USE THIS USB POWER CABLE TO EASILY LIGHT UP LEGO
Our USB Power Cable allows you to power your Lego building kit/MOC via a USB power bank. This USB extension cable is a impartant accessory part when you try to diy the Lego lights and install the compatible light kit to your building bricks by yourself.
These can also be used to connect multiple led light kits together using this single USB Cable.
- The connecting cable attached is approximately 30cm.
- Our components all run on a very low voltage of 5V.
- A power adaptor with a rating output of fewer than 4 Amps
SHIPPING & WARRANTY
►The majority of countries have delivery periods of roughly ten business days.
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►Lightailing product enjoys a two years warranty from the date for sale.
►Briksmax product enjoys a one years warranty from the date for sale.
►If you want to cancel the order, it is important to be done before shipment.
►If your order has already been shipped, you may refuse to sign for it when it arrives, but please return it to us in its original condition (unused and unopened).
►If there are any quality issues with the item as a result of our error, you will be eligible for an exchange within 15 days of order delivery.
If you would like to find out more, please see the Returns and Refunds Policy page.
►This set is a led lighting kit only, Lego sets are not included.
►Products contain small parts that may represent a choking hazard.
►Products are not intended to be used by children under 6 years old.
►Children who use our products do so under adult supervision.
Really nice that I can buy an extra of these to be able to split my Book store set in two.
Usb Extension Cable
I have fitted lights to 8 models so far and I am building the Ferrari Daytona which will also be lit. What I would like is a extension cable with a on / off switch in it. The review title is to let your readers know that I am still building after contracting this terrible disease. Martyn