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【OOS】$10 LITOM 200 LED Fairy Lights 8 Modes Solar Powered String Lights FOR CHRISTMAS, 72ft

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[Amazon.ca] 【OOS】$10 LITOM 200 LED Fairy Lights 8 Modes Solar Powered String Lights FOR CHRISTMAS, 72ft

Guys
I don't know how is the quality or brightness or reliability on this light
It may be dim
It may not last long
It may not be the color you like
But for 10 dollar, no wiring needed, 72 ft long, I will give it a try

About this item
Father Christmas【IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS】 200 Warm white LED String Lights on 72.18ft Long Copper Wire with 8 working modes, Ideal for decorating your garden, patio, lawn, porch, Christmas party,Xmas tree and wedding, help you create a cheerful atmosphere
Father Christmas2 Switches & 8 Different Modes: Combination, Waves, Sequential, Slo-Glo, Chasing/Flash, Slow fade, Twinkle/Flash, Steady on modes
Father ChristmasEasy to Install & Operate: Litom solar string lights illuminates during night, much easier to install and operate, ideal for decorating your gardens, patio, lawn, porch, gate, yard, etc.
Father ChristmasEnergy-saving & Ultra Eco-friendly: Built-in rechargeable 1.2V 1200mAh NI-MH battery is powered by solar energy, no pollution to environment. No wiring, No operating costs.
Father ChristmasWaterproof: Suitable for most kinds of weathers, so you don't need to worried about rainy day or any bad weather.
Last edited by Tarabapekid on Nov 30th, 2020 8:46 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Dec 20, 2012
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Surrey
I bought a multi coloured version of lights like these last year. You’re better off spending some money getting lights that’ll actually last. These are trash.
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Dec 19, 2007
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Ontario
Outside the string will break and have issues. The Solar Panels are a joke in Canadian Winters... Maybe Toronto downtown LOL. But the thing is the Batteries don't work well in the Winters right away. So you be better off getting ones that plug in. But even that these will fall part way too fast to be worth their value compared to buying something more sturdy.
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[OP]
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Sep 26, 2018
155 posts
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Guys
I have been searching for decent Christmas light deals for some time, from last year after Christmas clearance $2 a box to now most place regular price $38 a box, there are people saying those light only last for 10 days, only last for 1 winter, or work pretty good
Personally, I will not spend too much on these outdoor light, not using Philips hue, and can't justify $100 light will guarantee to last 10 years. I will buy 20 boxes at $2 price point and don't care how long they last
It's still before Christmas so not the best timing for lovely clearance price yet, it save me time not to worry about wiring, it's 72ft long, I see some good reviews from other Canadians like this light and say it works fine in cold
It's a good deal
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Can't go wrong for $10. if it's shite, UPS will come pick it up for Feb 1st return .
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Guys, don't waste your money or kill the environment for this. Even if it's $10.

I paid reg price for this one. Installed it January 2020 and it officially stopped working in October.

It is garbage
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Sep 26, 2018
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Leverage wrote: This is what's wrong with our thinking on disposable mass-produced crap - that statement scares me for our children's generation.

I’m sure you never buy bottle water, always carry mug finding tap water or Tim Hortons :)

I’m not sure how to correct my statement, I shouldn’t buy them at $2, I should buy them at full price. I should find something that never break, if it breaks I shouldn’t dispose

Ok Guys

It’s sold out I’m moving it to expired
Let’s give our lives a break
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Nov 18, 2017
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bizzyseller wrote: Guys, don't waste your money or kill the environment for this. Even if it's $10.

I paid reg price for this one. Installed it January 2020 and it officially stopped working in October.

It is garbage
Did you try replacing the batteries?

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