Twinkle Star Star String Holiday Lights
Last updated date: April 9, 2021
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We looked at the top Holiday Lights and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Holiday Lights you should buy.
Update as June 22, 2020:
Checkout The Best String Lights for a detailed review of all the top holiday lights.
In our analysis of 72 expert reviews, the Twinkle Star Star String Lights placed 10th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
100 LED String Lights 100 LED Copper String Lights 100 LED Copper String Lights with Waterproof Battery Box 200 LED Copper String Lights 300 LED Copper String Lights 40 LED Globe String Lights Length 33ft 33ft 33ft 66ft 99ft 14.8ft LED Quantity 100 100 100 200 300 40 Color Warm White Warm White Warm White Warm White Warm White Warm White Power Supply Aapter Powered USB Powered Battery Powered USB/Adapter Powered Battery Powered Battery Powered Waterproof String Lights ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Remote Control NO ✓ ✓ NO ✓ NO Twinkle Star warm white star string lights, beauty your living room, home. Also ideal for birthdays, wedding, party. It can be easily put or hung on walls, windows, curtains and etc. These Christmas star lights very durable, long lasting and extremely energy efficient. Easy to use, just plug in to light up and press the round button on the mode controller to adjust the lighting mode. Specifications: Light Color: Warm White LED Quantity: 100 led Total Length: 49 FT Intervals Between Light: 3.9 inches Power Source: Adapter Powered Output: 29V safe low voltage( Includes UL plug-in transformer) Package Includes: 1 x 100 LED Star String Lights
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An Overview On Holiday Lights
Decorating your home or office with lights is an excellent way to get into a happy spirit. It’s even better when you can gather family or friends and put up the lights while listening to your favorite music. Before you plan your little get-together, you’ll need to make sure you have the correct lights with the right number of bulbs.
Read the product packaging to determine if the lights are safe to use outdoors. This is only important if you are planning an outdoor display. Just remember that outdoor lights can be used indoors, but indoor lights cannot be used outdoors. Indoor lights are not made to withstand wind, rain, snow and ice.
Check to see whether the lights have a green or white wire. For example, the Prextex Green Wire Light Set features green wiring in between each light, which blends in with the green foliage of an evergreen tree beautifully. A white wire would stick out in a tree but would look great across a white fireplace mantel.
Determine what type of lights you’d like, as there are a wide variety of choices. You could stick with all white lights or go with multicolored lights. You can opt for lights that flicker, flash or strobe. The TaoTronics String Lights with Remote Control has 10 different brightness settings to choose from. Thanks to the handy remote, users can even change the setting from across the room.
Size is also important, as lights come in large, regular and mini sizes. Of course, you’ll need to read the product packaging to determine how long the strand is, as the number of lights doesn’t determine this. That’s because the lights may be spaced further apart on one set than another. Even though the Ehome String Lights has 100 regular-sized lights, it’s only 4 feet shorter than the Noma/Inliten Light Set, which features 300 mini lights.
When browsing similar models, look for any extras that may set one model above the others. Does the light set come with a few replacement bulbs? Is it powered by a USB port instead of batteries or an electrical outlet? Perhaps it’s made with bendable copper wire for easier placement around picture frames and banisters.
The Holiday Lights Buying Guide
- Never use a light set that has frayed cords, empty sockets or exposed wiring.
- Never add more strands than what is recommended in the product information sheet. This could pose a fire hazard.
- When hanging outdoor lights, stick with light clips that are designed specifically for use with lights. Nails and screws work to secure the lights, but there is a risk you could puncture the cord and expose the wiring. You’ll also need to use a ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet with outdoor lights to protect against the winter elements.
- Always conduct an inspection of any lights that you have from a previous year before using them again.
- Look for a UL Safety Certification on the product label. This certification means that the lights have gone through testing and have been found to meet industry standards.
- Festive lights don’t have to be stored away 11 months out of the year. They work great to accent a family portrait or a piece of wall art. They can be used to light up your banister or an outdoor walkway for better night vision.
- If you have a strand or two of lights that no longer work, you can recycle them. Many organizations are willing to take the old lights off your hands because lights are made using copper, plastic and sometimes glass. All of these materials can be melted down to make new products, which reduces waste.
- When comparing light prices, you’ll first need to take into account how many lights are on each strand. After that, look for any extras the light set may offer. For example, the Noma/Inliten Light Set has 300 lights per strand versus the 100 lights the other sets offer, so it commands a higher price. Although the TaoTronics String Lights with Remote Control has the same amount of lights as the Prextex Green Wire Light Set and the Ehome String Lights, it costs a little more due to its added remote control and multiple brightness options.
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