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LIGHT-KNIGHT

Knight Night Light

The Multi color changing Chess Knight Night Light is a 6.5 Inch etched acrylic chess piece atop a black base which is lighted. The base color changing light projects into the chess piece creating a wonderful neon type effect in the piece.

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  • Buy 4 for $5.95 each and save 14%
  • Buy 10 for $5.45 each and save 22%
  • Buy 20 for $4.95 each and save 29%
  • Buy 4 for $5.95 each and save 14%
  • Buy 10 for $5.45 each and save 22%
  • Buy 20 for $4.95 each and save 29%
  • Buy 4 for $5.95 each and save 14%
  • Buy 10 for $5.45 each and save 22%
  • Buy 20 for $4.95 each and save 29%
  • Buy 4 for $5.95 each and save 14%
  • Buy 10 for $5.45 each and save 22%
  • Buy 20 for $4.95 each and save 29%

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    The Multi color changing Chess Knight Night Light is a 6.5 Inch etched acrylic chess piece atop a black base which is lighted. The base color changing light projects into the chess piece creating a wonderful neon type effect in the piece.

    Soft glow colors are steady, slow or fast change. Base is powered by 3 AA batteries (not included) or plug in with cord (Included). The Chess King Night Light is the perfect gift or award.

    • 6.5 inch high acrylic detail etched chess piece
    • Black base  - lights piece in multi color rotation
    • Rotates through 7 different colors
    • Switch on base allows single color, slow color change or fast color change
    • Optional Night Light Toppers are available (Sold Separately)
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