Our gel-filled CLICKITStm repair connectors are IP64 rated for permanent outdoor use, and make pixel repairs easier, faster and more affordable than ever!
Our custom crafted designs are made specifically for the pixel wire commonly used in animated lighting displays.
Our original V1 connector is a huge hit with our customers, and is a fantastic choice for repairs or for attaching pigtails. The V2 connector improves on the design with no need to separate the wires, and improved water intrusion resistance by embedding the metal pieces inside the plastic part.
V1 and V2 CLICKITS features:
- Custom crafted 3-wire connector
- No need to strip the wire
- Gel filled for a reliable IP64 connection
- Designed for fast, permanent, long term outdoor exposure
- Outdoor formulated, UV protected polycarbonate blend
- Flame retardant
- Supports pixel wire with a max 2.20mm insulation outer diameter.
(NOTE: V1 and V2 CLICKITS are not designed to support the small gauge wire found in seed, pebble or EVO pixels.)
- Rated up to 5A
- 1 CLICKIT replaces the need for 3 equivalent Scotchloks
- Rugged drawstring work bag with belt clip included for each 100 units ordered
V2 CLICKITS Features:
- No need to separate the wires. Simply cut the wire, insert, and press it closed.
- Window on top allows easy viewing to ensure wires are pushed all the way in.
- Physical black bar on bottom of part allows for easier ground wire alignment, both visually, and to the touch.
- Metal pieces are embedded into the plastic part for the ultimate protection.
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Wow !! Took me a little while to get proficient -- but now, I can repair hard-to-get-to lights at night -- the Christmas show goes on.
Gentle but firm. Make sure the wires are cut straight. Pressed in all the way and clamp hard with proper plyers. I noticed when pushed all the way you can see the waterproof gel inside around the wires. Nothing is perfect, but these are close. Quicker and easier than solder sleeves in the winter and more permenent than lever locks and much quicker than soldering.
I thought scotch-locks were easy, this cuts the time down by 5X easily. You have to get a feel for feeding in the wires, but once you do that, it's very simple. I had a few explode on me and just come apart, but nothing to write home about. Pick up and move on - you've already wasted more than .50-.90 if you are serious about this hobby! Recommend buying at least 100 because you will quickly be addicted.
Ok so i got some "CLICKITS" from Experience Lights and they worked great. the cool thing about them is if you play with them you can reuse them. i did tonight and it worked fine. so happy and my show is up and going again. The only thing is that its kinda hard to tell if it made a good connection until after you play with a couple. Found a way to reuse them so less waste.
We have been looking for something to make our life easier! We had a 64 foot tunnel we were building for a place called Thanksgiving Point. While we were putting it up this year there were a few dead pixels and using these we literally took only a minute per fix and all we needed was a pair of pliers. I have to admit that I was really hoping they would work as advertised and they were. You do have to apply good pressure to make sure the vampire teeth cut all the way into the wires but other than that WOW! We are recommending these to all of our customers!
First, WATCH THE VIDEO before trying to use them it will save you wasting 3-4 ClickIts trying to figure them out. https://experiencelights.com/clickits-super-fast-pixel-splicing/ AFTER watching the video they were literally as easy to install as it shows. Glad I tried it inside the house to get the hang of installing them. The ONLY question will be, how well will the clips weather. The "clips" are tiny and seemed a little fragile. Time will tell. Otherwise I love what they accomplished.
Had my first opportunity to use these today, pixel was out on my most difficult prop location (up on the ridge of a roof, top of GE Starburst). I’ve been using the Scotchlock UY2’s for a few seasons, 6 total individual splices. Only two Clickits are required to replace a pixel and there is less chance of getting wires connected in the incorrect order, just make sure the negatives line up on the same side. Using the same pliers to close them that I used with the UY2’s, work perfectly. Highly recommend! Made a second order today.
I bought primarily for repairing GE Color Effects strands which are 22ga VW-1 wire. The insulated wire will not fit in the click it. I tried stripping the insulation and using but then the wire just strips out. They work fine on the regular 12mm bullet pixels, but I don’t have many parts of my display where they would be visible with the 12mm pixels , and I have a bunch of regular scotchloks I could use on those. Overall not a bad product just bummed they don’t work on all pixel wire up to 18awg
Just received my order of Clickits and used them right away to remove the left over pixels on my snowflakes. Took a few minutes to figure out the best way to feed the wires in. Once I figured that out I was able to get all my snowflakes done and tested. Time will tell how they hold up outdoors but believe these will be a game changer for making custom strings and repairs.