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AX021-OO Bonfire With Flickering LED Fire Effect OO/4mm/1:76


AX021-OO Bonfire With Flickering LED Fire Effect OO/4mm/1:76

£5.49 £4.58 (ex. VAT)
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A hand made bonfire with working LED flickering fire effect for OO / HO / 1:76 / 1:72 scale model railway layouts and dioramas. Made using real wood pieces and a 3D printed plastic base. Fully assembled & pre-wired, ready to install on your layout. Simply drill a 4mm diameter hole in your baseboard, thread the wires through and connect up.Tip: Add even more realism to the fires by dry-brushing a little white, grey & black paint onto the wooden pieces to simulate a burnt and charred effect.Fires now come with resistors pre-installed enabling the fires to be connected directly to a 12v supply. As these bonfires are handmade they are all completely unique!
Key Features:
  • Working Voltage: 12v DC
  • Dimensions (approx): 25mm x 25mm x 12mm excluding wires.
  • Type:
    Smoke & Fire Effects
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  • Brand:
    Scale Model Scenery
Based on 3 review(s)
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This looks really good and is very easy to connect. A wonderful addition to my layout and has already got lots of comments (more so than the locos!!). It has filled a blank area with a great little cameo scene for the cost of a couple of swift halves and 10 mins work. Brilliant. Great communication and advice from Justin (and Tina) too. Many thanks.
Rob Sutcliffe -
I bought three bonfires as a Xmas present,so I can't say I've seen them working,however I have no doubt that they will enhance any layout to which they are applied......and a great service from model scenery shop. Next up....illuminated oil drum fires.....
js.1001 -
Excellent little item and well made. No need to mess around fixing circuits in place just drill and hole and wire it up. Will look the part once I break the paints out to weather it