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Why most people to customize their lego light?
2019-06-09

The The Lego Group began in the workshop of Ole Kirk Christiansen (1891–1958), a carpenter from Billund, Denmark, who began making wooden toys in 1932. In 1934, his company came to be called "Lego",  From 1934 to 2015.Movies, games, competitions, and six Legoland amusement parks have been developed under the brand. As of July 2018, 700 billion Lego parts had been produced.


According to incomplete statistics, there are 20 billion lego fans in the world, that is to say almost everyone has a set of lego.


In this case,as a lego fans,I always think about how to make my LEGO look better ?Finally, I found the lights.


The light is so central, that without it, the LEGO Light Cycles do not look like the same coolest lego model ever imagined! 


That’s why Vonado are excited to bring you this amazing LED neon light kit, to help you bring your LEGO light cycle to life just like the ones from the movie! They come in many stunning vibrant colours schemes for each lego model respectively. Recreate the look of the movie, and illuminate the darkness with amazing contrast to make them the most impressive displays in your room! 


Lets visit the lighting word of lego.


STAR WARS



VEHICLES LIGHT




BUILDINGS LIGHT 



So why people to custom-designed their lego light?


  • The components are small enough to fit in between and underneath LEGO bricks, meaning you can apply our lighting components to your favourite LEGO sets and/or custom creations and bring them to life! 

  • Custom LEGO MOC (My Own Creation), the DIY  is the perfect solution for those wanting to add an extra level of realism to their own designs. DIY stocks a variety of lighting solutions and effects to cater for various model applications.

Regardless of whether you're a LEGO collector, builder, or both, A wide variety of LEGO lighting solutions for LEGO fans of all types!This is why most people to custom-designed their lego light.


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