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MINIMAX SP2 LIGHT
The all new IMAX SP2 Chip (simplicity chip) . Now you can custom make your own multi color and multi modes mix from a list of 30 great colors. Features that will give glovers the ability to make a chip do what they want and not just what is pre -programmed. This is a very simple IMAX chip to use! Now you can make any colors for each mode or any effect on each mode. Make effects like the stutter strobe, hyper strobe, 1-2 strobe, 2 color strobe all from only 8 easy to program modes!
The MiniMax case is our smallest rave glove light and fits very well in any type of glove. This new light uses 1620 batteries for longer use and save you money on batteries. With this new smaller in size light the Mini Max will allow more freedom in finger movements giving users a better light show! Made of two types of plastic. The finger or top side is soft rubber to allow the light to stay snug to your finger. The bottom side is hard plastic coated with rubber to allow a tight battery connection but a soft surface.
Comes complete with Minimax case, two 1620 batteries and one open and one closed diffuser!
NEW DESIGNED CHIP/BOARD , BETTER QUALITY AND NEW LOOK!
THE SP2 IS EASIER TO PROGRAM NOW!
NEW ORANGE COLOR ADDED!
Imax SP2 Chip
1. While light is off, hold button down for 1.5 seconds and light will go into program mode. The first programmable mode will light up. ( Strobe)
2. Click through the 8 programmable modes to find a mode you want to program.
3. Once you find one hold the button down and the light will now allow you to choose the colors you want for that mode.
4. Click through the colors to find a color then hold to save that color. The light will now turn RED to allow you to save the next color. Repeat this until all colors are chosen for that mode. You can stop programming colors at any time just by double clicking when on the RED color. So if you want just BG then program Blue then Green. After saving Green the light goes back to RED. Double click and you are done. The light will flash BGBGBGBG!
5. After you have programmed the colors for a mode the light will go back into mode selection to allow you to choose another mode or to allow you to stop programming and jump out of programing.
6. To jump out of programming you simply double click. (only in program selection will this work,not color selection)
7. During normal on usage shut off light by holding button for 1.5 seconds.
8. If you are programming and make a mistake just simply remove the batteries and the light can be reprogrammed all over again.
Mode1 STROBE ( allows 1-6 color choices)
Mode2 HYPER STROBE (allows 1-4 color choices)
Mode3 DOT STROBE (allows 1-6 color choices)
Mode4 TRACER (allows 4 color choices, 1 background 3 dot colors) (must choose 4 colors)
Mode5 RIBBON (allows 1-6 colors choices)
Mode6 SLOW FADE (no color selection)
Mode7 FADE (no color selection)
Mode8 RAINBOW (no color selection)
For mode 5 if you program 1 color and 2 blank colors it becomes quick flash like mode 2 of the micromax 3 mode chip.
For mode 2 if you program 1 color,blank,1c,blank it becomes a hyper flash.
For mode 1 if you program 2 of each color so RRGGBB then you have stutter strobe.
SMALL PARTS: Nor for children under 3 years of age
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Posted by Kawser Chowdhury on 12th May 2013
+Excellent modes, the first 3 (strobe, hyper strobe, and dops) are worth the price of these chips alone. Color choices are great allowing for some beautiful combinations.
+Microlight is a nice size and shape, not to elongated or rectangular like micromax.
+Service is excellent and like others have mentioned they even throw in extra batteries and an extra microlight! That is baller. I had originally ordered the Strobe chip because I'm a strobe-aholic but they ran out and upgraded me to the SP2 no cost. This is where Coin Pro outshines their competitors.
-Each light can hold several modes and it is very easy to switch during lightshows. Can do wonders for conjuring or impacts. Have a fully hyperstrobe set and melt faces. Awesome, pure awesome.
+Lights are nice and bright, everything fits snugly and functions well. The actual button is a little metal cylinder. Microlights before would have very flimsy clickers/buttons that would wear down over time and make it more different to activate them. These should last forever.
