C7 Cool White Falling Icicle Commercial LED Christmas String Lights

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Illuminate your home in an animated icy glow this holiday season! These 5, 7, and 9 inch cool white C7 falling icicle bulbs appear to drip in a mesmerizing display of brilliant light. We have combined these glittering LED bulbs with our commercial quality strings to create a long lasting, energy efficient light display. Hang these unique lights along the roof or in trees to create a magical winter paradise!

  • Commercial string light sets include bulbs and light strings; to assemble, simply twist bulbs into light sockets
  • Commercial grade C7 lights with 18 gauge white wire
  • Professional sockets feature weep holes for trouble free damp weather performance
  • Heavy duty SPT1 insulation
  • Create the look of dripping icicles using these unique bulbs featuring a lifelike icicle texture mold
  • Nickel plated bases prevent corrosion and improve connectivity, saving you time and money
  • Energy efficient bulbs reduce power needs by up to 90%
  • Bulbs are virtually unbreakable, and colors never fade, chip or crack
  • LED bulbs always remain cool to the touch
  • Indoor / Outdoor use

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Reviewed by Ronald E.
on Wednesday, November 28, 2018

C7 Cool White Falling Icicle Commercial LED Christmas String Lights

These bulbs are striking. great effect after dark. They are surely pricey, but if they run anywhere close to the 50,000+ hours rating, they will be good for many many Christmases to come. I have a total of 80 feet on the second story and they look great, but think that they would be much more striking if they were spaced at 6" ce instead of 12". Bought additional sockets to install on existing 12" spaced strings and bulbs to change the existing strands to 6" next year. Given that they are LED (very low current) and the SPT2 wire, the run is still way below "current" (amp) carrying requirements.