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This is a very simple project for beginners, a little flashing light to make your Christmas that bit more DIY. Requires some basic soldering skills.
Everything necessary for you to build the project is included, this includes:
The lights tend to last for 2 - 3 days on a single coin cell, before the flashing becomes uneven. If you leave them after this point, they will stay lit for up to a week longer, though for the best effect we recommend changing them once the flashing becomes significantly uneven.
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Doayee is a bespoke electronic project store and hobbyist blog, formed originally in 2012 by Tom Cousins, to document his experiences in the field. The team - Tom Cousins, Jacob Rawson & Tom McQueen - were brought together by a shared passion for electronics and an entrepreneurial drive. The trio launched the BAL project on Kickstarter in 2015 to huge success, raising over £1,800 to bring the product to life for 50 backers. Since then, the Doayee blog has been transformed into a full-blown electronics store.