25' C7 Commercial Light Stringer, SPT1 White Wire, 6" Spacing

Item Number: 15076


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Create custom light displays with ease using these commercial-grade stringers and your own bulbs. Just be sure to match socket size to bulbs (see below), and get the right length for your project, and you're ready to get started.

  • 25' White wire with 6" spacing between 50 sockets
  • Compatible with LED or incandescent bulbs with E12 Candelabra (12mm) bases: Use with E12 base bulbs including C7 and G30 Bulbs sold separately
  • UL Recognized Components, rated for Indoor / Outdoor use
  • Calculate for Amp Needs:
    1. # of Bulbs x Watts/Bulb = Total Watts
    2. Total Watts / 120 volts = Amp Needs

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Reviewed by Gordon L.
on Wednesday, August 10, 2016

25' Stringer for C7 Lights, Like the close spaceing

We were looking for both white wire and sockets, as well as 6" spacing vs the traditional 12" spacing, and I was able to get both with this 25' light stringer.

Reviewed by Phillip R.
on Thursday, December 10, 2015

Great product, C7 Stringer

Very easy to use.

Reviewed by Debra C.
on Monday, November 16, 2015

Very Well Made - C7 Light Stringer

I purchased just two of the sets and I'm extremely pleased with how well-made they are. My only suggestion would be to the company that they provide a little bit more of a lead from the last socket to the plug. Otherwise, they are good. I would also love it if the company would provide a smaller set then the 25 socket.

Reviewed by carmelita w.
on Saturday, January 18, 2014

C7 Light Stringer, 25' Length - Just what I was looking for!

This was a white cord, correct length and shipped right away. Excellent product!

Reviewed by Lorna G.
on Thursday, May 16, 2013

E12 Light Stringer

This stringer was perfect for hanging my icicles. I had to improvise last year. Thank you.