The eCharge is the ergonomic, eco-friendly, cost-saving solution to your light show addiction.
We all know that changing batteries is a pain, so we're bringing you gloving's first ever rechargeable battery pack. With the eCharge, you can glove for hours on end and never have dim lights.
With the eCharge, you'll simply find yourself gloving more. Don't worry about having to recharge when the battery is low: the eCharge keeps your lights at maximum brightness all the way until it dies. A single charge can last 10-12 hours on low powered modes and colors, or 4-8 hours with brighter, more power hungry modes and colors. Fully recharge both units in just 1 hour.
The eCharge has no effect on the functions of your eLites. Compatible with all eLite Glove Lights.
We're not saying you have to ditch your 1620s completely. When you're out at a festival, FNL, or throwing shows at IGC, coincell batteries might just make your life easier. But for kickbacks, lab sessions, programming experiments, and those times when you just can't come up on a set of batts, the eCharge has your back. Or rather, the back of your hand.
Wrong. We asked our glovers to throw their most aggressive, mind-melting shows with the eCharge, and there wasn't a single move they could think of that it couldn't handle. The wires are gentle on the fingers, and the battery pack feels slim and minimal, weighing in at just half an ounce. The pack also has a silicon pad on the bottom providing a comfortable, non-slip grip on the back of your hand.
Don't let the wires scare you. Unlike the cheapo pre-wired set you got at the street fair, this thing was built to last. We reinforced the wires at every connection point so you can whack them, yank them, and swing them around as you please. Become the first eCharge poi spinner! Kidding. But seriously, this thing is a tank.
- 2 x eCharge Units
- 1 x Dual Micro USB to USB Cable
I've used these things maybe 5 times...They shorted out every once in awhile in the beginning, however now, the right hand more than the left, they short out after about 15-30 seconds of use. It doesn't matter how many I have on. I've made sure the wires aren't crossing, I've made sure they are fully charged, that the "top" is on top, that the wires aren't over extended, etc. They simply don't work. I've seen this complaint from most users. Its a shame, because the overall idea is brilliant. I use them mostly for practice and trying out different color combos, but they've started shorting out every time I turn them on. Its frustrating considering how excited I was when I got them. If there is something else I can try to fix them, please let me know, otherwise they'll just end up in my trash can.