This actually works really well - the only thing is I wish the cord was a bit longer. I had to use an additional extension cord. But it worked perfectly otherwise. Has survived through a couple of really rainy days here. There is an on/off switch on the back and you can set it to go on/off with many different times. I set it for dawn/dusk so it goes on at dusk and goes off at dawn. LOVE that feature - don't even have to think about my lights! And there are 6 different place to plug in your lights so you can have so many! I'll post a picture of all my lights that are plugged into it.
Missing the old time Christmases? Relive your memories with bright LED multicolor icicle lights. LED lights are durable and shine brilliantly year after year. Using less energy extends the lifetime of this light, allowing you more family time and less time troubleshooting. Hang these colorful lights from the roofline or over a fence to complete your light display. End to end plugs allow you to connect 43 sets together making decorating your entire yard quick and easy! Decorate and dazzle for...

For decades trees, wreaths and rooflines have displayed Christmas lights to the de-light-ment of family members and neighbors alike! Transform your home for seasons to come with this virtually indestructible set of 50 energy efficient orange LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:
Get in the holiday spirit this season with decorative outdoor Christmas lights. This season you can add a festive cheer to the outside of your home with white or colorful Christmas lighting. Make your home into the best Christmas light display in the neighborhood this year by draping lights from your roof, patio, and deck. During winter, bright Christmas lights are a great way to both brighten up the night and add seasonal cheer to your outdoor decor. You’ll find Christmas lights come in variety of shapes and sizes, different styles, as well as designs. Whether you prefer glass bulbs, modern Christmas LED lights, battery powered Christmas lights or electric, Wayfair has the best Christmas lights for your home.
Outdoor Christmas lights did not become practical for the average family until the 1930s. By this time, not only were homes decorated with electric lights, stores, community Christmas trees, and government buildings were also adorned with the twinkling lights. General Electric began to sponsor community Christmas lighting competitions in the 1920s, but it wasn't until the 1950s that it was common to see rows of houses lit on the outside. Today, the places you find the lights are as numerous as the types of lights available.

Halloween is the most popular, with miniature light strings having black-insulated wires and semi-opaque orange bulbs. Later sets had some transparent purple bulbs (a representation of black, similar to blacklight), a few even have transparent green, or a translucent or semi-opaque lime green (possibly representing slime as in Ghostbusters, or creatures like goblins or space aliens). Two types of icicle lights are sold at Halloween: all-orange, and a combination of purple and green known as "slime lights".
It's the season of lights, so make the most of it by filling your home with twinkling colors. Look for mini lights to add specks of color to the Christmas tree or garland in the house. For a more dramatic look, consider C7 and C9 lights to frame your doorways or illuminate outdoor trees. Drape your house in icicle lights that cascade down a few inches from the roof line, or cover your shrubbery with net lights that add instant sparkle. You can stick with a single color for a monochromatic look or spice it up with an array of hues. If you plan to turn your property into a holiday spectacle for your neighbors to enjoy, consider laser lights that dance on the walls or your house and pair them with inflatable characters that expand to take up space and move in the wind.
LED Mega Sphere Lighted Display is a beautiful and versatile decoration. These vibrant balls of light are wrapped in LED mini lights for a brilliant glow and superior energy efficiency. Complete with a 6" lead, included S-hook and collapsible design, this mega sphere is as easy to install as it is to store, making them convenient enough to use on any occasion.
The indoor decorator will find a wide selection of mini light colors and themes to light a home year round. Use novelty lights as tree lights or theme décor. The outdoor lover can bring the passion indoors or light up the night with string lights along the porch, patio, or campsite with an array of outdoor lights. Friends and family will ask where you found those stunning lights! Let the joy and warmth of Christmas glow inside and outside your house this holiday season. Bronner's can light every part of your home whether it be your tree, wreath, doorway, mirror, stairway, centerpiece, or window with Christmas lights. To center décor on a theme, Bronner's offers novelty light sets, LED light sets, miniature light sets and traditional Christmas light sets in every color of the rainbow. Top your tree with a lighted star or angel. Simplify Christmas with artificial pre-lit trees. No more tangled mini lighting strands or missing lights. Pre-lit trees and unlit trees are available in many sizes. Flocked trees are also in the pre-lit selection or unlit. Once the inside of your house is holiday bright with xmas lights, many lighted ornamentals are ready for display in your windows and yard. Smaller window designs can be used indoors or outdoors including snowflakes, stars, angels, snowmen, flags, bunnies, pumpkins, turkeys etc. Warmly welcome holiday guests with lighted pathway markers for driveway or sidewalk. Tell the Christmas story with a large, outdoor, lighted Nativity display. Holographic and wire-frame designs include snowmen and reindeer. Large, lighted plastic displays include Nativities, Santa, elves, and more.
In many countries, Christmas lights, as well as other Christmas decorations, are traditionally erected on or around the first day of Advent.[5][6] In the Western Christian world, the two traditional days when Christmas lights are removed are Twelfth Night and Candlemas, the latter of which ends the Christmas-Epiphany season in some denominations.[7] Leaving the decorations up beyond Candlemas is historically considered to be inauspicious.[8]
This 20 in. H Pre-Lit Clear Mini Lights This 20 in. H Pre-Lit Clear Mini Lights Christmas Greeting Puppy will delight all. Adorable and dressed in a bright red Santa hat this whimsical guy is pre-lit with 35 clear mini lights that are fully assembled. Covered in fluffy tinsel fabric this festive fella will stand guard both indoors ...  More + Product Details Close
For decades trees, wreaths, and rooflines have come alive with the radiance of lights to the de-light-ment of family members and neighbors alike! Transform your home with an illustrious glow with this durable set of 50 energy efficient multi-colored M5 size LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:
The Christmas tree was adopted in upper-class homes in 18th-century Germany, where it was occasionally decorated with candles, which at the time was a comparatively expensive light source. Candles for the tree were glued with melted wax to a tree branch or attached by pins. Around 1890, candleholders were first used for Christmas candles. Between 1902 and 1914, small lanterns and glass balls to hold the candles started to be used. Early electric Christmas lights were introduced with electrification, beginning in the 1880s.
Want to see snow for Christmas but live in a warmer climate? Trim the roofline, porch or balcony with snowflake icicle lights. With LED technology and stackable plugs you are able to connect up 43 strings safely, so you can decorate large areas quickly and easily. Sturdy wire ensures that these lights can handle bad weather and several different events while still shining brightly. This holiday season make your home into a wonderful winter wonderland!
Christmas light sculptures, also called motifs, are used as Christmas decorations and for other holidays. Originally, these were large wireframe metalwork pieces made for public displays, such as for a municipal government to place on utility poles, and shopping centers to place on lampposts. Since the 1990s, these are also made in small plastic home versions that can be hung in a window, or on a door or wall. Framed motifs can be lit using mini lights or ropelight, and larger scale motifs and sculptures may use C7 bulbs.
Here at the Strategist, we like to think of ourselves as crazy (in the good way) about the stuff we buy, but as much as we’d like to, we can’t try everything. Which is why we have People’s Choice, in which we find the best-reviewed (that’s four-to-five-star reviews and lots of ‘em) products and single out the most convincing. Last year, we picked our favorite Christmas lights, but this year, we decided to go deeper on all kinds of string and holiday lighting. Below, the best in Christmas light shows. (Note that reviews have been edited for length and clarity.)

