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With all the different iterations that we had to do, I believe we ended up spending about $350 on the finished project as it stands. Removing the electronics actually only shaves about $20 or so at Radioshack prices, since it's basically just three switches, a bit of wire, and a handful of LEDs and resistors. Even with the total price, be aware that if you follow our methods you can probably get out a lot cheaper since you won't have to do as many versions as we did. I can't say for certain *how much*, but almost definitely not $350.
If you look through the comments here, one of the other users reported being able to pull it off for about $100. Your mileage may vary, but I wanted to make sure you saw it.
I made it! Thanks for providing such an easy-to-follow Instructable -- this is something I've wanted to make for a while and was finally able to take the plunge. Thanks!
Me too :(
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