Multi Wide Angle LED Christmas Lights

by | Oct 21, 2015

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What are wide angle LED Christmas lights? The wide angle lens shape is the smallest of the LED lenses. It’s also called five millimeter because that’s the diameter of the cylinder. The shape is called conical because of the cone that’s molded into the interior of the polycarbonate lens.

This shape maximizes the amount of light broadcast. It’s very popular with cities and in applications where thousands of lights are in use.  Frequently used when wrapping trees, this variety is also perfect for a modern Christmas tree. Take advantage of the fact that this lens shape is seen in our 120 volt light strings, battery, and craft lights, and

Take advantage of the fact that this lens shape is seen in our 120 volt light strings, battery, and craft lights, and 12-volt sets to match them for a unified look in all your projects. All are available at Christmas Light Source.

All the different light strings with this lens shape are available at Christmas Light Source.

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