Choose these battery sets in white lights on either green or white wire:
The party was amazing.¬†I looked around the room.¬†The food looked like a photo from a magazine or a cooking reality show. The wine was a lovely vintage. Everyone was having a fabulous time.
The collection of glass containers in the center of the table were lit from within with white twinkle lights. Where were the¬†cords? The hostess had assembled a few transparent containers filled with glass stones. A single battery light set per container¬†lit¬†the stones and set the tone for the party without the worry of candle wax spilling onto the lovely tablecloth.
These are the light sets she used. ¬†Be sure you have plenty on hand for your next dinner party.
Our customers are are incorporating these easy-to-use lights for their:
These lights are about 5 feet long with 15 lights spaced 4 inches apart.¬†
How long do your battery operated mini lights last?
We've tested the longevity of these lights with fresh batteries and seen a life of 4- 7 hours per battery set. Be sure to use a fresh set of two C batteries before each event.
Can you connect the battery lights in series?
You can't connect these sets together - they each have an individual power pack. (I get this question a couple of times a week.) We only carry a 15 mini light set because if you get many more lights than that it is too much of a drain on the batteries and the size of the required power pack if you increased the number of mini lights would be too hard to hide.
How long are these light sets, what's the bulb spacing and what kind of batteries do they take?
These 15 mini light sets measure approximately 5' long (plus 12 inch lead) These lights use 2 "C" batteries and last about 6 hours per battery set.
How big are the battery boxes?
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