Dear Adafruit Staff,
I would like to echo David’s sentiment from tonight’s (6/18/14) show that Adafruit should have a fan mail category! I too have found myself only looking to Adafruit for project needs.
I made some color changing night lights for my three daughters from a Teensy 2.0, piranha rgb, three pots, a push button, plus misc. parts (to control various functions in different modes, e.g. delay time, pwm for red, green, blue channels and overall brightness). Everything came from Adafruit including mint tin enclosure except for a plastic diffuser from a GE G35 string set. Even after a few years, all three nightlights are on every night. One even has a 3d printed R2D2 diffuser.
Thank you to everyone at Adafruit for awesome customer service, great products and well-crafted, easy-to-follow tutorials.
P.S. the problem with the web site is still no fan mail category!
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