No, seriously, that's not the lead-in to a joke or anything. I'm genuinely curious as to why anyone would need to do demo work in the dark. Sure the Glowbar is cool with its high-carbon steel construction and Silicate-Aluminium-Oxide-based powder coating—allowing it to glow 10 times more brightly than other glowing compounds. But why?
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Like I said, you're not going to deconstruct your kitchen with the lights off. It's obviously no use for breaking and entering—being glowy and all. And you certainly couldn't sneak it in to a rave for use as a giant, skull-cracking glow-stick. So, if you can think of a probable reason, let me know in the comments, because I've got nothing here people. Nothing!
It's available for $80 here. [Nerd Approved]