Purple Wide Angle Lights - LED String Light
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(50) Light - 25 ft. String - 6 in. Spacing - PURPLE - Wide Angle LED's

Omni-Directional - Commercial Duty - Black Wire - 60 Set Connection

 
This season deck your halls and boughs of holly with purple mini LED wide angle mini Christmas lights. 50 bulbs are spaced 6 inches apart on 25 feet of black wire, making the string ideal to decorate Christmas trees, interior trim, and fence lines. UL listed for indoor/outdoor use, 60 sets can be safely combined end-to-end. The three-season warranty covers use for 30 days for each of three holiday seasons. Cool to the touch and energy efficient, these patented wide angle LEDs are equally brilliant from any viewing angle.

Specifications

Stock Code:  S4-50LWAPURBLW
Part No.:  1100051
Voltage:  120
Bulbs Per String:  50
Bulb Shape:  5mm Wide Angle
Connection:  Male to Female
Lighted Length:  24.5 ft.
Total String Length:  25.16 ft.
Type:  LED Wide Angle Mini Lights
Wire Gauge:  22 AWG
Warranty:  3 Seasons
 
 
Brand:  SHL
Wattage:  3.5 Watt
Amperage:  0.02 Amps
Bulb Color:  Purple
Bulb Spacing:  6 in.
Lead Length:  4 in.
Tail Length:  4 in.
Max. Connections:  60 Sets
Wire Color:  Black
UL Listed:  Indoor/Outdoor
Case Quantity:  24
 

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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by When you need it now.... I had a hard time finding a vendor that had this in stock and could get it to me fast to meet my deadline. 1000bulbs had it and got it to me in a couple days. Product is great, hoping it will last for years. October 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great lights! Love the brightness of the LED lights. Envy of the neighborhood. October 12, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by pretty good got these last year. I left these things outside for about 60 days around Halloween. This year I plugged it in and two lights were out. . . I expect a bit more out of LED lights considering the increased cost; however, it sure beats fighting with colored incandescent lights that have the paint peel off after one year of use (not to mention burning out constantly). The big detractor - you can't replace burnt out lights like you can with incandescent strings. Yes - i would buy them again. October 6, 2011
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