|Product Name||Northlight Seasonal 100ct. White Faceted C9 Christmas Lights|
|Width||804 inches (convert)|
|Height||1 inches (convert)|
|Length||1 inches (convert)|
|Weight||3.3 pounds (convert)|
|Long Description||Induce a winter scene in your home any time of the year using these lights. Hang them from the roof or across the fence to create a shimmering display of light inside or out. These lights will turn your home into a wonderland this season! Product Features:. Color: warm white bulbs / brown wire. "Warm clear" also known as "warm white" has a soft natural incandescent glow, similar to candlelight. Number of bulbs on string: 100. Bulb size: C9 Spacing between each bulb: 8" Lighted length: 66'. Total length: 67'. 6" lead cord (from the plug to the first bulb). 6" tail cord Additional Product Features:. LED lights to use 90% less energy. Lights are equipped with a clip on the base of each bulb so that you can easily attach the lights to trees, bushes and more!. UL certified and approved for indoor or outdoor use. If one bulb burns out, the rest will stay lit. Replacement bulbs and spare fuses included. Contains end-to-end connectors which allow you to connect up to 29 sets together (not to exceed 210 watts). Wire gauge: 22. 120 volts, 60 hertz, 0.06 amps, 7.2 watts Material(s): plastic/glass/wire|
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