Concrete LED Light Cube

I wanted an accent light with a unique design so I used some concrete, lexan and 5 volt led strip lights to create a portable lamp.

Comments (50)
Jason B
June 24, 2017

You could use a toliet paper tube to wrap the lights around inside

Thanh Đạt Phạm
June 24, 2017

wow, this so beautyful lamp ^^

Savio Gonsalves
June 24, 2017

how much time ,you need to make it ???

Mark Gabriel Misa
June 24, 2017

I love this girl <3

Esam45 rama
June 24, 2017

Beautiful I like it ..nice work

STUDIO V PHOTOGRAPHY
June 24, 2017

Very cool. I like this project.

Suresh Priyankara
June 24, 2017

I love you

Jyuzou
June 24, 2017

Simple and beautiful!

o boy
June 24, 2017

It is very nice and beautiful. I think it would be more cool if print some color on the upon and the bottom

WebX
June 24, 2017

For a bit more money you can add a nodeMCU and use RGB LEDs instead. That way you can control it wirelessly via Home Assistant.

Roberto Perez Jr.
June 24, 2017

Rad!

sendenschneider
June 24, 2017

Very beautiful. I have also rebuilt it, but something bigger for the garden. 40×40 cm (15,7")

Vishav Tech
June 24, 2017

gr8 job

Menelik Zewdu
June 24, 2017

Great job! It’s also very sexy when a woman knows how to use power tools. 😀

OKAAUTO
June 24, 2017

No kidding, so you really made this ???
How come it is on sale in California at 99 cents Only Store ….. (Made in China of course)

BJFA
June 24, 2017

you can use transparent cement

ÇhåD Grímës
June 24, 2017

I sub cause it kinda rare to see a lady who have such interest in this kind of stuff.

DanielRichards644
June 24, 2017

as much as I like Concrete, you could do this with wood and it might look better.

mostafa deesha
June 24, 2017

gooooooooooooooooooood

ÇhåD Grímës
June 24, 2017

I sub cause it kinda rare to see a lady who have such interest in this kind of stuff.

Göran Gustafsson
June 24, 2017

Svenne pauver

David Diaz
June 24, 2017

Thank you for this 5 stars!

mustafa öztürk
June 24, 2017

I admire you and what you do

Vishav Tech
June 24, 2017

loved ur work

steve doubleu
June 24, 2017

You even moulded the concrete yourself!!! That’s what I call dedication to the task.

ghadaant
June 24, 2017

so good dabrin I wish you good thanks

Royver Alain
June 24, 2017

I love it!, Could I buy it somewhere?

Aurimas Šiaulys
June 24, 2017

hi! make this wireless with sun charging battery!

Cris A
June 24, 2017

Marry me. Now

Imbe Tahimoto
June 24, 2017

never use sandpaper and glass without liquid like water or oil. glass dust not the thing you want inside your lungs ")

Gears Of Fun
June 24, 2017

Cool, I really like it 🙂

hugo cesar blanco
June 24, 2017

muy bueno

Muhammed Ali
June 24, 2017

hello Darbin this very nice I am from Azerbaijan

Alex White
June 24, 2017

I like how it has the little air pockets in it maybe with LEDs have different changing colors.

Isuru Nanayakkara
June 24, 2017

Whoa this looks so cool!

Adarsh S Stark
June 24, 2017

I am pretty sure that I will make the same with red spray painted on the concrete

Ajay Nair
June 24, 2017

this is the first time in seeing your video, and im in love with you….i know its stupid….but yes…love is stupid!

rainbowfrog
June 24, 2017

I like this woman.

Jag M
June 24, 2017

this is brilliant

Dew Drops Designers
June 24, 2017

Nice Idea…………………..

GeezR
June 24, 2017

Perhaps you should point out the importance of choosing a charger that can supply enough amperage. A charger that can supply atleast 25% more Amps than your strip requires should be good. If you use 100% of the charger capacity or a charger thats too weak, it can cause overheating, especially with cheaper ones.
2,5W @ 5V is 0,5A so at least a 750mA supply should be fine

Mohith K
June 24, 2017

That’s a good idea

Shikhar Singh
June 24, 2017

awesome loved it

Jonny Greenland
June 24, 2017

awesome channel. annoying voice. subbed!

Aesithair Runekafi
June 24, 2017

I found this idea really cool. I used Coco-bola wood instead of concrete because, I liked the contrasting wood tones and I am a wood worker. I also increased the dimensions and used a 1 inch dowel in the center to adhere the lights.

liteglow2000
June 24, 2017

You sound like you are from sweden 😀

nir stroke
June 24, 2017

I used marble instead of concrete but its difficult to cut it

Pedro Oliveira
June 24, 2017

I would use a pen tubing to protect the wire from direct contact with the concrete

Abu Nayem Topu
June 24, 2017

I like it

Alex Gomes
June 24, 2017

What about include a powerbank inside de concret?
Should make it much more portable and easy, with low cost.
Good job.

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