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It has not been that long since Girls' Generation released their official lightstick and when they did, many fans were delighted to see that they were finally having their own lightstick.

Just a few days ago, Girls' Generation's leader, TaeYeon, held her solo concert and almost all of the fans who were present bought the lightstick.

One Girls' Generation Fan Is Frustrated About The Quality Of New Lightstick

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This is how the lightstick looks like originally.

However, after just a day of concert, one fan in particular decided to put his or her thoughts about the quality of the lightstick.

One Girls' Generation Fan Is Frustrated About The Quality Of New Lightstick

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It appeared that the wordings on the lightstick happened to be rubbed off! The original post did mention that he or she was trying to clean the lightstick but with just a light swipe using wet tissue, the wordings were easily rubbed off.

Those who had seen the tweets were asking if the fan had pasted tape over the name to prevent such thing from happening. Yet, even if the fan were to protect the words with tape, some also feel that once the tape is gone, the words would come off too. It still did not make sense for some to see how easily the words would come off.

What do you think of this situation?

 

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Mar 25, 2019 11:58 pm

I have the same issue too! It all started when I searched why is the light inside my lightstick is turning red instead of pink. I thought my lightstick was broken because I don't remove the batteries even if I'm not using it. It alarmed me when I saw at the instructions that I should remove the batteries if I'm not using it. After I removed the batteries, I immediately searched "girls generation lightstick quality". Then this is the only article that popped up. I clicked and read it. This article alarmed me so much so I checked my lightstick.… Read more »

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Nov 9, 2018 08:53 am

be more safe with your stuff maybe?

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Dec 14, 2018 07:13 am
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I've seen and heard youtubers/fans saying that they have 2 lightsticks, one for concerts and one to keep safe, clean, etc, i guess those people should do that too

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Dec 6, 2018 12:29 am
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Hum, no ?? She bought this official light (made in china...) for use in concert and the quality is boring. Is it not his fault, that of sm