G.E String-A-Long Constant ON 100 Miniature Christmas Lights 20.6ft Lighted Length

June 5, 2017 - Comment

General Electric String-A-Long 100 light Constant ON Miniature Christmas Lights set has a 3-inch lead wire, 3-1/2-inch lamp spacing, a 3-inch end connector, a 20.6′ lighted length, 21.1′ total set length. Comes in a printed box. Green cord set with multi-colored, miniature bulbs. Product Features Clear bulbs Lighted Length : 20.6′ Total length : 21.7′

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General Electric String-A-Long 100 light Constant ON Miniature Christmas Lights set has a 3-inch lead wire, 3-1/2-inch lamp spacing, a 3-inch end connector, a 20.6′ lighted length, 21.1′ total set length. Comes in a printed box. Green cord set with multi-colored, miniature bulbs.

Product Features

  • Clear bulbs
  • Lighted Length : 20.6′
  • Total length : 21.7′ approx.
  • 100 clear lights
  • End to end connection

Comments

samantha n says:

Not as good as they used to be. Disappointed in the GE product of xmas lights that are sold these days. I never had a problem with them over the years, they lasted for multiple holiday years without having to replace them. The last two years I’ve had to buy new each year because one or two strands would burn out before xmas. Same thing this year, bought three new strands and the one in the center of the tree burned out xmas morning when the tree lights were turned on. Will never buy this product again, very disappointed…

Bob Slob says:

5 years going strong I bought 3 sets in 2011 and they still work in 2016. Just recently one half of a strand stopped working while on the tree. I wiggled the strand and it started working again. I use them for most of December indoors turned on for about 6 hours a night.

D. H. Schmid says:

Great To Use As Replacement Bulbs In A Costco/GE Tree Bought these to use as replacement bulbs in my Costco “GE” artificial tree. Work perfectly. Saved me from having to get a new tree. Hopefully, they will keep it going for a number of years.

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