Prestige Lighting 400 Bright White Led's

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Dan12

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Price: £14.99
Effect: Twinkle
Colour: Bright White (also available in warm white)
Place of purchase: Home and Bargain


These are fantastic value, 400 indoor/outdoor lights for just £14.99. We bought these to cover our real tree this year (we love ours covered in lights) and the bonus that they come with a green cable is great for the tree too.

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Dan12

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Couldn't resist another pack of these today, will be used on our (if we manage to get one) real tree for the garden. Having a proper look at the box the actual light string is 24 meters long which is fantastic for this price. You could go around the whole of your house with these. They look just brilliant too so bright and the twinkle isnt too much but adds just a nice effect.
 

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nice dan, your tree(s) will look great this year :)
and you're right, 24m lit length for 15 quid is great, fantastic vfm you got there :rollingbaub
 
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Dan12

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These were brilliant, all three sets worked so well over the season, no faults, and they looked fantastic! If they have them again next year I would reccomend them to anyone, for that amount of bulbs off one plug is fantastic!
 

Dan12

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you must be trying to get your house seen from space dan :p you must have eat least 20 sets by now
Haha!

I think were going to replace a few of the older sets tbh, im planning on getting rid of the blue leds and replacing them with the new white leds etc. Got about 3 new sets of icicles, hopefully will be able to do the top of the house this year too.
Not sure where the other sets will go but plenty of time to plan plan plan ;)
 

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lol, yeah, 10 months should be long enough :D
the only trouble with lights outdoors really, they need replacing every 3 years or so
 

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lol, yeah, 10 months should be long enough :D
the only trouble with lights outdoors really, they need replacing every 3 years or so
Biggest problem for me is finding the sockets to put them all into lol! Should solve that this year hopefully by getting a couple more dry boxes tho.
 
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those boxes are great, even for things like mowing the lawn if the grass is a bit damp :)
the best bit about them is, as christmas lights are so low power, you can run 4 or 5 boxes off of just one plug
 
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Haha thanks! Pretty impressed with that! Would of had no idea if you hadnt posted ;)
you've done well tbh, on average you get over one like per post, which is very impressive :)
yeah, there's no award for 500 likes, so you wouldn't have noticed unless you check the notable members page
 
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