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Light-Emitting Lockets (all types)

These perpetually popular items have been consolidated under one post listing to aid in selection and purchase. Deceptively ordinary, their secret lies in their battery-powered core, a creation of my own design. Perhaps they hold a tiny sliver of magic, or a distilled power source from some forgotten laboratory… Either way, they get attention!

Light-emitting core with inserted battery.

Simply slip the included size 1220 coin cell underneath the copper contact bar, positive (+) side facing out, to light up the core. Then, carefully close the core into the locket. A lobster clasp has been attached for use as a fob, in addition to a 30-inch length of silken cord for wearing as a necklace.

Battery life has been rated at roughly 8 days of constant light. Of course, taking out the battery when not wearing the item greatly increases this lifespan. As of this writing, 1220 batteries can be found in the battery section of your local supermarket.

These items vary in price as listed in the selection dialog below.
Note that the legacy lockets are in short supply, so order now to make certain you get the one you want!

Locket Type
Color of Light