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    Chauvet DJ Bob LED Flame Effect Light

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    Product Description

    The Chauvet Bob LED Flame Effect Light is the market's leading simulated flame effect light, but generates no heat. This LED powered, duty-cycle free fixture perfectly simulates a flickering cauldron. The Bob LED can either stand on included legs or hang from an included chain.

    Chauvet Bob LED Flame Effect Light Features

    • Simulated flame effect with no heat
    • Continuous operation (no duty cycle)
    • Includes 3 legs for table support and chain for suspension

    Product Specifications
    Chauvet Bob LED Flame Effect Light Specifications

    • Light source: 66 LEDs (54 orange, 12 blue)
    • Input voltage: 120 VAC 60 Hz or 230 V 50 Hz
    • Power and current: 33 W, 0.3 A @ 120 V 60 Hz
    • Power and current: 27 W, 0.2 A @ 230 V 50 Hz
    • Weight (with legs): 5.1 pounds, 2.3 kg
    • Weight (with chains): 4.8 pounds, 2.2 kg
    • Dimensions (with legs): 14 x 14 x 31 inches, 356 x 356 x 787 millimeters
    • Dimensions (with chains): 12 x 12 x 30 inches, 305 x 305 x 762 millimeters
    • Approvals: CE
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  954-929-1115 Warranty:  24-month limited warranty on all DMX products. 12-month limited warranty on special effect fixtures and controllers. 3-month limited warranty on items with an "NV" prefix. Covers manufacturing defects in material and workmanship.
    Richard Sanz
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    It is kool
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    You get your money's worth
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    Pauli Ward, pdubward@gmail.com
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    Made the best Indoor Campfire
    What is your opinion of this product?
    I have had the Chauvet Bob LED flame for seven years. I made an indoor campfire from the main part by building a wooden structure and making light weight logs. The whole thing looks real and have used it several times a year. The silk finally got tattered so I bought a piece of real silk lining and made a new one for maybe three dollars. It's the best prop I have and everyone loves it when I do a campfire sing-a-long inside during inclement weather!
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