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Dyno Seasonal Solutions St. Nick's Choice 25 Count Gutter/Shingle Hook Clips
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- No Ladder Gutter/Shingle Clips, 25 count box
- Used with No Ladder poles to safely hang lights holiday from the ground without a ladder
- Makes decorating easier
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The clips do hold quite securely if you get them clipped on correctly. It helped me to clip on a couple of them by hand, without using a pole, in order to understand how they're supposed to fit. After that, I hung the rest with a threaded extension-pole, and didn't have any trouble with them coming loose. They've been up for over a week now, including a pretty serious thunderstorm, and nothing has come loose.
Using these is SO MUCH SAFER than going up and down a ladder and hanging from the eaves. I can't imagine using anything else now.
I definitely, wholeheartedly recommend this product.
Note that I hung all of them on the outer edge of my raingutter. I have not tried using them on shingles, but they are supposed to work that way also.
- Easy to use (although a little practice is necessary at first)
- Time saver
- No need for ladders
- Holds lights firmly in place
- As these are plastic, after a few years, they may become brittle and break
I suspect many of the reviewers who have reported problems have hooked the wires onto the wrong part of the clip. I've accidentally done this myself a couple of times. When this happens, the clip can't fully engage with a shingle because the wire is in the way. The clip won't snap into place then, although part of it will slide under the shingle, giving the false impression that it is properly in place. It's also important when sliding the clip under a shingle that it slide under only one shingle and not where two shingles overlap. Two shingles are too thick.
I have never used the clips on my gutter except just to see how it was done when I first bought them, and they appeared to snap into place just fine when I did.
The only drawback is that they don't clip on securely enough to resist much lateral pressure. What this from a practical standpoint is that you can't string the lights as tautly so you either have droops or you use more clips. Since these are so easy to put up, I just used more clips.
You also need to ensure that the pole you have is long enough. I found that I needed to achieve about a 45 degree angle on the pole to get the clips to engage correctly, Depending on how high your gutters are from where you are standing, this can mean a VERY long pole.
With these clips I can string 150' of lights in 20-30 minutes all from the ground. They work great if you know the trick!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This system works great for putting up Christmas lights. I needed extra hangers to go all around the house. No need for a ladder for this 72 year old man any more.Published 2 months ago by Dean A. Hill Jr.
Some break easily and a takes a little bit of a learning curve to attach to the gutters but goes much quicker and safer once you get it down. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matthew Pomante
If you are hanging icicle lights I don't recommend these. These are also out of date with the newer hooks and pole by the same company. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jared
Works as described. Only took me a few minutes to take down my lights. Didn't need my ladder. Awesome!Published 6 months ago by Bogeyman
I've used these for years and love them! Makes putting up and taking down the holiday lights a breeze. Read morePublished 6 months ago by flanderswvu