WINK -- Blizzard's New Slick, Sophisticated Mini Moving Head
Sometimes, the smallest most subtle things are the ones that hit where it counts. An example: Blizzard Lighting's newest LED moving head, WINK will get your rig noticed from across the room in the blink of an eye.
Well endowed with a 60W four-in-one RGBW LED in the center plus a four-by segment pixel mappable LED ring with a total of eight 0.5W RGB LEDs, WINK packs slick moves and eye-candy effects into a tour-ready-but-tiny housing. WINK's 5- to 45-degree motorized zoom creates exceptionally bright beams and stunning wash effects that will really impress.
WINK's dancefloor moves are nothing to scoff at, either. With blazing fast 540-degree/270-dgree plus infinite pan and tilt, WINK owns the scene -- from slow jam to slamdance.
"I seriously hate/respect WINK. It has moves and charisma I just don't have," said Will Komassa, Blizzard's chairman of the "bored." "At least I can watch it in awe from the edge of the dancefloor. I only wish I had multi-pixel RGB LED rings around MY eyes. *Sigh*."
WINK's effortless charm and bold individual style play out publicly in its two auto modes, two sound active modes, multiple color presets, and virtual color wheel effects. Plus, it's always ready to catch digits with its four button full-color LCD display, three-pin DMX in/out, powerCON-compatible power in/out, and quarter-turn omega mounting bracket.
WINK luminaires are backed by Blizzard's two-year warranty, and will not hit on the user's significant other. The company promises.