I want to grab a xSIID but I was just wondering how the different colors look under the skin? Is there a significant color shift? My skin is a slightly tanned “white” so mainly interested in that, but it would be interesting to see?
I did have a look around but so far I only found images of the red and white xLEDs and the green xSIID on the on the store.
If I’m honest it works, not ideal for phones (bit of a bummer as that was my first use though) great for access, kinda like a hulk fist bump (more like a pimp slap) to the reader I turn green and get in
Lol that sounds cool, a bit more gentle than the hulk I hope. I am probably going to be using it with a desk reader plugged into my PC, although they look awesome so I will be using my phone to light them up all the time knowing me.
I don’t know how to say this more clearly: my skin is slap flat against the implant. The outline of the implant is clearly visible with the naked eye. There is no fluid and no bleeding. Yes, I know, it’s really surprising considering the relative roughness of the procedure and how little time it has been since I had it done, but that’s how it is: save for the stitches, it looks and feels like it’s been in there for months.
So unless it’s magic blood that works at a distance that turns the blinkies red, I don’t know what does.
Still, who cares: if it changes color, I’ll have had two colors for the price of one
Yeees, I’m in that state for one or two weeks already, and one of my LED is still red instead of blue. That’s perfectly normal, I guess - the body might look fine quite some time before it actually is.