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The plasma is bright as all hell, unlike some other balls, and is even highly visible in a fully lit room. He has it sitting on his computer desk in front of several monitors, speakers, headsets and above his computer case; and there are no interference or technical issues caused by this device to speak of.
some reviewers got DOA items, or theirs stopped working after a month or two. Sadly, this is par for the coarse with ANY Plasma ball of ANY price, they are entirely dependent on the air-tight ball staying that way. That said, months after the fact this thing is still going STRONG, and neither my fiance or I have a single complaint about it. I've had more expensive versions of this item multiple times in my life, but I have never been as pleased with one as I am with this, and for the price it simply can not be beaten.
I HIGHLY recommend this product.
Seriously - it's larger than you'd think looking at the picture, and gives off a nice glow in dim light, but can't be seen in bright light
The base isn't very heavy, and the device can easily slip off the desk if you bump it with any force
The on/off switch feels cheap, and is 90° around the base from the power cord, meaning you can't have the switch in front, cord in back. The switch is to the left if the cord is in back, and you need to hold the base to flip the switch, or you just push the base. (Feels cheap, but doesn't turn on/off without a little force.)
All in all, given the size, I give it 4 out of 5... wish the base was heavier, and the switch were placed better.
But DO NOT get this as a "toy" for a child - it's glass, with a light base.
For ten dollars plus shipping, I can't really complain too much about the build quality. If Thinkgeek wasn't reputable, and getting a replacement was a hassle, I'd be more inclined to complain. As it is though, I have every confidence that if this ball were to die, I could get it replaced by Thinkgeek's excellent customer service. I couldn't be happier with the customer service I received from Thinkgeek.
As for the actual ball, it is a small plastic sphere that is powered via USB (no batteries required). Once plugged in, it can be turned off using the On/Off switch on the base of the ball. Turning it on delivers eight to ten thin blue and pink/purple arcs of electricity, which can be focused into one bigger arc using your finger (if it is big enough) or palm. The arcs are easily visible with overhead lights on (or outside, I would assume) but are more easily viewed in darker situations. This may be redundant to point out, but this may be beneficial for some: This ball will absolutely not shock you, unless you are careless enough to place metal on it first, and then touch that (which is a bad idea with plasma balls; See any number of videos on youtube). I would recommend this item for a child, although I'd say that supervision is a good idea, as with all devices that are plugged in.