Warm White - 120 Volt - 105 LED Bulbs - Wide Angle Lens - 24 Drops - Lighted Width 12 ft. - Drop Spacing 6 in. - White Wire - Christmas Icicle Light String - Superior Holiday Lighting 1100014
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12.8 ft. Icicle Stringer - (105) LED Mini Lights - WARM WHITE - 27 Icicle Drops - White Wire - Commercial Duty - 29 Set Max Connections

(105) Bulbs - Warm White Wide Angle - Drop Spacing 6 in. - White Wire - 120V

 
The warm white mini ice lights on this string appear to be chiseled from ice, and the wide angle lens of this 'ice' creates a vivacious, high definition color. Our LED commercial grade icicle lights will last several Christmas seasons and will save up to 90% in energy costs over traditional mini lights. Numerous strings can be attached end-to-end, making decorating easy both indoor and out. This string light is of the highest grade and is manufactured to theme park specifications. We guarantee it! A three-season warranty covers typical use in three holiday seasons consisting of 30 days each.

Specifications

Stock Code:  S4-1055MMICEWW
Part No.:  1100014
Voltage:  120
Bulbs Per String:  105
Bulb Type:  LED
Connection:  Male to Female
Drop Spacing:  6 in.
Lighted Width:  12 ft.
Max. Connections:  29 Sets
Wire Color:  White
UL Listed:  Indoor/Outdoor
Case Quantity:  12
 
 
Brand:  SHL
Wattage:  4.8 Watt
Amperage:  0.02 Amps
Bulb Color:  Warm White
Bulb Spacing:  4 in.
Drop Lengths:  18 in./15 in./9 in./18 in./15 in./6 in.
Lead Length:  4 in.
Tail Length:  4 in.
Type:  LED Icicle String
Wire Gauge:  20 AWG
Warranty:  3 Seasons
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Solid LED icicle lights After going several seasons where I had to buy new incandescent icicle lights every year, I figured I'd try going the LED route. These are decently bright, though not quite as bright as the incandescent variety, and they give off a warm white light, somewhere between the stark blue white of other LED's and the yellow of incandescents. They were easy to unfurl and hang, without too much fussing needed over straightening each "icicle", and they've lasted through several snow and rain storms. If they work next year, I'll be thrilled. So far, so good! January 17, 2013
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