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Green Christmas Lights LED

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Green LED Christmas Lights - Mini String Lights

Mini string lights are a staple of Christmas tree decorations. These green mini lights can bring out the green in your evergreen or wrap around your bannister to pull the holiday decorations throughout the house. While these lights are outdoor rated and can be used in many outdoor installations, they are typically considered be too small to be used to outline the roof. Instead, wrap them around your front door wreath or light up columns on your restaurant porch to bring some holiday cheer to your diners. LED outdoor Christmas lights last longer than incandescent strings and are better able to weather cold snaps.

No Christmas tree? No problem. We love hearing from customers who use our products in unique ways. Barry from West Virginia used 10 sets of green Christmas lights to create a Christmas tree. He attached the strings to the top of a flagpole and ran them down the ground. You can do something similar with wide angle lights that make the light brighter from all angles or use multi-directional green LED mini lights for a twinkle effect when the wind blows.

Will the Strings Stay Lit If One Bulb Burns Out?

Yes, all of our LED mini string lights will stay lit even if a single bulb goes out. Because of the low wattage each bulb draws, you don't need to do anything if a single bulb fails. You can tuck the bulb a little further into the tree and the rest won't be affected. You could also repair around it using an LED Keeper and repair PODs to maintain the electrical balance of the string.

Can Individual Bulbs Be Replaced?

No, individual bulbs cannot be replaced on any of our LED green mini lights. In order to offer green LED Christmas lights protected against water, we use single piece molded construction. This means individual bulbs are not replaceable as you may be used to with incandescent strings. However, it also means that your Christmas lights are outdoor rated for snow, rain, or shine.

How "Green" are the Christmas Lights?

Reading reviews for an individual product is the best way to see what other product owners think of the color. Just keep in mind that color varies between products, manufacturers, and can change over the years. The best way to get a consistent color across a large display is to buy all of the lights at the same time. This way, all of the LEDs are most likely from the same batch (or bin) and are more likely to match in color.

Need help finding the right Christmas lights for your home or business? Give our holiday lighting experts a call at 1-800-624-4488.