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- 16 days agorating.prefix5rating.postfixEasy to use and look greatKenjara | 25-34Jeg vil anbefale denne til en ven!I brought a set of these to use on my Technic truck. They are very easy to use and look great. They have a good level of brightness and are a reasonably priced way of adding additional functionality to an existing model.Byggeerfaring: Ekspert LEGO byggerVar dette nyttigt?55
- over 1 year agorating.prefix5rating.postfixVery neatBeeice1526 | 14-18Jeg vil anbefale denne til en ven!Very easy to place inside train. They look great in the dark, really bright. I would buy another to put on the back.Byggeerfaring: Avanceret LEGO byggerVar dette nyttigt?55
- 26 days agorating.prefix5rating.postfixBest when you have more than oneAdultFanOfLegos2011 | 45-54Jeg vil anbefale denne til en ven!This outputs a really nice soft white light. I used an array of 12 of these LED units to created a 24 LED flashlight powered by a hand crank dynamo which was bright enough so one could read a book at night if the book was about three feet away. With a Lego Education Energy Meter X1, I built a rechargeable Flashlight powering one LED assembly; The Energy Meter was able to power the LEDs from about 9.5 volts to as low as 8.0 Volts. The Energy Meter measured that the LED's current drain at 9 Volts was at .001 Amperes (.009 Watts). The only thing I would change with this particular LED design is the elimination of the black 2x2 brick that is between the wiring connector and the two LED lights - because more often than not the black 2x2 brick was was in my way when I had to do cable management. If I could add something it would be scaleable parabolic reflector to hold one or two LEDs AND a Lego-Power-Function-connector to the Legos-eLabs-connector cable.Byggeerfaring: Mellemgod LEGO byggerVar dette nyttigt?55
- over 6 years agorating.prefix4rating.postfixLights are magicMrTwibi | 35-44Jeg vil anbefale denne til en ven!Building lights in your trains and buildings is always magic, and fun. I love lego lights! These lights function perfectly, and do what they have to do! Small led-lamps that give much light: perfect. However, I think that the lights have one detail in de design that can be done better. The black brick in the middle should have a connector that you can use for the next light. It could've been an extension cable of it's own. The way it is now, when you want to make lights in multiple train wagons, you have to make all kinds of extension cables, which give too much cables through your train. Furthermore, the price is a bit high. Lightning all your lego designs up with these lights becomes expensive. Furthermore: great!Byggeerfaring: Avanceret LEGO byggerVar dette nyttigt?45