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LEGO Brick Light is Too Big for Minifigs but a Tad Small for Humans

by Lambert Varias
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When I first saw the Lego Brick Light I thought it was an awesome way of adding working headlamps to Lego vehicles. Although Red Save didn’t post the measurements of the lamp, it did say that the lamp runs on three AAA batteries. Hmmm.

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So then I thought maybe it’s a big slab with 4 LEDs, in which case it would make for an awesome and cute light not for Lego creations, but for us humans. Then I saw it on Perpetual Kid and found out that it’s only 3 in x 3 in x 1.25 in, which is kinda small for a lamp. Meh, at least you can easily take it with you wherever you go, sort of like a square flashlight, and there are a lot of giant Lego creations that can use the extra touch. You can get the Lego Brick Light at Red Save for £6.50 (approx. $11 USD), and at Perpetual Kid for $17.

[via 7Gadgets]

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