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You can be sure your message will get through to even the most distracted member of the family, friend or colleague when you put your message on our Desktop Cinematic Lightbox. Taking inspiration from vintage cinema signage, the Lightbox is a desktop sized box containing three rows to slot in tiles of letters and symbols to create your own illuminated messages.
The set contains 85 multi-coloured tiles including letters, numbers, symbols and blanks for total creativity, ideal to use at home, for parties, events and special occasions. The lightbox can also be used as a fun home decoration in the form of a quirky room light. Sit the lightbox on a table or piece of furniture or mount it on a wall.
H: 21cm x W: 14.8cm
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I bought this for my sister who is a primary school teacher with the idea that she could either use it at home or on her classroom desk as a fun way to display messages to the children. Being the type of person who doesn't look at dimensions before purchasing... this turned up bigger than I was expecting but still perfect size for a desk, and I hope she loves it. Fairly tempted to buy one for myself. :) Arrived swiftly, packaged well, couldn't ask for more
I bought this for my friend's daughter as a birthday present. I never know what to get her, but I was very happy to receive a message that she had written with the light box saying 'coolest present ever!!'
Bought one of these for the office, and we love it. It can also be powered via the micro USB socket, which isn't mentioned in the description, so that was an added bonus. I can't give 5 stars though, because there aren't enough duplicate letters , and Locomocean doesn't make spare letter packs for the A5 lightbox (they do for the A4 model). This has led to movie titles like The Usual Su5pectz! Would love to be able to buy extra letters to open up our movie title options,