C7 Smooth Teal LED Bulbs
Install these bulbs in existing C7 (E12) cords or shop for new C7 Christmas light cords here.
These smooth teal C7 faceted LED bulb have E12 (candelabra) bases and are a fantastic way to add modern, pastel touch to your Christmas decor. We also have heard from customers that mixing them with red adds a definite Southwestern feel to Christmas and parties all year long.
These bulbs one of our favorite LED colors and we know you'll love using them in the following types of projects:
- decorating your non-traditional Christmas tree
- outlining the roof and lining your sidewalks to match your tree!
- mix with white for a cool, modern party
- use with white lights to provide a pop of color at a wedding
- above an outdoor eating area as a fun alternative to traditional white
- underlighting for furniture
Please note these bulbs are not dimmable and are manufactured for commercial and residential applications. Do not use in animated displays.
These bulbs are rated at .58 watts per bulb, have nickel over brass bases, and have 3 LEDs per bulb and can be installed in your cords or we carry a wide range of C7 cords in different colors and spacings of E12 (candelabra) sockets that can be purchased separately.
Select the socket spacing and length of the cord based on the size of your project to compose your perfect set of outdoor string lights.
Read this: Plug all LED products - bulbs, pre-wired cords, net lights, etc. - into outdoor rated surge protectors to protect your investment against surges on your electrical lines. The light emitting components of LED bulbs are the same materials used to make the internal components of a desktop computer so it just makes sense to take that extra step.
Bulbs and cords are sold separately at Christmas light Source allowing you maximum flexibility when choosing colors, shapes, and finishes. Bulbs are shipped in boxes or bags and cords are shipped with their sockets installed on 20 or 18 AWG wiring ready for you to install your bulbs. Give each bulb a counter-clockwise turn before turning clockwise to avoid cross threading.