LED Christmas icicle lights create a magical Christmas display. These popular lights have a professional look that adds beauty to any lighting display. Since they are shaped like icicles, LED icicle lights look great adorning the eaves of buildings where actual icicles commonly are found. These dangling LED lights are also perfect hanging from mantles, deck railings, gazebos, gutters, fences, and more. LED Christmas icicle lights come in multiple sizes and colors to meet any decorator’s needs. . . .
LED Christmas rope lights are made from clear rubber-like material that is resistant to shock and cool to the touch. LED rope light can be bought in bulk spools or shorter cut pieces. Because they can come in bulk spools, LED rope lights are perfect for large-scale projects. Due to their material, LED rope lights are long, flexible, and durable—making them perfect for wrapping around objects with ease. They typically are used for outdoor lighting displays. Some applications include decorating . . .
Mini LED Christmas lights are the most traditional looking LED Christmas lights. These LED lights are much smaller than their C7, C9, and G20 counterparts. Because of their smaller size, they use even less energy then other LED lights. Also due to their smaller size, mini LED Christmas lights are best suited for decorating indoor Christmas trees, banisters, mantles, doorways, and other small-scale displays. Mini LED Christmas lights appear most like regular incandescent indoor Christmas lights . . .
C9 and C7 lights are traditional LED Christmas light shapes; however, there are some differences between the two. The main difference between the C7 and C9 LED Christmas lights is their bulb size. Generally, C7 LED light bulbs are 2 inches high while C9 LED light bulbs are 3 inches high. Despite their difference in size, both the C7 and C9 LED light uses only 0.15 watts of energy. These lights are typically used for outdoor lighting displays since their larger size bulb can be seen from farther . . .
Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without the magical sight of Christmas lights. While the lighting displays may look impressive, the illumination comes at a cost: Christmas light displays consume energy faster than Santa consumes his plate of cookies. While the creation of solar powered Christmas lights solves this problem, many are quick to assume that solar Christmas lights must be dimmer, uglier, and/or complicated than their electric counterparts; however, solar Christmas lights . . .