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Rainbow Projector: Love It or Leave It?

Why wait for the perfect storm (literally) of rain and sun, when you can have your own rainbow, whenever and wherever you want it?

With just a wave of your hand over it, the Rainbow Projector produces an LED rainbow light for when you need a pick-me-up (or if you are so totally sick of looking for your pot of gold).

Do you love this little instant-gratification nature gadget, or do you prefer the real thing?

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kcwebgirl kcwebgirl 8 years
i see rainbows after practically every rain and i wouldn't trade the real thing, ever.
sugar-and-spice sugar-and-spice 8 years
I want one!!!
rosey rosey 8 years
You can make a rainbow at home with a clear glass of water and either the sun or a pure white light, can't you? I mean, I didn't really pay attention in science class, but I'm quite certain it's easier to use the magic of science to get a rainbow than to buy a machine to project it.
intensebandgeek intensebandgeek 8 years
Lol, macgirl! But yea, that's a neat idea but I wouldn't get it. Rainbows are so rare here in So. Cal, so it makes it even more special when I see one!
bekbork bekbork 8 years
my daughter wants one so badly but I think it's never going to be in my house until I can plug it in. It only takes batteries and she would go through them so fast it would make your head spin.
EvilDorkGirl EvilDorkGirl 8 years
Thanks Sasseefrass for your honest review. I like it, but if it's going to put out weak rainbows then :P
Arivia Arivia 8 years
So cute! I want one!
chhavi chhavi 8 years
of course the real rainbows are better, who doesn't like to see 'em... and this one's good too!
kiwigeek kiwigeek 8 years
Its awesome! Great for a childs room or alternate source of lighting for a display or just for fun keep it up geek!
macgirl macgirl 8 years
I'm not a unicorn, so no.
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 8 years
:ponder: I think I'll just enjoy the real thing
Sasseefrass Sasseefrass 8 years
We actually bought one of these for our kids about a year ago. Unfortunately it's not well made and doesn't deliver what it promises. :( I was expecting the light to be projected through some type of prism to create a real rainbow. Instead it's a series of colored LEDs that reflect off a mirror to your wall. The light is weak and the rainbow that's produced is less than impressive. This is next on my 'want to buy' list - Crossing my fingers that it's even half as cool as it looks.
Cris1192 Cris1192 8 years
I love it, it woulld keep my brother busy for hours!!!!
hkmarks hkmarks 8 years
I used to have a suncatcher crystal in my window that sprayed rainbows all over the place whenever the sun was shining. I wish I still had it. My grandmother had a bevelled glass door that did the same to her whole front hall. Yay prisms!
allinavhcnerf allinavhcnerf 8 years
not for me but maybe for a toddler
Gabriela14815884 Gabriela14815884 8 years
I prefer the real thing. Cute idea though.
alliallialli alliallialli 8 years
That's so cute, I love it!
SummerFlirts SummerFlirts 8 years
I don't think I'd ever buy that..
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