-It is quite tedious to program, but once you got your colors set up its a darn good feeling.
-Sometimes you miss the double click on red to program your mode and have to cycle through the colors again to get back to the red. Also if you mess up on your 2nd or third mode you have to go back and reprogram everything again from mode 1. This is not a huge deal you just have to be mindful when programming.
Besides some gripes with programming, this is a solid microlight that is worth every penny and more. The lights are bright and limitless in customization. Forget expensive LEDS, get 10 of these and never have to worry about bulbs ever again. GO COIN PRO LLC!!!
Posted by david youkhana on 12th May 2013
The modes are great, the MM are very comfortable. Best chip ever, VERY bright and easy to program. The candy colors give you a lot of different colors that i have never seen be for. Best website to buy any kind of glove set... <3
Posted by Deborah dipalo on 12th Apr 2013
just received my mini max sp2 lights and was plyn around wit them found out when u remove the batteries the modes save which is sick cauz re programming sux 2 reprogram from off position hond down the button 4 a fiew seconds and is should put u in the first of 8 sick modes and 5th mode [ribbon] if u program 3 colors and do the rest blanks it makes a tribben effect
Posted by cody on 3rd Apr 2013
Amazing modes colors are bright and can be customized anyway you want them small glitch on the dops mode no big deal. One thing ive noticed when the batteries lose power the colors glitch out a bit but once you swap for fresh its all good. I highly recomend you get a full set.
Posted by Andy on 20th Mar 2013
So far I really like the Minimax SP2s. The modes are good, especially the tracer, and switching modes is extremely easy. The casings are very comfortable, and they came assembled with batteries and came with with an extra chip plus 20 extra batteries (love the customer courtesy, doesn't even compare to emazinglights). These vs. the Matrixes is a tough choice. MM (minimaxes) can be tedious to program, while the Matrixes are extremely simple. The MM, however are far more comfortable, and don't slide around as much as Matrixes. Switching modes is also much easier on the MMs. As much I love the modes on the MMs, the Matrixes have a better program capability.
All in all, I like my MMs more, and I love how I got a spare chip and extra batteries for free along with everything working well.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Mar 2013
these gloves are awesome. Round your glove size up if you're hands are in between sizes. I only wish they had a yellow setting
Posted by Dseptikon on 26th Feb 2013
I had trouble programming them at first after a few hours I got a hang of it and loved it, it was a well spent $60 especially on tracer mode!
Posted by Unknown on 20th Feb 2013
My lights came in really quick, with extra batteries, an extra chip, and some extra diffusers. Definitely loving the idea of these lights, but there are a few issues.
A lot of the colors are not solid (they are ribbons or mixes) and I think I counted 5 colors that were EXACTLY the same while I cycled through the choices and many more that were VERY similar (used 5 different chips and waved them together to check). I hope it's just my chips that have these problems, but if 5 of my chips do it....
Also, they aren't as bright as my friend's imax 7s in micromax cases or his inovas, or his eLites.
The good thing is, these are SUPER easy to program, and the minimax cases are super handy for mode changes, tuts, and digits.
Be careful with glove sizes; I had to go down a size just so my lights wouldn't slip off when doing whips and flails (I switched from minimax)
Posted by Chris on 19th Feb 2013
The only downside is the colors can be a little off, there is a way to change the tint of the bulb. The easiest way to notice this to to take a sp2 go into programming mode go to the dot strobe and program red and sliver white then exit and turn it on. hold it still or move it every time you click the chip now you should clearly be able to see the tint of the bulb change the sliver white gets tainted with the red. But I am pretty sure this happens for any colors in any modes, sometimes it is just hard to tell. Other then that these lights give you the best variety and mobility of any other light out there.
Posted by Chris on 15th Feb 2013
Just got the Minimax SP 2's and they are by far the best light I've ever owned. The modes and 30 or so colors let you pretty much make a new set in 3-4 minutes. Never buying new gloves again.
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