Electric Albert is an illuminated sculpture made entirely by hand – and a lot of love – from an incandescent (conventional) light bulb, air-dry clay, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), integrated circuits (ICs), capacitors, resistors, aluminium and copper wire, stone and epoxy glue – all laminated with an acrylic varnish. He stands about 23cm (around 9″) tall and about 10cm (4″) wide, hand-to-hand (as it were). He weights around 300 grams. Albert is powered by two watch batteries which are built-in to the sculpture. He’s extremely low power so the batteries should last a long time but they’re not user-replaceable so don’t go leaving him on for long periods. The light is more to show off his unique powers than to operate as a night-light. Note that some of our characters are USB powered or have rechargeable or replaceable batteries but Albert is a old-school so… As with anything we make, if the battery runs out, or he stops working, we’ll fix it free of charge.