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Impress Your Neighbors and Decorate with C9 Christmas lights!

Christmas is right around the corner.  Looking for C9 Christmas lights? Are you like Buddy (Danny DeVito) in the movie Deck the Halls and want to cover your whole house with enough Christmas lights that it can be seen from outer space?  By decorating with traditional C9 lights, strings, and bulbs you can!

The use of decorative, festive lights during the Christmas holiday season is a long standing tradition in many Christian societies.  C series bulbs were the very first electrical Christmas lights produced and remain unrivaled in how much light they output.  Their large size makes them bright and easily visible.  C9 lights are three inches long from the base to the tip of the bulb, making them larger than their C7 counterpart.  You may be asking what does the C stand for, well it is because they are “candle-shaped”.  A big advantage of using C9 lights at Christmas is that when a bulb goes out the string will always stay lit.

c9 transparent bulbsC9 lights have glass bulbs with filaments and are some of the brightest Christmas lights available.  Depending on your region of the country, C9 Christmas lights may frequently be used for decorating outside, making them a traditional favorite. Before purchasing C9 light sets always check to make sure they are UL listed.

There are many options available when decorating with the style of C9 Christmas lights. You will need to decide whether you want to purchase the bulbs and wire stringers separately so you can customize the color of the lights to your own preference or whether you want to purchase C9 premium light sets that are pre-lamped.  Some of the popular colors available are clear, white, red, green, blue, and of course multi-colored lights.  You can get C9 Christmas light strings in lengths of 25, 50, 100, and even up to 1000 feet to cover any sized area.

c9 multi-colored led lightsC9 LED Christmas lights have become increasingly popular in the last couple years and will undoubtedly become the lighting choice for the future.  Traditional incandescent C9 bulbs use 7 watts while C9 LED Christmas bulbs use as little as 2 watts.  These Christmas lights can truly save you money on your electric bill.  If you want to decorate a very large area with LED lights you may want to consider commercial C9 LED light sets. They allow you to connect multiple light sets together with a special plug adapter.

Replacement C9 light bulbs come in a wide variety of colors and can either be transparent, frosted (opaque), or twinkle style.  If you are concerned about saving energy, C9 LED replacement light bulbs fit standard C9 sockets and have a lifespan of over 50,000 hours, burning longer and cooler than standard bulbs.  You can also get LED lights to include twinkle LEDs and color changing bulbs.

C9 Christmas light sets can be utilized all year long for a variety of special occasions and parties simply by changing out the bulbs for another color.  Remember, you can customize your light sets yourself with the several different colors available.  C9 lights will help to give a unique look to your tree and home this Holiday season. Before purchasing C9 light sets always check to make sure they are UL listed.

Christmas Lighting Tips

Develop a plan so you can accurately determine how man sets of C9 Christmas lights you will need and what color.  Begin by carefully considering your home and landscaping.  Ask yourself:

  • Do you want to string Christmas lights from all the trees and shrubs?  If not, how many?
  • Where exactly do you plan to hang Christmas lights on your home?
  • Will you be adding any other outdoor Christmas decorations, such as a Santa display, reindeer display, or any inflatable Christmas decorations to your home or yard?
  • Are you going to be using LED lights that can last longer than regular incandescent lights, save energy, and money?

After you have answered the above questions you will have a pretty good idea of what your Christmas display will be like and you can determine if you need more Christmas lights or not.

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