Nowadays more and more people are using LED string lights instead of conventional colored Christmas lights, which is one way of making your Christmas season much greener. They are easy to find as most stores sell outdoor LED string lights if they sell Christmas lights.
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LED Christmas String Lights
- Name: LED String Lights
- Voltage: 85-265V
- Power: 8W
- Color: R/Y/G/B/W/M
- Size: 10 meters
- Lifespan: 50000H
- Waterproof Grade: IP56
LED string lights can last ten times longer and consume less energy than the traditional lights. They use 75% less energy. You can imagine the electrical cost to be saved when you use this type of lighting in your home. Just like traditional string lights, LED string lights come in various shapes and sizes, such as “globe,” or “mini.” Whatever color you’re looking for, you should be able to find it.
Outdoor LED string lights are safer than traditional lights. You can connect numerous strings together without worrying about overheating them. But you should still check the box or manual to find out the recommended number of strings that can be safely connected.
The initial cost of LED light strings is more expensive than the traditional incandescent bulbs, but that’s the price you sometimes pay for more efficient and greener lighting solutions.
When you’re using outdoor string lights, you should observe safety first. When you unplug the lights, don’t pull on the cord. This can tear at the wiring inside. When storing them away, check for damage first. Don’t use lights that have loose connections, broken sockets, or bare wires. Storing string Lights in a dry place where they can’t be damaged by water and Keeping them out of children’s reach during storage, to ensure the wires are not damaged.