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This listing includes one brand new lighted sign Carved with the latest 3D, Surface and Line engraving technologies (attractive in all directions) Approximate size (W 300mm x H 200mm) (12 x 8 inches) Board material Use the highest quality clear acrylic plastic and lighting Crafts 3D engraving Frame material Acrylic craft Installation Durable metal chain for hanging anywhere you like Input power AC100-240V (Suitable for any country ) Output power Security voltage 12V DC power Service life 90,000-120,000 hours Certificates CE amp; RoHS Accessories AC power cord, hanging chain Light Colors Blue (If you choose other color like pic. pls remarks) Light source LED With an elegant and durable metal chain for hanging anywhere you like Excellent for displaying in your shop, bar, pub, club, restaurant, room and anywhere you

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