C7 Twinkle Multicolor LED Christmas Replacement Bulbs

Item: P6169


Reg. Price: $41.25
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LED Technology Non-Dimmable

Boxes of 25

In Stock - Ships Monday

  • C7 Multicolor LED Christmas Lights
  • Twinkle lights flash on and off for holiday brilliance
  • 7/8" diameter bulb, constructed with durable acrylic plastic - will never fade, peel or crack
  • Low watt LED bulbs save energy and last longer
  • Long lasting bulb life: 60,000 average hours
  • Nickel base prevents corrosion
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    5 Stars

    Reviewed by Donna O.
    on Sunday, January 19, 2014

    C7 Twinkle LED lights

    Love my new C7 twinkle lights. They stay cool while the other lights I had got so hot I never felt comfortable leaving my Christmas tree lights on for very long. LED lights are not hard to find but the ones that twinkle are but Christmas Lights Etc. carries them and have always had them in stock when I have looked for them. I love everything about them.

    5 Stars

    Reviewed by Roger L.
    on Thursday, December 06, 2012

    C7 120V Twinkle Multi LED Replacement Lamp, Box of 25

    Fair pricing

    4 Stars

    Reviewed by Nathanael W.
    on Monday, January 20, 2014

    C7 Twinkle Multicolor LED Lights - Just like the old days

    These twinkle just like the old incandescent Christmas lights. Although the timing is very consistent, the period varies from bulb-to-bulb giving a virtually random blinking pattern. We missed the old twinkling/blinking lights when we moved to LED; now, we can have both! 4/5 instead of 5/5 rating strictly because of price. I understand why they cost that much, but it's still painful.

    5 Stars

    Reviewed by Thomas M.
    on Monday, April 28, 2014

    LED Twinkle variety

    Purchased these to mix in with my holiday lights. They went over so well, everyone says I need to add more next year. Arrived on time and works well. I use the 5 colors in a pattern and mix the twinkles into a progressive sequence.