One of our most loved lights
Turn any party in to an occasion
Painted and have a soft glow
Make your display very festive
Transparent C7 Bulbs
Add a personal touch!
Perfect for birthday parties!
Create crisp lines on rooftops
Enhance your holiday decorations
Add a little sparkle to your display
For a darker, richer look
Transparent C9 Bulbs
Watch our customer video for a little inspiration!
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SPT-1 and SPT-2
Need inspiration for sprucing up your parties? Check out our blog!
Transparent, Twinkle, Painted (Opaque, Retro), Triple Dipped
Faceted, Smooth, Dimmable, Twinkle
25-foot, 50-foot, 100-foot, 500-foot, 1000-foot, SPT-1 and SPT-2
Round Bulbs - Glass Incandescent and LED
Faceted, Smooth, C7 or C9, Fast or Slow
Decorating for Christmas? Throwing a party this weekend?
Wow your neighbors and add sparkle to your next celebration with your own custom set of Christmas light bulbs and cords. Choose from traditional C7 or C9 bulbs or try round bulbs - one of the latest trend in Christmas lighting.
Our customers for these products include:
First, let's answer this question: What's the difference between C7 and C9 bulbs?
1. Select Color
2. Select the insulation thickness
3. Select the spacing of the sockets
Choosing the distance between bulbs - or your socket spacing - will be determined by:
Size of the project - Smaller project, shorter distance between bulbs. Larger projects like crossing an expanse or wrapping larger are good candidates for wider spacing.
Be sure not to take breaker capacity into account when using shorter spacing and incandescent bulbs.
4. Choose the length of the cords
See the wide variety of lengths in the spacing that you choose and match the length of the cord to the size of your project.
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