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LED Light Add-On For Painting Stations - Fully Assembled with Power Supply

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This unit comes pre-assembled and includes a 100-240vac to 12vdc power supply (with US style plug) hard wired into the light strip.  Note: Power supply will accept input voltage up to 240vac but you will need to provide your own adapter for 240v wall sockets. 

No assembly, no soldering, ready to use.

This piece attaches to your Painting Station (Purchased separately, Not included) and provides you with a 21" long LED light strip that provides light on your work from many angles.  This light strip provides great "fill light" and helps remove shadows on your work.  I would not recommend this light strip as the only light source for painting or working on miniatures, it's a great additional light source that provides fill light.

Important note: This is an optional accessory for the GCmini Painting Stations, the Painting Station kit is required and sold separately.

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  • 5
    The accessory I didn't know I needed

    Posted by Elaine on 23rd Mar 2022

    On a whim, added this to my order for the paint station. Shop owner was very thoughtful and included some adhesive feet so that this light will work without the extra drawers on the bottom. It's not only so much easier to see, but it's also a really nice spot to take photos of minis to share with friends. Comes fully assembled, just slide it on, plug it in, and enjoy being able to see haha.

  • 5
    Nice light

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Sep 2018

    The light is really nice. Fits onto the station perfectly and keeps things well lit. I will probably move on to the higher arch later on.

  • 4
    Adds much needed light to work station

    Posted by on 18th Jan 2018

    Fits nicely on the paint station and adds much needed light. The only thing I disliked is that there is no way to turn it on and off other then plugging/unplugging it but that's not a huge issue. I have hit it with my brush or brush handle at times while painting so it can get in the way at times but really that hasn't happened often and is more likely also due to my skill level being a complete noob.

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