The holidays are perfect for spending time with loved ones and eating delicious food. You can easily spread the holiday cheer this season by embellishing your home with Christmas decorations. Christmas trees, wreaths, garlands, ornaments, tableware, lights, stockings, and other holiday accents can transform any space into a festive wonderland. Christmas decorations come in many different colors and patterns, so you can cultivate your unique look this holiday season. From traditional to coastal Christmas, our Christmas decor are made to help you celebrate the holiday in style. Once you are done celebrating the holidays, you can easily pack up your Christmas decorations in protective Christmas storage.


For decades trees, wreaths and rooflines have displayed Christmas lights to the de-light-ment of family members and neighbors alike! Transform your home for seasons to come with this virtually indestructible set of 50 energy efficient blue C6 size LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include: 

Give your yard a fun and festive holiday Give your yard a fun and festive holiday look with this adorable Airblown Inflatable Hanukkah bear. Easily installs - self-inflates in seconds and includes energy-efficient LED lighting for nighttime visibility. No assembly required. Plug it in stake it down and watch the magic unfold.  More + Product Details Close
“These lights are wonderful! My initial idea was regular holiday tree lights, but they were too bulky and heavy, so I found these. They are lightweight, beautifully lit, and just great with the remote control for power and display options. They are so thin and light, they are invisible in the canopy. The perfect backlight for a tween on her iPad. Love ‘em! And the price is very reasonable.” [Editor’s note: We’ve written about these excellent Christmas lights before. Read more here.]
Created and patented by coastal North Carolina crab trap maker Nicky Harvey and handcrafted by local commercial fishing family members. Built from durable PVC coated crab trap wire it can stand up to rain and snow for years. Displays beautifully outdoors or indoors with the nautical or traditional decor. Opens for display in minutes and easily folds flat again for compact storage.
The holidays are fast approaching, and that means that it's time to start thinking about your Christmas decorating scheme, particularly in the lighting department. Maybe you prefer to go the simple, warm-white string lights approach, or maybe you want something that feels a little more fun and out there. In any case, there are tons of outdoor Christmas lights to choose from out there, so we've rounded up some of the best—whether they be highly reviewed by customers, or just plain cool—holiday lights you can buy this season.
From that point on, electrically illuminated Christmas trees, but only indoors, grew with mounting enthusiasm in the United States and elsewhere. San Diego in 1904, Appleton, Wisconsin in 1909, and New York City in 1912 were the first recorded instances of the use of Christmas lights outside.[15] McAdenville, North Carolina claims to have been the first in 1956.[16] The Library of Congress credits the town for inventing "the tradition of decorating evergreen trees with Christmas lights dates back to 1956 when the McAdenville Men's Club conceived of the idea of decorating a few trees around the McAdenville Community Center."[17] However, the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree has had "lights" since 1931, but did not have real electric lights until 1956.[18] Furthermore, Philadelphia's Christmas Light Show and Disney's Christmas Tree also began in 1956.[19][20] Though General Electric sponsored community lighting competitions during the 1920s, it would take until the mid-1950s for the use of such lights to be adopted by average households.
Give your yard a festive flourish with candy cane-shaped Christmas path lights or holiday Luminaria kits. Net lighting is another great outdoor choice: it works well in trees and bushes, comes in a variety of sizes and is easy to set up. To turn your yard into a winter wonderland, add an array of icicle lights across your eaves and awnings or use a Christmas laser light projector, like Star Shower, to project thousands of moving holiday shapes directly onto your home. 
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