Sure, we’ve got all sorts of diffused bare LEDs in all sorts of colors and sizes. But have you ever laid your peepers on a set of succulent-shaped LEDs? These look too cute and charming and will look amazing for any magic-, eco-, or agro-science-themed electronics project.
Add that extra zing to your project with these handmade LEDs from dLUX-dLITE. Each pack contains 5 uniquely crafted LEDs. Liven up your PCB, add a hidden surprise, or just collect them all! Please keep in mind these are handcrafted, making each LED unique and slightly different in appearance. They are all beautiful! We recommend you run them a bit dimmer, by adding a bit more resistance than you normally would with a typical LED. It shows off the details much better!
5 LEDs per pack in Yellow:
Pack of 5 semi-diffused LEDs
Succulent measures (approx.) 8.5mm x 10.2mm x 11.2mm (HxWxD)
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