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Orange LED Net Lights

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Original price $21.59
Original price $21.59 - Original price $21.59
Original price $21.59
Current price $17.99
$17.99 - $17.99
Current price $17.99

If you are tired of poor quality net lights, then look not further! We build some of the best LED net lights on the market. Our lights have a unique socket that reduces tangles and prevents wires from getting pulled out. These are full wave rectified for flicker free operation and extra bright output.

- Net lights are 4 foot by 4 foot

- Contains 70 lights per net

- Standard U.S. 110v plug

- Hook up to 42 sets end to end

Shipping Information

Typically orders placed by 2pm EST are shipped the same day. Orders over $129 will ship for free, all others will ship for a flat rate of $5.99-9.99 depending on the shipping destination.

We ship all orders from our Michigan warehouse either USPS or UPS. More details, including a map that show estimated ship times can be viewed here.

Warranty Information

All holiday lights have a three year limited warranty. Lights are covered at 100% of replacement cost for the first year, 50% of replacement cost for year two and 33% replacement cost for year three. A year is defined as one 90 day lighting season. Lights installed longer than 90 days are void of warranty.

RGB Lighting: All RGB lighting comes with a one year warranty. If you have altered the product in any way, this does void the warranty.

Customer Reviews

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Randy Krotowski
Not good if you're planning to use these in freezing weather

I've found that there are two types of net lights. Good ones where the netting is strongly connected and cheaper ones where the mesh is connected by tiny clips on the light sockets. The lights work fine but if you try to pull them off a bush after snow or freezing weather the mesh slips out of the clips and comes apart.