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Vonado Upgrades Your LEGO Builds with Custom LED Lighting

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LEGO makes a huge number of really cool kits. But if you want to make your LEGO constructions just that much more awesome, check out these lighting kits from Vonado. The New York-based company custom designs lighting sets for off-the-shelf LEGO kits, giving models an even more finished, dynamic, and engaging look.

They’ve made dozens of LED light kits that pair up with LEGO sets of all kinds. Whether you’re into city building, pop culture, cars, or space sets, there’s something for everyone in their shop. The modular lighting parts are designed to fit between or underneath transparent bricks rather than being built into the bricks themselves.

The lighting kits start for as little as about $14 for Wall-E (21303), all the way up to $92 for the Star Wars UCS Super Star Destroyer (10221). There are plenty of colorful sets for you to choose from, and almost surely something for all kinds of LEGO fans. Keep in mind that these are just lighting kits, and you’ll still need to purchase or already own the LEGO set they pair up with.

Be sure to stop by the Vonado website and check them all out. They also make a handful of sweet custom LEGO MOC sets – though they’re not illuminated, and also sell some very professional looking LEGO display cases.



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