$0.45 each
100 to 999 $0.40 each
1000 or more $0.30 each
5mm (T-1 3/4) LED alternately flashes red and green, approximately 180 flashes per minute. Milky-white in off-state.
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A customer from Lakewood, CA
Nice little LED
Minimum voltage needed for operation is 2.2V at about 10mA. Much below that and the green LED is not illuminating. At 2.6V, 10mA, the colors are bright. It got brighter as voltage increased, but I did not want to try higher. Long lead is +.

A customer from Phoenix, AZ USA
Bright enough at 2V or so, yes, but I think 3V is operational - here the brightness is impressive [Green, ≈3mA; Red, ≈9mA].
Buy a bunch, put several in parallel, give 'em a few minutes to stray → captivating.

A customer from Northwest Ohio
Exactly as described
Hooked a few up to a CR2032 battery and they were very bright (will need resistor to limit current). As another commenter pointed out they stray apart which is perfect for my needs.