Heavy/Scratch: MP Scaled Remote LED Energon Cubes

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  1. songrobin

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    Very cool!
     
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    awesome
     
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  4. Blam320

    Blam320 Assembly Inventor

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    Very nice!
     
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    shiftypenguin Fancy-Pantsless Dancer

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    Sweet! It's awesome that you were able to improve on these already great accessories.
     
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    I love your cubes. I've always though of the Cybertonium cubes as being more of a "Cyan" color, but maybe that's just how it looks on my TV. The iridescent ('rainbow') cubes are my favorite.
    How big are your cubes? I have a set of pink light-up cubes that are closer to scale with pre-Movie 3 CHUGs. (One night during a blackout, 4 of these made for excellent reading light.) I also have some (that don't light up) that are closer to G1 (1984-85) scale or about the size of standard game dice.
    The real reason I want to know their size is that I've always wanted to fill 1 or 2 Lionel gondolas (interior dimensions: 9" L × ≈1.5" W × ≈1-1.5" D) with fully-lit cubes.
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  7. songrobin

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    Thank you, I really appreciate that-- This train looks like a really cool idea! The cubes I have are exactly 1.5" measured across; hope that helps!
    Happy New Year, my friend!