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Lighting System

issachsingissachsing 加拿大Member Posts: 2
I recently get a lighting system online for my LEGO Diner from EBay. It looks perfect!!! This lighting system is made by the real LEGO bricks and is very easy to set up tho~ I was considering to get another lighting system for my LEGO Ship in the Bottle. Should I??? Price is is ok but omg I love to turn off the lights at night just to stay with my LEGO lol~ Any suggestions pls!!!
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  • HugeYellowBrickHugeYellowBrick At my PCMember Posts: 496
    Which company makes that set? Is it the one with the flashing light on the radio mast?
  • issachsingissachsing 加拿大Member Posts: 2
    I don't know actually...didn't really think about that. Was in the mind of trying and did't expect the result is this good and the quality is good too! It is not the flash light. They do give me a multi-plug with on/off bottom for each plug on the multi-plug (as the left down side black multi-plug showed in the second pic). I'm still considering to get another light system for my Ship in theBottle
    Which company makes that set? Is it the one with the flashing light on the radio mast?

  • TozisTozis United KingdomMember Posts: 6
    Wow Looks nice! I also upgraded my lego mustang with lights, its looks amazing too ;)
  • bandit778bandit778 Docking Bay 94. Member Posts: 2,003
    Recently purchased the Lightailing kit for #21313 off Amazon on Prime day.
    Quite a simple kit and relatively easy to fit and would recommend it as it makes an already nice display piece really pop.

    My only recommendation is after fitting the kit, the set needs to be displayed below eye level so the lights shine through the bricks. If it's displayed higher than eye level, the lights themselves become visible and it doesn't display quite as well.
    stluxFizyxLittleLori
  • TozisTozis United KingdomMember Posts: 6
    bandit778 said:
    Recently purchased the Lightailing kit for #21313 off Amazon on Prime day.
    Quite a simple kit and relatively easy to fit and would recommend it as it makes an already nice display piece really pop.

    My only recommendation is after fitting the kit, the set needs to be displayed below eye level so the lights shine through the bricks. If it's displayed higher than eye level, the lights themselves become visible and it doesn't display quite as well.
    Wow, looks great! I bought mine from gameofbricks. Will upload image when I back home. ;)
  • Boardshorts85Boardshorts85 ChicagoMember Posts: 177
    edited August 2019
    I picked up the Parisian Restaurant kit from BrickLoot via Amazon to complete my $35 same day shipping for something else I needed and was pretty pleased.  He crafts his instructions from the standpoint of disassembling a finished set, which is perfect for where I'm at.  Some early research shows some other sets from Lightailing having some details I prefer (like Downtown Diner or Ninjago City) but generally BrickLoot's kits are spot on.

    Plus BrickLoot was founded and is currently run by a 15 year old kid, so I'm happy to support his small business. 
    M1J0ELittleLoriAstrobricksCymbelineFizyxBaby_Yodagmonkey76
  • BearjewBearjew USMember Posts: 5
    Can we revive this thread?
    Anybody else have lighting systems for their builds?

    What are the best sets to add lights to?
  • andheandhe UKMember Posts: 2,832
    ^I was recently thinking about this as well (mainly due to the lightmybricks.com advert on the back of Block Magazine). Not sure I can stretch to £70 a build though... any good/safe alternatives?
  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie West Haven , CTMember Posts: 1,505
  • CyberdragonCyberdragon Maryland, U.S.AMember Posts: 412
    If you know how to solder, building your own system can be cheap as well as providing flexibility with any size and color of LEDs you want anywhere. Just make sure you know basic electronics so you actually get it to work.
    Fizyx
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