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(100) Burnt Amber Mini Lights | Christmas String Light
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52 ft. Stringer - (100) Mini Lights - BURNT AMBER

6 in. Bulb Spacing - Green Wire - Commercial Duty - 3 Set Max. Connection - 120V


Bring the magic of the holidays to your home with burnt amber mini Christmas lights. The 100 incandescent mini lights are spaced 6 inches apart on 52 feet of green wire making them ideal for impact lighting on metal and wooden arches, posts, and tree trunks. UL listed for indoor/outdoor use, three sets can be safely connected end to end. The 24-inch lead length makes reaching an outlet easy. Make your house and holiday displays glow with the warm, soft light of these mini lights.


Stock Code:  CMS-100MLHDGD
Part No.:  8999GD
Voltage:  120
Bulbs Per String:  100
Bulb Spacing:  6 in.
Lead Length:  24 in.
Tail Length:  4 in.
Max. Connections:  3 Sets
Wire Gauge:  20 AWG
Case Quantity:  20
Brand:  Christmas Lite Co.
Wattage:  40 Watt
Amperage:  0.34 Amps
Bulb Color:  Burnt Amber
Connection:  Male to Female
Lighted Length:  49.5 ft.
Total String Length:  52 ft.
Wire Color:  Green
UL Listed:  Indoor/Outdoor

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love the color! I have lights all over the studio and sometimes get tired of plain white lights. Just for something different I purchased these amber lights and also the teal lights. They go together surprisingly well! Fast shipping and prompt email notifications of sale confirmation and shipping status. July 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Strong, warm shade of burnt orange goes well with other colors. 52' length was a little challenging for weaving them around and through the particular shrub I used them on, until I finally figured out that this particular product, when readied for packaging, was twisted up instead of just being folded back and forth. I laid the whole string out, untwisting them completely, and then re-folded them, using twist-ties to bundle several individual segments. I used them with clear, blue, and yellow mini lights to create a flame-like effect that will be just as much fun in July as for the winter garden. November 28, 2012
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