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In two instances, I broke a cover just trying to put the hanger clip on the light.
Common sense should have told me that a set such as this that uses less than 10 watts just can't compete with the traditional c9 light sets that use about 175 watts.
The blue is more electric blue, that give-a-way LED color, there is no yellow, and the orange is too close to the red.
The bulbs I received weren't even glass, they're plastic. I'm going to keep them because it's just a hassle to return, but I really wish I had received what I thought I was... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Lexie McGarvey
Not like the picture.
They have the small (teeny) LED base.
Brittle plastic rather than ceramic
Plastic has holes that would let water in so not good for outdoor... Read more
What can I say, they're LED Christmas lights that look like the old fashioned bulb type. Packaged well and work finePublished 1 month ago by Larry Coplin
Life & Home's C9 Ceramic Light Set is beautiful but the bulbs are so fragile that several of the bulbs cracked immediately when they clanged against each other as we were... Read morePublished 8 months ago by deantee
Overall, I was glad this type of product is available, but disappointed that they didn't do a better job with it. I love the old colored lights. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Letitia
Tech for lights like this as LEDs has some way to go IMHO. The colors are very nice, but there is only a single LED in each "bulb" and the "bulb" shells are very... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Winkb
The upside: looks like old fashioned C9's in that these are real ceramic covers for the LEDs, and being LEDs, they use about 1/10 the electricity the old fashioned lights used. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Philip G. Leith
break easily, and you can't simply screw in a new bulb like traditional. So if you really want to be green, but dont care if a few have broken glass, they are dimmer than... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lisa J. Klapp