LEGO Lamp Kit, Lamp Kit Adapted for Lego Bricks, DIY Lego Lamp Kit, Brass Finish, White Switch Cord, Build Your Own Lamp – DIY Lamp by brickablocks


25.00 USD

This DIY lamp kit has been adapted for use with LEGO bricks. It will ship to you with the grey brick base, as shown. This LEGO brick built cuff is securely attached to the kit assembly and is also glued. This provides a fantastic start for any LEGO lamp project.

Combine this kit with your own LEGO collection to make your very own LEGO lamp. The only limitation is your imagination (and the size of your LEGO collection, of course.)!

The switch is push button activated, and also comes with a switch on the white cord. Lamp socket is brass finished.

The adapter can be used with a standard 60 watt light bulb and an 8″ or 10″ clip-on shade, not included. The kit is also fit with a lamp harp cradle, if you wish to utilize a larger shade. Lamp shade Harp is not included. The loose LEGO bricks pictured are not included and are shown to illustrate how you might put this kit to use with your own collection of bricks.

Lamp kit is compatible with all leading toy brick brands.

Our products are constructed using real LEGO bricks, and each piece is glued for a sturdy finished product. However, these items are fragile and include small parts that are not suitable for very young children.

Disclaimer: Please use common sense when constructing your LEGO Lamp. Consider using glue for a sturdy finished lamp that will withstand day to day use. is not responsible for the accuracy of recommendations included in this listing, as they are based on previous experience and generalized lamp characteristics – meant to be used as suggestions.

This is not a LEGO® Product. These LEGO products are built using recycled and refurbished LEGO bricks, parts and pieces. LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this product. The LEGO Group is not liable for any loss, injury or damage arising from the use or misuse of this product.

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