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Skate-Light: L.E.D Skateboard Wall light

A project in Toronto, Canada by Joshua A.

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Recycled skateboards transformed into one-of-a-kind hand painted L.E.D wall lights.
Backers: 7
Average Pledge Per Backer: $397 CAD

Funded: $2,777 CAD of $2,500 CAD
Dates: Oct 2nd -> Oct 9th (7 days)
Project By: Joshua A.
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October 3rd - via:
They are battery powered. 3XAA  (Read More)


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We will post another update soon, but all I can say for now is, WOW.  And thank you for your support.  (Read More)

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