Oak Leaf Fairy LED Raindrop String Lights Review

Christmas may be over but these LED fairy raindrop string lights can be used any time of the year. Use them to decorate for the holidays, a party, or into your home decor .

Oak Leaf fairy lights

About

  • Uses 3 AA batteries
  • 9.8 feet long
  • Made from 60s of individual LEDs, Rope lights have over 25 Years of Life Span
  • Cool to touch – low power & heat insulated silver wire make it not overheat after usage
  • Easy to Shape – Flexible Silver wiring can easily design many shape; wrap around tree trunks or gaze
  • Perfect for spice up your decoration and add welcome feelings to your party, restaurant and shops
  • Guaranteed with CE and RoHS certification. 90 days money back or lifetime replacement warranty.

 

Lights

 

How to use

  • 1st press, the lights turn on regularly (6 hours on, 18 hours off, cycle daily)
  • 2nd press, make the lights keep on
  • 3rd press, turn off the lights

 

I was surprised how bright these lights are. I love the warm glow they give off.  These are perfect for parties, holidays, romantic evening, a night light, or into your regular decor.  Wrap it around your staircase rail, put it in a  glass bowl/vase, around your mantel, plants. These string lights are easy to mold and wrap around items. As you see I wrapped it around a piece of wall art and just slipped the battery pack behind it. The lights are also perfect for if the power ever goes out.

 

Where to buy

Head over to Amazon they are $7.69

…because you are awesome, enjoy 30% off these light using code : AGEGJJ3J at check out.

 

I received this product complimentary for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

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