As Seen On TV: Light Up Links Review


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Light Up Links Commercial



Light Up Links Video Review



    The Product: Light Up Links

    The Promise: “First You Think And Then You Link”

    The Total Price: 1 Set of Light Up Links for $19.99 + $6.99 s/h.

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Light Up Links Full Review


What Are Light Up Links?

Just shake Light Up Links to activate!

Just shake Light Up Links to activate!

Light Up Links are a building toy with motion activated L.E.D. hubs, bendable connectors and plastic tubes. (Some of the tubes even glow in the dark!) This building system allows you to build stand alone projects, or you can even build it around your favorite toys! Each Light Up Links kit comes with 158 pieces which include 12 L.E.D. hubs and several connectors and tubes.


What Makes Light Up Links A Good Buy?

For us, just getting 12 water resistant L.E.D. throwies was a good value in itself, but the glow in the dark pieces were really nice as well. The L.E.D.s themselves are bright, and playing with Light Up Links was just plain fun!


Does Light Up Links Have A Special Offer?

Double Offer (Buy one and get a second kit for just processing and handling)


Light Up Links Total Price Breakdown

One Light Up Links kit for $19.99 + $6.99 s/h + a second Light Up Links kit for just an additional $6.99 s/h for a grand total of $33.97. (On the website you can also order just one kit for $19.99 + $6.99 s/h for a total of $26.98.)


Light Up Links Lowest Price

We actually found our review copy of Light Up Links at our local Walmart for $19.99. (They are part of the upcoming fall As Seen On TV modular in most stores.)

(Alternatively, you can see if you can find it cheaper at walmart.com by searching in the box below:)




Where To Buy Light Up Links?

You can get Light Up Links via the official www.lightuplinks.com website now or at retail stores like Walmart


Do Light Up Links Have A Warranty or Guarantee?

Light Up Links are covered by a full 30 day money back guarantee minus the cost of shipping and handling.


Light Up Links Customer Service Information

Telephone: 1-877-362-9596

Email: LightUpLinks@webcsr.info


Do Light Up Links Really Work?

Our box of Light Up Links mostly worked as advertised. (We had one of our 12 L.E.D. hubs that would not light up.) The connectors and the tubes worked just fine as well. The glow in the dark pieces glowed nicely, and the L.E.D.s were bright and colorful.


Light Up Links Review: Our Conclusion

Our conclusion? We like Light Up Links!

Our conclusion? We like Light Up Links!

All in all we were mostly satisfied with Light Up Links. We loved the bright and glowing pieces and assembly was a fairly straight forward affair. We enjoyed making mostly wearable creations with ours, but your tastes may vary.

Our few negatives with Light Up Links were fewer glow in the dark pieces than we had hoped for, a lack of top and bottom connector pieces on the hubs, and of course our one defective L.E.D. hub. (For us this was easily solved as we just exchanged our set with a new one at our local Walmart.)

Nick and I recommend Light Up Links for any imaginative builders that like new ways to create. (I also personally recommend this for anyone who wants a great price on water resistant L.E.D. throwies that can fly pretty far when you add a few extra pieces to it!) So if you enjoy building creatively or are shopping for someone who does, be sure to click the big yellow button below and get YOUR Light Up Links today!


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What are YOUR thoughts about Light Up Links? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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5 comments on “As Seen On TV: Light Up Links Review
  1. Kyla Chu says:

    First comment…Also why make the glasses?

  2. crazyteenagechik says:

    Second and also prepare for over 1m seizures

  3. Mckayla Moskal says:

    Those glasses can cause them over 1 minute heart attacks

  4. BemaniFan says:

    My first rave

  5. Megan Simon says:

    Wow this toy is a dick to epileptic kids. Or anyone with epilepsy for that matter.

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