Light Kit for Lego Technic Ducati Panigale – GameOfBricks (Review)
This time, I have prepared something different than just a Lego set review for you. I am going to review a Lego light kit that I have bought for my Lego Technic 42107 Ducati Panigale set.
I bought it from the GameOfBricks.eu website and in this article, I will explain to you what my experience with it has been.
First of all, I would like to say that it took 3 weeks to ship the product to me (I’m in Slovakia). It was shipped from China, that’s why it took so long. Nevermind, the final lighting effect looks really nice (as you can see in the images below), so I don’t mind this.
However, the delivery time to countries like the USA, UK, Netherlands, Canada, Denmark, Belgium, Poland, France, Spain, Singapore, Germany takes from 6 to 12 days.
The light kit comes in elegant packaging. It is packed in a small black box and the kits’ parts are packed in plastic bags.
As for the instructions on how to install this light kit, you can find them on the manufacturer’s website. For this Lego model (Ducati Panigale motorbike), you will find them here. As you can see, the installation process for this model is quite complicated. But I would say that it depends on a particular Lego set. I have also bought a light kit for my Eiffel Tower Lego set from a different company and that one was easier to set up.
It took me 1 hour and 10 minutes to fully assemble it. However, I must also admit that I didn’t follow the instructions 100% step by step (as I made some small errors), but in the final photos, you might not even notice that.
It is important to note that the wires are thin (to achieve a better hidden effect), so be careful not to cut them. Just don’t press bricks on the wires. But don’t worry, because GameOfBricks offers free one-year maintenance for their light kits.
To make it work, you will need three AAA batteries (they are not included). You will just need to place them into the battery box and then the lights will work when you turn them on.
Also, if you have thicker fingers, it may be a little harder for you, as the parts are very small. It is also not recommended for small kids.
I will let the images below speak for themselves. This final light effect looks really nice. The LED lights have a blueish light color, which makes a very cool effect. The whole kit provides the front and rear lights for the bike and the bottom part of the bike is illuminated too. The engine is nicely lightened as well. The rear lights are not even included on the Ducati model by default, but they come in this light kit. So, you will just add them to the model.
Overall, I can say that this is a great product, and if you want to display your Ducati motorbike nicely on your desk or shelf, I recommend you to install this light kit on it too to achieve these nice light effects.
You can purchase a light kit for your Lego set from GameOfBricks here. Also, here’s a 10% discount coupon: brickseasy10. They sell light kits for many popular Lego sets, for example, the exclusive Lamborghini Sián or Bugatti Chiron Technic sets, and many others.
Lego enthusiast, big Lego Technic fan. I have been blogging about Lego since 2017, when I started this blog. When I’m not writing an article for this blog or building a Lego set, I’m probably riding my bike. You can find out more about me here.