What is Startastic?
It claims to be an advanced laser light system that can project holographic stars on the entire home covering up to 600 square feet, takes less electricity and weather proof.
Startastic Laser Light REVIEW
Bright from up close only – Martin who bought Startastic complained in his review that you can’t see it unless you are really up close to it. He knows where it is, but he can’t see it when leaving the driveway. He reminds that the box says it looks very beautiful from up close and that’s all it is. The light emanates from lasers so you shouldn’t look too close when installing or let your kids, pets come close to it. But if you want to see it from far; like about 40 to 50 feet driveway then you need 3 to 5 of these.
Not worth the price – Richard who used Startastic exposed in his review that you pay substantial amount for them and they just stop working after a month. He hopes they are redesigned with a fuse for reset. The design doesn’t allow you to replace parts and once warranty runs out you have to throw them away. But it’s not like they last a few years. It does the blinking lights in the dark well but unfortunately the green light goes out pretty quickly.
Just not consistent – Sander who reviewed Startastic revealed in his review that it worked well when he set it up. But the next time it just didn’t come on. He brought it home, warmed it up and then it seemed to work. He had to repeat this process several times and it was annoying because outside temperatures were around 30 degrees and not minus 30 that it has ratings for. On a cold frosty night, the red light went out completely. He now thinks that for $40 these lights are cheaply made.
They don’t last – Kevin who bought Startastic complained in his review that a day after he bought them the green light died and then the red. The other one he had came with broken wires. He also thinks he would need about 5 of these just for the front of the house. You barely see them if it’s moonlight but in a dark room they look nice. Only other advantage is that you don’t have to struggle to hang lights outside your house.
False advertising – Corey who reviewed Startastic exposed in his review that the lights are cheaply made in China and just not bright like you see in the infomercial. The TV ad also says you can leave them on when it rains but you definitely shouldn’t. There are design issues like a 14″ cord, and plug with no prong, which could lead to electrocution hazard in wet areas. It says you shouldn’t plug it in outdoor outlets but that’s difficult with a short cord.
Below expectations – Sol who used Startastic revealed in his review that it might be weather resistant but not weather proof. You use an extension to connect power and as soon as it gets wet the lights are gone. You are told that they turn on when it gets dark but he had to put his lights in front of them first. When he took them for returns he was asked which of the lights had gone off. They clearly are used to them not working and an apparent 40% failure rate is clearly disappointing.
Stars on a House – Startastic emphasizes to be a unique laser light system that can project beautiful looking stars on the entire house. Startastic claims to be a system that simply needs to be plugged at a particular distance to start working as compared to the hassles of regular lights. Such comparison will be verified once Startastic is reviewed.
Advanced Lighting System – Startastic claims to cover up to 600 square feet of area to light up an entire house and can be even used indoors for parties. Startastic declares to be waterproof and cold-resistant working below -35 degrees too. It alleges to consume 99% less electricity than normal lights and switches on and off automatically during night and day. The red and green lights of Startastic do sound highly interesting; user reviews will expose the truth.
What does Startastic Kit Include
1 Startastic Laser Light for $39.99 + $7.95 S/h. | Official website: Startastic.ca