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Nice and New: LED Forever Lights


These Forever Lights ($18.95) do just that. Using LEDs, these holiday light strings have no filament to burn out and will last for about 200,000 hours. Even better, they use almost 80 percent less electricity than incandescent lights. If one bulb goes out (after about 20 years!), the rest stay lit. The Forever Lights can be hung both indoors and outdoors and are virtually unbreakable.

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JuniperLea JuniperLea 8 years
These lights are great! They come in large (outdoor) and small (indoor) sizes. I'm thinking of getting a supply of the small size in white (after the holidays) to incorporate in the "New York Cafe" theme balcony I'm creating. I have two large potted ficus, plus the railing that will look great decked out in these little lights year-round! I've wanted to do this for some time, but felt badly about using so much electricity. This will be "green" and "glam"!
BuffBabe6108 BuffBabe6108 8 years
I LOVE these lights! They are so bright and twinkly. I found some similar ones for MUCH cheaper then the link Casa posted. If you guys are interested, check out these ones:http://www.drillspot.com/search?q=led/energy+saving
BuffBabe6108 BuffBabe6108 8 years
I LOVE these lights! They are so bright and twinkly. I found some similar ones for MUCH cheaper then the link Casa posted. If you guys are interested, check out these ones: http://www.drillspot.com/search?q=led/energy+saving
flipflop2 flipflop2 8 years
Where can you get these lights they look great! My Fiancé and I recently changed all our bulbs in our house to more energy efficient bulbs and our electric bill was so cheap this month due to the bulbs so they really do work good! :)
sscindc sscindc 8 years
This will seem like a silly comment to most but if you anticipate a white Christmas this year these lights, unlike the traditional twinklers, will not emit enough heat to melt the snow that lands on or around them. This isn't to say that I am against these low-watt (but still bright) beauties. I'd just hate to see them filling Montana, Wyoming and other snow-belt state landfills before the holidays are over.
Catipa Catipa 8 years
These look neat and what a great idea.
kiwishe kiwishe 8 years
I LOVE these LED lights. They sparkle a magnificent bright white/blue-ish hue. I just got the snowflake LED lights from Home Depot. They're so lovely.
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 8 years
I remember as a kid we had those old school lights that when one went off they all did.... it was a hassle to try and find the weak link... but that's what Xmas is all about... the Hassle!
Rachel419 Rachel419 8 years
These are amazing!
Rachel419 Rachel419 8 years
These are amazing!
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 8 years
Thanks! I've been looking for some plain-yet-pretty lights to string around my atrium!
emalove emalove 8 years
I wouldn't hang these indoors, I don't like bulbs that large. I like the tiny ones better. I'd definitely hang them outdoors though.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
I absolutely could not afford to spend that much money on Christmas lights but they are amazing. They look really durable too and I love saving money on my electric bill and saving the enviroment at the same time.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Bummer they're out of soft white :(
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Oh wow this is great!!! Saving electricity is key!
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
I am SO buying those for decorations this week :D :WOOHOO:
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
I am SO buying those for decorations this week :D :WOOHOO:
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