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Benross Warm White Ultra Bright LED String Chaser Lights £13.58
Christmas Workshop Ultra Bright LED Chaser String Lights - Warm White
Available in 200, 400, 600 and 1000 LED String Lengths
Ultra bright LEDs means your bulbs will not need to be replaced, give a brighter light and use a lot less energy than traditional bulbs.
Indoor & Outdoor Use
200 LED = 18.9m Length
If using these chaser lights for Christmas Trees. A General Rule of thumb is 100 Lights for every 1 1/2 foot of tree.
There are 5 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Amanda Hanna from United KingdomOwner15 December 2020 21:47
Thank you for the quick deliver. These 1000 lights filled my 8 foot tree because they was 5cm between each light... wonderful.
Liz from United KingdomOwner21 December 2020 10:13
This year, we think our Christmas tree looks stunning the fairy lights have lots of different sequences but we just like the static lights. Brilliant product would recommend them. They came quickly too. Thank you electrical world team. Happy Christmas
Tracey from IrelandOwner23 December 2020 01:53
Nice lights, nice warm color. Perfect size for a 6ft Christmas tree.
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner17 February 2021 14:54
Bought for next Christmas so haven't unrolled these lights as yet. I have tested them and they work well. Simple push button to alter the light sequence.
Delivered on time.
John from United KingdomOwner13 April 2021 17:52
A great value, very good looking set of lights.
Perfect for our needs inthe garden , bought 2 sets and they look so good.
Great delivery, obliging Company, pleasure to do biz with.
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Marie from United Kingdom asks
Would like these lights, when you choose your setting does it stay on that particular one or do you have to change it everytime you turn them on? Thankyou
Polina from United States asks
What color is wire?
Desmond from Singapore asks
What type of plugs do these come in? US,UK etc? Thanks.