White LED Puck Light
Led Puck Light White
Add some bling to any Ice Luge!The White LED Puck Light will enhance any ice luge when used in the evening or in a dark venue. Simply slide the white LED light beneath any ice luge (each ice luge has a cavity in its base) for a spectacular show of color. Each of the .05 watt 3 inch high x 3 inch wide x 1 inch deep White LED Puck Lights is reusable and water proof. The White LED Puck Lights requires 3 AAA size batteries; not included. Push button to turn on and off.
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- Best Price Found
- Not as bright as hoped
I tried to use these for a craft project. The price was way, way better than any other price I found online. The lights were not as bright as I had hoped, but that was perhaps my unrealistic expectation. Also, no way they are 3" across. If size matters, know they are small.
- Accent light
I was unable to use the light for which it was purchased but came up with another purpose for it.
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Q:Would this light work in a vase of flowers and sit in bottom of vaseAsked on 12/26/2011 by Anonymous
A:Yes it would work.Answered on 12/27/2011 by CSR
Q:What is the wattage on these lights and where/how do you turn them on?Asked on 11/7/2011 by Anonymous from Pineville, La
A:The LED Lights are .05 wattage and have a push button to turn them on and off.Answered on 11/14/2011 by CSR
Q:Can you float this LED Puck in water in a fountain or pool or water garden? Is is waterproof soo you will not ruin it?Asked on 10/8/2011 by Jan the Gringa Loca from Lima, Peru South America
A:The LED Puck lights are reusable and are water resistant.Answered on 10/12/2011 by csr
Q:Can you put this light in dry ice?Asked on 7/19/2011 by texas girl from Texas
A:We received the following information from the vendor directly - "We are 90% sure you can use this in dry ice. The electronics of the LED lights should hold up to that extremely cold temperature. FYI they can work underwater for a bit also."Answered on 7/21/2011 by csr