Create holiday magic with the GE String-A-Long 300-Light Clear Icicle Light Set. Imagine the brilliant white light of 54 individual icicle strands draped from eaves, rooflines, decks, fences, and more. String up to 3 sets end to end for a larger, bolder display on one outlet.
- 1 string of 300 clear icicle lights
- 13.75 ft. string with 13.25 ft. lighted length
- Connect up to 3 sets end to end
- Long-life bulbs
- Fused plug for safety
- Indoor or outdoor use
- Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor,Outdoor
- Commercial/Residential: Residential
- Holiday Decor Product Type: Icicle Lights
- Bulb Shape: Mini
- Power Type: Plug-in
- Wattage (watts): 0.25 W
- Light count: 300
- Light Bulb Color: Clear Lights
- Maximum number of sets connected: 3
- Light Type: Incandescent
- Included Items: Extra Bulbs
- Number of Batteries Required: 0
- Light Functions: Constant,Constant
- Wire color: White
- Wire Gauge: 22
- Lighted length (ft.): 13.25
installed them yesterday and rhey work fine
As advertised, a little pricey
I love the colors of these lights. I would definitely order them again..
Bought 6 boxes. Only needed 5. Luckily I bought the extra because about 1 foot of the strings just stopped working after they were hung for 2 days.
Liked the length for the price but I have only had them for a few days and my 5 year old pointed out that there was a bulb out. Really? Already? I wonder what the life span of these lights are going to be.
Had the lights up for a week now, they look nice. Warm white light. If you can, open the box and stretch the lights out inside where it is warm. The icicles need to be coaxed into hanging down.
I waited to long to pick them up in the store so I was able to get online for the same price.
Great buy will double up on my next purchase In the future.
The light strings are packed with bulbs which is nice, the wiring is of high quality, and all of the bulbs worked properly out of the box. However, at about 11′ long overall when mounted, I wish they were longer. Also, the strings are so tightly wound that they do not seem to hang straight down when mounted and remain sort of curled up. I tried to straighten the strings by bending them in the opposite direction, but they curled back up. I just hope that by the spring, after they have hung down all winter, that they might relax and straighten a bit. So far, they look very short.