RGB Critter Silicone Shell
Choose from a variety of colors to replace your current Silicone Shell for the RGB Critter Flashlight. The RGB Critter Silicone Shell can be removed by using a tight grip to slide the Shell off one end of the RGB Critter.
Raised Button Shells - Available Now!
Released in November 2022, our Raised Button Silicone Shells offer a new button height of +1mm above the height of the body of the Silicone Shell. This extra button height makes the buttons easier to press and find in the dark!
Non-Raised Button Shells
This version of the Critter Shell includes buttons that are flush with the height of the body of the Silicone Shell.
How To Replace a Critter Shell
We recommend warming up the silicone Shell using a hair dryer or similar and then trying to apply it, this makes the silicone more flexible and easier to install (don't heat up the aluminum body of the Critter as it may damage the battery or electronics).
To remove, place the bottom of the Critter on a hard surface and use both hands to slide the Shell downward.
To install a new Shell, reverse this process and slide the Shell on from the bottom side of the aluminum housing (make sure buttons align with button hole). You will need to use both hands for both steps and it can be hard on your hands and elbows, so please be careful 🙏
SAFETY AND WARRANTY NOTICE
Light Painting Blades are designed to be used for light painting photography. Light Painting Blades should never be used as a weapon or any form of performance prop. Use of these products as a performance flow prop could result in serious injury or damage to the product. Some of our Blade shapes have very sharp and pointy edges, so please be sure to wear proper eye protection to protect your body!
Light Painting Photography
- AOAM Ambassador | Russell Klimas | @lightnlense
- AOAM Ambassador | Daniel Kessel | @lightcrafter.artistry
- AOAM Ambassador | Babs Balogun | @cre8fotoz
Join Our RGB Critter Light Painting Group on Facebook
Join us on Facebook where we host a group for Light Painters who create artwork using the RGB Critter. In this group you will have the opportunity to learn new tips and techniques and ask questions about the RGB Critter.