I love the look of icicle lights but only have one breaker for my front display. Any suggestions?
Do you have icicle lights to match my LED Christmas lights?
We want to use icicle lights for our events but they keep going out after 3 months. What do you suggest?
The answer to all three of these questions is easy: LED Icicle Lights
I can’t tell you how exciting it was when these lights arrived. We had been selling straight light strings for over 5 years. We’d also released net lights for internet sales. The missing link was icicle lights. We’re glad that these sets are available to round out our product offerings.
Made with the latest in LED technology, these light strings are more durable, last longer and use up to 90% less electricity than their incandescent counterparts. If you have moved to LED strings and nets, these lights are the best choice to blend with the rest of your display in color and style.
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They are rated for indoor and outdoor use. While not meant to be submerged or buried in a muddy garden, they are resistant to wind and rain. Please note that the wiring on these lights - and all other Christmas lights for that matter - are susceptible to UV degradation and will age when exposed to the sun and elements.
Do I need to use a surge protector?
Yes, we strongly suggest that you use an outdoor rated surge protector for all LED lighting displays and projects. LED’s are made of semiconductors and are sensitive to electrical surges on the lines.
Are they the same colors as the light strands?
The net lights are most similar to their “equivalent” strings. The non-replaceable uni-body construction icicle lights are similar to the uni-body strings. The replaceable LED icicle lights are similar in color to the replaceable strings.
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