I've had my christmas lights for almost two years now and use them to illuminate the interior of my camper van every day. They are so beautiful and really create a relaxing ambiance in my little home. In addition, they hardly use any electricty. I'm about to order some more!
These Light Strings are excellent and have quality construction. I have purchased several styles of the 12V strings over the years for battery operated props and scenic decor for theatrical productions.
We got the lights for a camper and they have been perfect!
I've bought 12 volt lights from Christmas Light Source for years . The quality is first-rate and the warm white is perfect.
Very nice lights, nice soft warm light. Service is outstanding. Left a message and received a call back next day. Planning on purchasing 5 more strings.
Put these in my camper for general purpose lighting/mood. Perfect and well made. Measure about 1W per strip.
We got these for our pickup camper. They produce a warm bright light that is just dandy. I'm very happy with the power draw as well. Thanks much!
Nice bright lights! Minimal electricity use, we used for a trade show. Sure got attention!
I have looked for low voltage Lights that can connect to my Cig Lighter in my Van.The use is for my awning for my Vanagon...Perfect Perfect.
I bought 10 strands of these to go up the forestay/backstay of my sailboat. The LED lights are just as you expect and work great. I purchased the warm-white, which looked great. In my case, I needed to extend the range of the power-supply lead, in which 25' of low-voltage two-wire landscape spliced into a power-led worked great. Each strand comes with an automotive cigarette lighter plug, which means you'll have plenty of spare connectors. If you put the connectors on any strain, you'll want to use a couple zip-ties to sure-up your connection between strands. If you run them up a forestay, I'd suggest zip tieing all your strands to another line in order to provide a relief. One of my strands came unplugged, as I was lowering the light last night and is stuck 20' in the air. Hence the suggestions. :P