If you want to make your landscaping efforts just as eye-catching during the night as they are when the sun is up, the Glow-in-the-Dark Core Glow Pebbles will light up your life… or at least your yard.
These eco-friendly, recycled glass and resin pebbles are engineered to create a gentle, radiant afterglow after being exposed to light from either the sun or a man-made light source for a few hours. The glow is initially bright but dissipates as time passes.
Glow-in-the-Dark Core Glow Pebbles
- Glow in the Dark, Reinvented – The new luminescent material in our CORE Glow products is a multi-activated, highly efficient powder cultivated from the earth, that enables light-storing with a long afterglow.
- Bright – The brightness and duration of the luminescent material we use is more than 10 times brighter than traditional ZnS (zinc sulfide) luminous material.
- Efficient – With only 10-20 minutes of exposure to daylight or lamplight, the CORE Glow products can maintain its afterglow in the dark for about 10-12 hours.
- Waterproof – Expert engineering has enabled excellent water resistance compared to the common ordinary aluminate photo luminescent or afterglow pigments.
- Eco-Friendly – All CORE Glow products are non-radioactive, non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
- Power Saving Solar Power – All CORE Glow products require no electricity and thus no wires, no power supply and no batteries. This saves natural resources and is another eco-friendly benefit.
- Color Choices – Available in 4 colors, all of which glow various colors at night (i.e. red will glow orange, blue – blue, white – blue, light green – bright green)
- PLEASE NOTE: these are not a replacement for regular lighting but rather provide an ambient glow for all night enjoyment in various colors and shapes.
- Longevity: approx. 20 years!
Put a little glow in your garden and light in your lawn with the Glow-in-the-Dark Core Glow Pebbles for $20-$75 at Core Systems.
(via Gadget Review)
Be careful where you use these, when it comes time to mow the lawn, these can become projectiles and possible hurt anyone within range, small kids in particular.
Really! Wow! Things could be projectiles while mowing the lawn. Who would of thought.