Imagine holding a flaming torch, where the flames are made of glittering iridescent water.....
Now imagine the flames changing color every time you move the torch....
....and granting your every wish for sparkling light in the New Year!

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"This is the perfect fit for our event....

Everyone I've shown it to loves it...."

(a quote from the First Night Millennium committee meeting)

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How to Use your First Light Liberty Torch

Fun ideas:

Take your Liberty Light into a dark room (the darker the belter) and shake or swirl to change colors.  Notice the disco effects on walls and ceilings. Take a friend with you and practice painting each other's faces with the different colors.  Notice the colored sparkles in each other's eyes. Try dancing in front of a mirror or window after dark with one in each hand (this is always a hit at parties!) Warning: In most cases, the adults are actually willing to give their Liberty Lights to the children they bought them for, but engaging in the above behaviors could be habit forming.

Changing batteries:

Pull hard on the clear plastic torch top (sparkle chamber) to separate it from the bottom flashlight.  Unthread the black bulb holder and replace the two AA batteries. You now have a capable stand alone flashlight, or replace the sparkle chamber for more safe and colorful special effects.