TXT LIGHTSTICK OFFICIAL
After widespread buzz, rumours, and a series of mysterious videos, Big Hit Entertainment revealed the first official TXT lightstick on January 20, 2020 through their Twitter account. It was officially released for the fandom worldwide the following day on January 21, 2020.
This swanky TXT light stick comes with a blue plus sign button in the bottom and its head is shaped like a round disk. You can grip the lightstick through a white handle where the name of the group Tomorrow X Together is engraved in black. Unlike most other fanlights, the official TXT light stick boasts three buttons – two plusses and one X sign. The nightstick operates in four different modes- On, Slow dim, Quick, and Flash.
Interestingly, the handle of this light stick is telescopic and you can easily release it via two additional buttons placed just beneath the head section. Additionally, the much sought after TXT lightstick is equipped with some special functionalities including Together Mode and Discover MOA.
Discover MOA makes yours and other fans’ TXT light stick that is in the vicinity flash green for 2 seconds as a sign of mutual fandom respect and friendliness. To activate Discover MOA mode, simply press the second button to turn the power on and then push button number 3. On the other hand, Together Mode can be used to change and control the speed of lighting from Slow dim to Flash.
The TXT light stick needs 2 AA batteries to operate, we have not included them in the original package due to airline shipment control. The TXT lighstick is equipped with Bluetooth functionality and can be remotely controlled via Central Control at the concert venue. So if you want to enhance the concert experience visually and create some advanced and beautiful light effects this feature can come in handy.
This modern TXT light stick can be connected to your smartphone via bluetooth and a special dedicated app. With the help of the app, you can easily set the lightstick to Concert Mode or Self Mode wherein you can adjust the color and brightness of the light as well as check the battery percentage level. Furthermore, the colors can also be changed per taste by pressing the bottom ‘X’ button on the handle.
The dimensions of this nightstick are 239 x 100 x 50 mm and it weights 150 g approx. Manufactured in South Korea by Laonz Co., Ltd. the lightstick is made up of robust PC and TPU material.
In the package you will also find a white hand strap, a dust bag, product manual and a warranty card. Additionally lucky customers may get a set of free TXT photo cards inside the package similar to the third version of the BTS Army Bomb.
Earlier in 2019, the Superhit Kpop boy group, TXT, released a special selection of TXT merchandise on their debut. The merch collection comprised of a black and white T-shirt, a set of three badges from each member, a keyring and logo badge. All in all, if you really like this TXT light stick you can think of getting some of these to flaunt at concerts and showcase it to your friends and fandom.