dealsikor ledtee sound activated led t-shirt (7 styles…

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I guess it's like advertising on web sites. You have your simple text based ones (usually from Hot Topic), then some with pictures, and all of a sudden you click on a link and there are all these lights flashing at you, claiming you're the one-zillionth winner! I think we should get out before they put some speakers in these things.

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QTY Discount:

Buy 2+ for $16.88 each . Buy 5+ $14.88 each.

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These were quite the rage back in 1999.

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I had to go click on each one to see what it did. :)

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Wow. I just got one (plain looking one) from handhelditems.com
[http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/3f2fba6e-d689-42c2-bca6-1144cca3831e/led-sound-activated-e-q-raver-t-shirt-large]
I would rate mine a 3/5... it has a controller to change the sensitivity, but even at its max it doesn't detect sound all too well. Battery life is about 3 hours on max sensitivity, takes 4 AAA batteries. Price: $18.94
(Once again, this was the one I bought... just offering a comparison)

EDIT: The one I bought is comparable to [http://www.ikordesign.com/ikordesign/product_info.php?products_id=33419]
NOTE - This one doesn't mention anything about a sensitivity controller, so I feel like I got a better deal.

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I got one of these as a gift last year, the blue and purple equalizer. It worked for about 1/2 of a U2 concert, then the battery pack got really hot and it failed. But at least I was cool like that.

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@gchinkin:you can find lots of LED shirts for $12-$15. ikordesign design and making the shirts and shipping from Chicago USA not from China! This is not a generic shirt. We got quality equalizer shirts with more than 7 styles. We also give you 30 days money back guarantee if you don’t like it.

For more info feel free to call 800.438.7630 M-F 10AM-4PN CT

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@pwjohnston: the batteries on ikordesign shirt swill give you more than 10 hours! There is lots of low quality LED shirts online.

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The thing I've always wondered is: these shirts don't really display spectrum analysis, do they? I'm guessing that they only play predefined patterns when they react to sound. Does anyone know for sure? (Ikor guy maybe?)

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At a rave these may induce seizures. Techno not recommended

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I bought an EQ shirt elsewhere for almost twice this price! Mine has a sensitivity selector and I keep it turned way down so it's not always maxed out. It actually DOES detect sound- I wore it at Walt Disney World and people were stopping me constantly to tell me they liked it!

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@evilmicrowizard: I would like to know if its a true spectrum analyzer myself. Though I seriously doubt it.

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does anyone know how well these actually perform?? i mean besides the one that stopped at the U2 concert?? i bet they would fail quickly if your sweating reallly bad......

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Bought one of these a few months back on sellout. it was originally lost in shipping but the company was very cool and sent me another one at no charge.

PROS: you are the center of attention at parties or concerts. by the end of the night drunk people can be found shouting directly at your shirt to watch the lights bounce

CONS: this is NOT a true spectrum analyzer. the lights bounce in relation to the INTENSITY of the sound, not the EQ. the battery pack hides in a convenient place, but you can't wash the shirt (I wear an under shirt so it doesn't get sweaty). Also, I bought an XL and it fits more like a med/lrg so I suggest going a size bigger if you order

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I wonder how Woot! feels about the fact that you stole their image to use on your splash page...

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@noctis: I would imagine since they are a paying deals.woot sponsor that we'll work it out with them very nicely, or perhaps the deals.woot team approved.

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I'm sure I'm not the first to ask this, but how the hell do you wash it?

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I have had two different LED t-shirts before, both with varying quality. The first one I bought at a concert for 35 bucks, wore it maybe 3 or 4 times before the battery pack broke. Then I purchased one from an online vendor (FlashWear) and the overall quality was MUCH better. This one still works...
I'm definately down to order some new designs though.

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I'd buy one of these if they were machine washable. Why can't someone make one where the LED thing attaches on some how.

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@yuppicide: FYI: I-KOR Design LED Shirt are infect machine washable! just be sure to remove the LED Banner and the battery pack.
for more info please contact us at 800-438-0681

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Just got three for my grandkids.

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@redstickman: What?!?! Where the heck were these when I needed them in 1999?!?! Rollin' into the new millennium would been that much cooler if I had one of these ;)

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http://www.bbb.org/chicago/business-reviews/computers-supplies-and-parts/i-kor-design-in-morton-grove-il-1004930#complaint

Based on BBB files, I-kor Design, Inc. has a BBB Rating of F on a scale from A+ to F.

Reasons for this rating include:
Failure to respond to 9 complaints filed against business.

I found this..... I don't know how official this website is but you can go to the link to see what I saw.

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I really wish they were standard US sizes - then I would be in for 5

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These rubber paneled shirts might be a better buy:
http://dlfr.me/bSd

They're even washable.

Only downside is that they don't show any pictures of the shirts themselves, only the T-Qualizer panels, which makes me think they might be hiding some ugliness. The other negative, of course, is that they're an extra $6 (24.95 including shipping), but personally I think I'd pay the extra money.