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Celebrations 2936-71 C9 LED Traditional Light Set, Ceramic, 25 Multi-Color Lights
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- Multicolored 25 Lights
- Bulb Type: C9
- Style: Transparent LED
- Lighted Length: 16 ft.
- Connect up to 87 strings of the same set
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I am very happy with the look of these LEDs - I've been waiting for 3 or 4 years to find this type of traditional/frosted look C9 LED. Take a look at the customer images I uploaded - they mimic the "painted bulb" C9s almost perfectly. They are a tad dimmer than the incandescents, but they only use 0.06 watts per LED lamp, which is about 92% less than the typical 7 watt C9 lamp. That's impressive! The box says that the entire string is rated at 2.4 watts, which would include losses from the LED current driver. The only other visual difference is that the white lamps are on the cool side of white - probably 4000K - 5000K. There is also a very slight flicker that is indiscernable from a normal viewing distance.
The colored "shroud" part is glass, painted on the outside. Out of 5 sets I got, 2 had one or two broken glass shrouds, so check your shipment upon receipt. Each set comes with replacement LED inserts, which are the small "christmas tree style" LEDs / lampholders. The painted glass part slides over the small LED and is held in place by a rubber collar. No spare glass is included, so you may want to order an extra set for when you break one of the shrouds. The LED itself can be removed from the lampholder and replaced with a 3V, 0.06W LED.
Initially, these are beautiful lights. They have the glass covers with the ceramic colors on them that make them look just like the lights that were on my childhood home. That's the look I was going for, so Viola!
I already knew to expect the dim output because I know that's what LED lights do. To me, that was an acceptable loss in exchange for the difference in electrical usage (I wasn't too concerned about electrical usage as a child).
I had a real hard time keeping these lights lit during the season. Blustery winds banged the lights against the trim hard enough to break some of the VERY FRAGILE light covers and the bulbs were burning out at a rate of at least two a day (Across all 10 sets).
Replacement LED bulbs are expensive! I ran out of the included spares about a week after installation.
Replacement light covers are not available (Except now, I'm selling mine on a major auction site).
It was easy to demonstrate the fragility of the light covers during removal of the lights. You CANNOT drop these onto your lawn nor can you drag them across your roof. In two instances, I broke a cover just trying to put the hanger clip on the light.
So, My spare LED bulbs came in before the lights came down. I replaced the bad bulbs, plugged the lights in. They all worked. I put them away (I won't put them away unless they work 100%).
This year...yesterday to be exact, I got the lights out, getting ready to go through my Christmas decorations and I plugged them in. Only two sets work at all!
I started trying to find a loose bulb and I took a bulb out of the socket and one of its leads (cathode, anode...blah, blah, blah) were rusted apart! So I replace the bulb and the lights still didn't come on, so I went to the next one. SAME AS THE FIRST!
I am not going to buy more bulbs, I am not going to spend another dime or another minute trying to restore a warm fuzzy feeling from my childhood, so I took the light covers off and I'm selling them.
That's $150 bucks and a LOT OF TIME...WASTED!
What's more? When I bought these lights, I threw out all my minis. Now I have to buy new lights AGAIN!
I highly recommend that you purchase another style of light set unless you'd like to put dielectric grease in every single socket, which is, perhaps, how they should be sold!
However after plugging them in, the similarities ended quickly. These are about half as bright as the old version, and when turned on in daylight it is difficult to tell if they are even on. There is a mild flicker that is only noticeable up close.
I love the idea of using less electricity, and these certainly accomplish that. I just wish they would have doubled the intake/output. I have not seen a better set of LEDs, and really the only way they could be better is to be brighter. So until they come along, I am happy with these.
PS... I recommend buying an extra set for spare bulbs. The glass "covers" are fragile and I could not find replacements at the local stores or online. The easiest answer is to buy an extra set and use it for parts.
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Good brightness, I'm glad they're made
of plastic, less likely to brake