LEDwholesalers 16.4-Feet 150-LED Icicle Christmas Holiday Lights with Green Wire, Warm White, X064WW

July 6, 2017 - Comment

Icicle lights are a style of Christmas string lights that are typically used to decorate along the eaves of a house and simulate icicles hanging from the roof line. Set of LED Icicle Christmas, Chanukah and Holiday lights for home and store fronts. The light strings have drops or “icicles” of varying lengths which hang

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Icicle lights are a style of Christmas string lights that are typically used to decorate along the eaves of a house and simulate icicles hanging from the roof line. Set of LED Icicle Christmas, Chanukah and Holiday lights for home and store fronts. The light strings have drops or “icicles” of varying lengths which hang down from the horizontal main wire. LED icicle lights are a great way to decorate roof lines, mantles, and deck railings for holiday displays. Icicle lights are also useful for decorating outdoor living spaces such as porches, decks, pool houses, and gazebos. The dangling strands of bright LED icicle lights will add attractive decorative light to your holiday display or outdoor living space without adding much to your electricity bill.

Specifications
* LED Quantity: 120
* Input Voltage: 120 Volts AC, 60Hz
* Icicle Strand Pattern: 3, 5, 7, 5…
* Icicle Spacing: ~9″
* LED Spacing: ~3.5″
* Length: 16.4ft (5m)
* Wire Color: dark green

Product Features

  • Linkable up to 7 sets
  • 120 LEDs total per set
  • Dark green wire, easily hides in trees
  • Energy efficient, low power consumption
  • Life expectancy of 35,000 hours

Comments

Tex Reviews says:

Well made, waterproof connections, brilliant white with slight hue of blue Length:: 0:46 Mins 

Amazon Customer says:

Lights ok, but poor QC allowed exposed copper wire which is a hazard The lights are generally as advertised, however, the box I received was obviously a reject or returned set. In the middle of the strand, the wire had been cut, both ends stripped and just twisted together, with plenty of bare wire exposed This is totally inappropriate, whether for indoor or outdoor use. I suppose these are low voltage lights, but even so, exposed wire is not acceptable.

Gradient Echo says:

Good for one season – UPDATED 2015 and 2016 I bought three strings of these lights last year, and thought they were great. Packed them up carefully and then brought them back out this year (2015) and hung them, and for two nights, they worked perfectly. On the third night, I noticed half of one string was out — not completely, but very dimly lit (maybe 5% of normal brightness). Inspected wiring and couldn’t find any damage, so not sure why they failed. The quality seems good, and they weren’t cheap, so I thought they would last many…

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