Originally when identifying our target audience for Larala Lights we pictured modern hospitality settings looking to add ambient light as well as a unique look to their space; we pictured upmarket homes who wanted to make their backyard areas standout when they had friends over for dinner on Saturday evening; we pictured light lovers who were captivated by the beautiful colours created by the RGB LED lights present in the Larala light range. What we hadn't really considered was children. Fortunately through the numerous trade shows, exhibitions and home & garden shows we've done over the past few years which allows us to interact directly with people face to face we have a clearer understanding of how children react to our colour changing light designs. AND they absolutely love them!
Time and time again I watch the eyes of children of all ages settle on our lighting displays and they are just captivated! They see a display of numerous different shapes glowing in a brilliant and vibrant red, then at the tap of a button on the remote control they all change to green and it's like WOW! Forget the technical terms, or the eco-friendly aspect of LED lights, or the designer style. It's the simple shapes and magical colour changing abilities which draws in the young. Just wait until they get their hands on the remote and then the fun really begins. It's awesome to see a young child practicing their colours as they control 10, 20, 30 different lights change colour at their command. Green! Red! Pink! Orange! Blue! They shout.
One of the best aspects of LED lights is that they don't emit heat; so they're not hot to touch. This makes it perfectly safe for a child to be around one of our Larala Lights Eggs or Tear Drops. Also because of the strengthened PE plastic the outer material is made of it makes the lights very durable. If one accidentally drops it or knocks it off a table top or bedside table then the light isn't going to shatter into a thousand pieces. Also because our LED night lights and LED furniture range are all rechargeable and cordless it means they don't actually have to be plugged into the power when in use. This takes away fears of live wires and electrocution.
And that is what we have discovered. That Larala Lights make for great children's night lights and cool presents for kids too. We've had real life comments like:
"We bought one for our outdoor table but our kids stole it and use it in their room every night!"
"...were able to wow our friends and family at Christmas and New Year. Also I thought I'd let you know I also just took them camping to a DOC camp. They were fantastic, not only for effects, but for illuminating my son's tent enough so he could read. The charge lasted really well, I didn't need to re charge them."
Kids really love the shape of the LED Egg light. Click here to get yours today.
RGB LEDs might seem like a complicated term but in reality it is the opposite! RGB simply stands for:
So an RGB LED light contains these 3 colours which combine together to create different hues (a colour or shade). They say that the possibilities are more than 16 million different hues! RGB LED lights are revolutionary because they allow you to have multiple different colours emitting from within the one light, there are even great settings where you can have the colours flick through from one colour to the next or fade slowly in and out. This is why RGB lights have become particular popular in establishments like bars, hotels and clubs where a more unique light is required. RGB lights have also been taken up by big buildings where they want to stand out and create spectacular light displays in the evening.
You can get RGB LED lights in different forms such as a colour changing RGB light bulb, RGB strip lights and RGB portable lamps. So next time you see the term "RGB LED light" you will know it's no where near as complicated as it seems! Oh and incase you don't know what LED stands for it stands for:
Colour changing Sphere showing the strobe mode for RGB LED lights