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Home Space Rocket Neon (Style) LED Sign - battery powered £3.75 free collection @ Argos

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Argos Home Space Rocket Neon (Style) LED Sign

Think this was £12.50
NOW £3.75 Click and collect via online or get delivery (add £3.95 postage)

About this product
A rocket shaped neon light? What a blast. Calling all budding astronauts here's just the thing to add a bit of fun to a wall. The distinctive silhouette is made from sturdy metal. Simply switch on and see the neon rocket sign glow blue. Battery operated, so no messing about with plugs and sockets. Kids will love it to the moon and back.

This characterful childrens neon sign comes with 3 AA batteries so it's ready for take off as soon as it arrives.


  • Size H30.5, W14.8, D2cm.
  • Length: 50cm.
Bulb Information:

  • Bulbs required: 93 x LED (included).
  • Recommended maximum wattage: 5 watts.
  • Colour rendering index -55.
  • Colour temperature 100000K.
  • Rated luminous flux 2 lumens.
  • Warm up time to 60% light: instant full light.
General Information:

  • Fully assembled.
  • Product is battery powered.
  • Batteries required: 3 x AA (included) .
  • IP 20 - suitable for bathroom use in Zone 3.
  • Suitable for age 3 years and over.
  • A energy rating.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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    Just bought, great quality and fairly heavy, wall mount only, light shines from both sides. comes with 3 batteries included.
    Very helpful, was just about pick mine up, and wanted to put some rechargeables on charge before is set off. Saved me the faff
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    Looks like one of my wife's toys
    I didn't realise i look like a space rocket ......
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    Why are so many things 3 batteries - an annoying combination,
    3 to 3.3V is a common working voltage for many electronics (reasons derive from the nature of the common semiconductor materials we have available today), and so that's why three cells (1.2 to 1.5V each) are needed in a battery to provide sufficient supply voltage with enough margin to account for voltage droop as the internal resistance of the cells increases with use.

    An odd number of battery cells is annoying when using rechargeables as many chargers will only charge pairs of cells rather than singles or otherwise odd numbers. One tactic (until you've found a good charger that can charge whatever you need) is to have enough surplus cells to be able to set aside depleted one(s) until you have enough of them to charge.
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    Great price and have some heat but wish it was not battery, usb or mains and I would have one
    Well you could always chop off the battery pack and solder the wires to red/black wires of an old usb cable, Done this with a bunch of (3) battery christmas led sets.
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    Looks like a squid
    I thought it was a reindeer