Star Shower Outdoor LED Motion Lights

Holiday lights have come a long way from power guzzling yet singularly beautiful C9 light bulbs to miserly LED lights. Modern LED Christmas lights may have taken some getting used to as the old incandescent bulb had a naturally warm glow whereas LED lights appear more of a cold / electric feel. However, newer models have softened the bite of LED lights by fine tuning color spectra.

One of the coolest new lights is the very popular Star Shower available on Amazon for only $39.95

Star Shower Motion Laser Light by BulbHead - Indoor Outdoor Laser Light for Hassle-Free Holiday Decorating – Sparking or Still Red and Green Laser Lights Cover up to 3200 Square Feet

Star Shower Use Details

In a nutshell, this is a very useful unit. In addition to the Green, Red or Red Green static and motion functions, there are a few things I’d really like to see it do. How about a blue laser? Not sure of this is possible for a unit of this low price but that would be nice. White would also be nice, but this unit just can’t do those colors. I imagine you will see upgraded versions in the near future. The motion option also needs a little more variety and a full random mode rather than the zoom in zoom out pattern. See the video below of the option you get.

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These three LED projection units are a little pricier, but it’s good to see what else is out there. These all do only red and green. In this class of LED holiday projection lights, the Star Shower is still the hands down price winner.

So Can They be Used Indoors?

Absolutely. The only trick is proper aiming. You do not want the laser pointing towards anyone. A ceiling mount works best, pointing at a wall or the floor. Can light a room for 10×10 to 200×200 or bigger. Be sure you specify the “motion” model. If you keep your eyes open, you can find these Star Shower Motion lights on sale for under $20!

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A Backlit Bar Top?

One very interesting option would be to mount the unit inside your bar and shoot it into an opaque plexiglass bar top. You would have to tile the top and have a thicker base of clear plexiglass. Not cheap, but it would be very unique. We have some more information on our partner  site about cool bar top lighting.