Battery Lights

by | Aug 22, 2012

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Hi, this is Shellie out at Christmas Light Source. And I just wanted to show you what you could expect if you were to set up our incandescent battery operated lights.

This is a set on white wire. You can see the battery box is just a little bit larger than the 2C batteries required to operate it. They don’t come with the batteries. And it just has a simple on-off switch. Since one set of batteries lasts an average of four to seven hours, we suggest that you wait until right before your event to turn them on. Each strand has 15 mini lights, and there are four inches between each light. There are four inches between light and four inches between the first light and the battery box. That gives it an effective length with 15 lights to the strand, of five feet.

There are four inches between light and four inches between the first light and the battery box. That gives it an effective length with 15 lights to the strand, of five feet.

This is one of our most popular products. People use them for their weddings, parties, centerpieces, and I know you’ll love it. If you have any questions, we look forward to hearing from you at Christmas Light Source. And stay tuned for a couple of photographs that one of our customers sent us, showing how they used these lights for their wedding decoration.

And stay tuned for a couple of photographs that one of our customers sent us, showing how they used these lights for their wedding decoration.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a great party!

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