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A smart novelty Lego product.
LEGO Lights Dynamo Torch
Member Name: feefeedooya
LEGO Lights Dynamo Torch
Advantages: Bight Led bulbs, possible arms and legs. durable and cheap
My son is a huge Lego fan so always on the look out for nice Lego items for him. Lego have really expanded apart from Lego sets you can buy the brand has many smart novelty items too. I have reviewed a Lego torch keyring I got my son last christmas and I was so pleased with the item I had to buy this full sized Lego torch for him.
The Lego lights dynamo torch cost £9.99 from Play.com with free postage. Lego lights dynamo torch comes packaged in a yellow Lego branded box but has the front of the torch showing so you can see some of the detail on it although the legs are going straight so you cant see where the light shines from or how big the Led bulbs are.
Unpacking the Lego figure torch from the box takes patience as there are a load of wire ties to undo.
There are a few different Lego lights dynamo torch characters to chose from like the construction, police or fireman characters but we have the original Lego man with the blue are red outfit.
Lego lights dynamo torch measures 10cm tall and 4cm wide. Lego lights dynamo torch is made from tough solid plastic, as I said we have the original characters, he has a red top with blue arms and trousers. He looks just like a Lego mini figure just much larger, he has yellow hands an head with a smile on his face looks nice and happy.
The Lego logo is on his top but this is actually a push in button to switch on the torch.
The soles of his feet are where the Led lights are. There is one small bright Led on each foot, the area around the bulb measures 2cm although this sounds small the bulbs are very bright and let of a good amount of light.
I like the fact the legs are possible so you can have him stand up on the shelf or to hold and walk about with the lights on his feet. My son uses him as a book light at night in bed so he poses Lego torch man to sit down so the soles of his feet are pointing straight across.
Lego lights dynamo torch does not take batteries, it is a wind up torch. To recharge Mr Lego man you need to move his arm round and this winds him up. The good thing is it only takes around six minutes to full wind him up and you get around five hours of bright light. The bulbs start to dull when he needs wound up again.
The arm you move round has a small blue tab on it with a little grip pad for comfort.
It think the Lego lights dynamo torch is super cool as does my son. A real cute novelty with a practical feature, my son has used him every night since christmas and hopes to bring him camping with us in the summer.
Lego lights dynamo torch is very durable, he has so far survived a few drops and a trip down the stairs , still good as new.
I highly recommend Lego lights dynamo torch for kids and big kids alike.
Summary: Everyone wants a Lego dynamo torch.
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