diy-subbuteo-floodlights

DIY Subbuteo floodlights

These DIY floodlights for my Subbuteo table provide a great atmosphere at the attic when I play a match. You’ll just need a set of four LED spots and some pieces of wood to reconstruct them.

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

diy-subbuteo-floodlights
Well, the picture above needs some explanations: I used two strong neodymium magnets for each floodlight to create a flexible holder. I screwed one magnet (diameter 1 cm) on the pitch and one into the floodlight pylon. You may put the floodlight upright or lay it down easily, if necessary.

diy-subbuteo-floodlights

Please leave a comment