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Super

AdvantagesCheap, bright, colourful, batteries last well

DisadvantagesVarying quality, short length, battery box relatively bulky.

...red LED's, christmas tree is green, snowflakes blue. Appearance wise, these don't look any worse quality than the battery lights I have bought from B&Q. The LED's are encased in clear plastic shapes resembling either stockings, Christmas tree's or snowflakes. I have at least one set of all - if there are other designs I haven't seen them. You can very clearly see what the shapes are supposed to be...

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Satisfactory

AdvantagesCheap for 25 days of the year.

DisadvantagesLights are barely visible, Lasted only 25 days, packaging is shocking, transformer too big

...I have never been a fan of Christmas lights. I don't know why. I just don't find them interesting or 'fun' or functional or exciting. Yes, yes I know you are all thinking of scrooge/humbug etc, but what can you do. I just feel it is like trying to compensate for the lack of any daylight or sun or warmth and they are a distraction from the misery of winter. However, I have two young children...

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Super

AdvantagesMulti-colour, very bright, weather-proof, low power consumption

Disadvantageshigh initial cost

...conomical sense to switch to LED lights which offer better energy efficiency, much longer bulb life and generate no waste heat [safe to touch by children]. Got it from Amazon at £17.99 months ago after Christmas. Now you can still get it around £18 - 19.What is in the box?A bunch of multi-colour LED light bulbs with a see-through cable, a controller and a plug for the...

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