Light things up with LEGO® Power Functions!
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Add bright LED lights to your LEGO® Power Functions models to create glowing eyes, illuminated headlights, and anything else you can imagine and build!
- Add these lights to your models to create glowing eyes, headlights and more!
LEGO® Power Functions Light is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kenjara from Easy to use and look great 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.
Date published: 2018-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wildchicken13 from Great These are some pretty good LEDs. They are bright and do not use much power. The long wires can be annoying if you are installing the lights in a small train or car, but are good for larger vehicles. The light is still kind of white when you shine them through a colored piece. If possible, lights that shine either white or red depending on which direction you turn the dial/switch would be nice and eliminated the need to change headlight colors when switching directions with trains. A bit expensive, but great overall.
Date published: 2014-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by train from lego LED lights I got the LED lights for my lego cargo train #7939. Lego should make red LED lights for the back of train pros: bright with new batteries. doesn't run batteries out that much Quicker. cool at night time. cons: when batteries are low lights flicker and are not bright. if you put red studs on the lights they look slightly brown/orange. inside of cargo train is now a bit crammed. over all they are good for the front of the cargo train
Date published: 2011-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by MrTwibi from Lights are magic 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!
Date published: 2012-10-23
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