New Wireless and battery powered uplights! Blizzard Puck Q6!!

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BillESC

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I don't know who this new poster is but he probably didn't read the TOS for this site.

While I haven't had the time to add Blizzard's new offering to our web site (and it would have to be at MAP), I've been taking orders at very nice discounted pricing since the fixture was announced.

Odd, don't you think?
 

djrogerk

New Member
This code works. I have DJ friends that have gone out and ordered them using the code. This code will give you 20% off each fixture. This is not spam or anything like that. It is an actually working code.
 
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djLee

New Member
I used this code today too. It worked. Granted I only got one of each because I want to test them first before I get more, but if they work like I want them to I'm going to get more for uplighting at weddings. Ill post my review on them later this week. Can I give this code out to my friends too?
 
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djrogerk

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Yea. Go for it. If the code worked for you just fine you are more then welcome to give it to your friends too.
 

audiopyle

ProDJ Sponsor
I'm with Bill on this. 2 brand new members pushing a deal sounds like a shill at work to me.

As an aside, the Q6 will work with wifi DMX only if you add the wicicle receivers, and have a transmitter to send DMX.
 

djstevieray

Somewhere On Hoth
I just want to say that the posting of this ad is in no way endorsed by Blizzard Lighting. I do know Ben at NLFX, and I do hope that this is not one of his employees.

I also know Mike and Bill and have done business with both in the past.

Please, since NLFX is not a paid advertiser here, can a mod please delete the references to them from this post, and I encourage the members here to call the paid advertisers for this site, as they will give you a great price on any Blizzard products.
 
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djcraig

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Now that decent battery powered uplighting technology has been developed, when is someone going to market a stand alone battery for existing plug in lights? If I could buy batteries for my existing lights, I could save money and the battery supplier could make some. Win win. Having repeatedly replaced my lighting several times as the tech has evolved, I'm in no hurry to do it again.

uplighting los angeles
 

DJSkinnyGuy

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Now that decent battery powered uplighting technology has been developed, when is someone going to market a stand alone battery for existing plug in lights? If I could buy batteries for my existing lights, I could save money and the battery supplier could make some. Win win. Having repeatedly replaced my lighting several times as the tech has evolved, I'm in no hurry to do it again.

uplighting los angeles
i've been looking for something like this too
 

JazzyJoe

New Member
This post should have been deleted in my opinion. Look at the original poster and his follow up. They have both only contributed to this thread and on the same day. Nothing else. So it's obviously spam and someone breaking the TOS. Why is this thread still allowed to be up?
 

DJSTEVEZ

DJ Emeritus
i've been looking for something like this too
Call Steve Lynch...he's imported 3000 of the same exact ones Blizzard is selling, from the same manufacturer that Blizzard is buys their's from...except when buying from Steve, the savings is substantial! -Z-
 

Steve Lynch

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Stevie Z,

To be fair, My $299 lithium battery powered wireless DMX (Wireless included, not "wireless enabled") fixtures are not the exact same. Mine don't require you to buy an additional $140 wireless adaptor (which would bring the cost to nearly $600 per fixture like other brands) and mine are $299 shipped to your door! oh! and mine have 9 LED and run 12 hours full on white with wireless ON, as opposed to blizzard's 5 hours full on white with wireless DMX off. (just quoting the manual)

Oh, and they're only "allegedly" from one of the same companies. lol.

I'm not a paid advertiser on the site, however, I am an exhibitor at the mobile beat show, where I did show my lights this year, so I guess answering a question or two, as well as clarifying commentary about my product is within the rules.
 

robertbenda

Active Member
Now that decent battery powered uplighting technology has been developed, when is someone going to market a stand alone battery for existing plug in lights? If I could buy batteries for my existing lights, I could save money and the battery supplier could make some. Win win. Having repeatedly replaced my lighting several times as the tech has evolved, I'm in no hurry to do it again.
Not sure if it would really work, but I recall someone saying they use a UPS computer battery backup.
 

DJSTEVEZ

DJ Emeritus
Stevie Z,

To be fair, My $299 lithium battery powered wireless DMX (Wireless included, not "wireless enabled") fixtures are not the exact same. Mine don't require you to buy an additional $140 wireless adaptor (which would bring the cost to nearly $600 per fixture like other brands) and mine are $299 shipped to your door! oh! and mine have 9 LED and run 12 hours full on white with wireless ON, as opposed to blizzard's 5 hours full on white with wireless DMX off. (just quoting the manual)

Oh, and they're only "allegedly" from one of the same companies. lol.
I stand corrected kind sir.

Stand Corrected...that used to be a great magazine :shocked!:
 

Steve Lynch

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I bought a bunch of motorcycle batteries, and $7 300w inverters off of deal extreme.com, and could run my qspot 260 LED movers on batteries. I had tuki make me some bags to house the batteries and inverters, and I was going to sell them in vegas last year, but the more I thought about it, the more I dreaded moving all those heavy batteries.. I dreaded it more than running zip cord and snapping on add-a-taps.
 
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