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Omaezaki Lighthouse 1:150 Scale

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Item Number: ZCP-OZLH
Publisher: Zaccapap
Jan/UPC Code: 4560173821223
Update: February 8, 2008
«©NCSX» Between 1870 to 1876, a Scotsman named Richard Henry Brunton constructed 26 lighthouses across the coastline of Japan to ensure the safe passage of shipping vessels. RH Burton would later be known as the "Father of Japanese lighthouses" for his accomplishments. The first lighthouse to use a rotating lens to sweep across the expanse of the ocean was Omaezaki Lighthouse which began service on May 1, 1874.

To commemorate the lighthouse's 133rd year of operation, Zacca Pap releases a 1/150 scale recreation of the lighthouse which measures 17.5cm (6.88") tall and houses 5 color LEDs which light up in green, blue, purple, yellow, and red. When in operation, the sounds of the ocean may be heard to add to the ambience. The unit operates on three AA batteries which are included. Preorders are shipping today and new orders are welcome.

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Please note this item is a dimensional weight item of 7 lbs. NCS recommends only shipping by UPS Ground to avoid onerous air shipping charges.

This document is ©NCSX 2008. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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