C9 Smooth Slow Change LED Bulbs E17 Bases
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|Glass or LED||LED||Purchase Separately||C9/E17 Cord|
|Bulb Style||Smooth||Warm-Up During Operation||No|
|Color of Bulbs||Color Changing||Brightness at 36 inches|
|Shape of Bulbs||C9||Base Size||E17 (Intermediate)|
|LED or SMD||LED||Voltage||130 V|
|Base Finish||Nickel||Current Draw||.008 Amps|
|Dimmable||No||Power Draw||0.45 Watts|
|Bulb Width||1 inch||Bulb Height||2 3/8 inch|
|Bulb Diameter||1 inch||Potential Lifespan Estimate||35,000 hours|
|Application||Indoor/Outdoor||Warranty||90 Days of Normal Seasonal Use|
|Additional Info||1 LED||Material||Polycarbonate|
I purchased these and got them quickly, easy to place the separate bulbs into the wire, and placed them on my trees outdoors. They are perfect! I probably needed to get twice the length but these were worth it. Highly recommend!
I really love these lights they made my house look so festive. The are very bright and change through some amazing colors.
Excellent purchase for my outdoor Christmas display. Applied them in between triple dripped purple bulbs left over from Halloween. They look great and put out bright, beautiful colors lighting up my pathway. Christmas Light Source Management is FANTASTIC and highly recommend their products and warranty! Merry Christmas everyone.
These bulbs are sweet! The coolest feature is that the bulb is plastic, not glass. So, if you drop a bulb (believe me you will drop a bulb during installation), the bulb will not break. The old school C9 bulbs seemed to shatter at the slightest touch. You will not have that problem with these bulbs. They are extremely durable. They are also very bright and throw off a great shine. The only disappointment is they do not fade in synch. To be fair, there is a warning on the website that states this. I hung 250 of them and most of them seem to fade at the same "randomness". But a few of them are on their own. Red seems to appear significantly less than the other colors. In todays world it seems like it would be very easy to put a box that would let you control the color changes and patterns. Also, I ordered all of my bulbs in the slow change. Upon further research, it appears I should have gone with solid colors for the majority and mixed in some of the slow changes to create "movement".
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