint me and comes with everything a light painter needs.
I ordered a couple of these to make my own blades and they worked out great. You just glue in your new blade in and screw it in to the CRITTER and its solid. And its made of quality aluminum so it just screws right in to the CRITTER.
I’ve been using fiber optic whips for two years and the bitwhip by AOAM is hands down the most durable and bright whip out there. I love that you can custom program your own colors and it’s a great flow toy to impress any audience!! I love the versatility of the prop and can’t wait to add more tools to work play with. Thank you!
I have been a fiber optics whipper for over two years. My first baby was a GloFX, but once I dove in I found AOAM (Ants on a melon). I saw how amazing the fibers, lighting, and accessories were. It’s worth the investment of a flow toy.
When I finally made the investment it paid off. I got 2 whips, 2 batteries and chargers, a connector piece to make 1 super long whip.
I even bought the bit whip with the 1.0 and due to the release time frame had it upgraded to 2.0 for free.
I also didn’t follow the instructions and left the cap out of the handle, bent the handle and had it replaced within less than a week for under $30.
I love this company and products. I heavily recommend AOAM if you are a flowmie.
The quality is amazing, really feels and works like a professional piece of kit. The light and computer are so powerful in the critter 2.0
I have no complaints about the quality of the case. It seems like it will hold up and protect the critter, so that's great. My only complaint (and I'm only bringing it up as it seems like something that could be a product modification in the future) is that the key to open the critter doesn't fit inside the case. The key is such a small accessory and it just seems like something that she be kept with the critter. I like that there's a little pouch in the case that I can fit the charging cord in, and I'm just barely able to get the lanyard in there, but it seems there could be a way to configure a little pouch or extension to fit the key. Something for R&D to consider maybe? :)
We’re going to a rave later this month and I wanted to make a costume with fiber optic lights. I bought a few options and tested their brightness and quality and this light package was superb. I’m so excited to share the final product.
This critter is lovely and bright, totally the best for light painting.
Great blade thank you.
After an initial problem with only part of my purchase being sent, I can't praise the AOAM team enough for putting my order right.
I played with the controls which are a little complicated but I went out last night and created a few images and am very happy!
The Critter offers a whole range of colours and modes in one quality torch and the screw on tools are if high quality and a perfect match to the Critter.
Back out tonight for more light painting fun, thank you Ants for a superb product.
I enjoy the Bitwhip package so much. I was fun to try out the movements and learn some new movements. I can't wait to practice with it more and learn all the cool moves and tricks with it.
These whips are so damn nice. I love how long they are and all the different colors. They’re also hella sturdy. Best whips you can get in my opinion :) absolutely worth the money
I have the 140 fiber tool and it was perfect for what I wanted to do. They can be trimmed to the size you want which is great and the swivel keeps the curls facing the direction I want as I turn the hand holding the critter.
It's the brightest whip on the market hands down. There's so many different color modes, and you can customize each mode and save it a bunch of times. So you can have multiple favorite modes saved. I literally don't have to choose just one for each mode, it's so cool. I love bringing it to shows too. So far I'm the only one I've met with this baby where I'm from and I must say, it makes me feel cool(er) :)
This whip is my dream come true.its exactly what ive needed. Its like the FF and GloFx whip had a much more attractive and talented child. I've had nothing but problems with glofx and FF for the last year when i first got them: to the button clickers breaking so i cant even turn it on, unable to program, unable to shut off without unscrewing it and taking that battery out. Batteries dying and burning out, the chargers not working, the threads being really brittle, the grips rolling off, and the circuit board shorting out if I try to change between the modes too quickly. I must have had to replace The glofx at least 5 times and the FF whip twice. Ive only had 1 issue with the aoam programming but it was just because I suck at programming. I didn't even know glfx had 3 programmable colors bc it never said anywhere that it was possible. I learned it on accident trying to find comparison videos to learn which to better suit my videos. I'd still take this one in a heartbeat though. Imo the BRIGHTNESS alone is worth it since I dance in the dark.
I've purchased a lot of blades and attempted to make my own blades. When i say that the 9" Digital Feather is the THICKEST blades I've ever seen, held, used....etc!! When I say this blade is bright and holds the light.....it REALLY holds the light!! When it's paired with the AOAM Critter....magic happens!!! If the rest of the blades are this thick, I'll eventually buy all of them.
So I bought the 8" Sol Saber, and i have to admit, I kinda looked at sideways when i first opened it up.....but after I used it........I carry this tool EVERYWHERE with me now. I can bang out a quick piece in no time and be on to the next spot in minutes. It's size is very deceiving, but trust and believe I have produced images that look HUGE with this saber. It small but built tough, lightweight, and it's really bright. I definitely recommend you add the 8" saber to your light painting aresnal...you'll be glad you did.
I purchased the sol saber in 2 lengths, 8" and 24", and both go everywhere with me. They are fun to use on their own or with added materials inside or outside to make different effects. Making modifications to them has been a lot of fun!
I really like the way the ants on a melon dusters move. Just the right amount of springiness. Better than the competition.
I purchased the Hive pattern 24" Lumi Sabre as a trial for my girlfriend who adores anything that lights up and blinks. She loved it! I found the sabre to be brighter than I expected. In terms of movement, I find it very refined and well balanced, yet light and maneuverable.
I liked it so much, I bought 2 more of them, in the 36" size to complete all her pattern set.
She finds them useful for light painting as well as prop work as a staff.