- Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 8.9 x 5.1 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 159 g
- Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
- Item Model Number: TS12
- ASIN: B01M19H8K2
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 21 May 2018
- Customer Reviews: 2,894 customer ratings
GDEALER 2 Pack 20 Feet 60 Led Fairy Lights Battery Operated with Remote Control Timer Waterproof Copper Wire Twinkle String Lights for Bedroom Indoor
+ $8.50 Delivery
- Waterproof & Portable: With the small IP67 waterproof battery box(2*2. 7inches), you can easily carry and place the led moon lights(NON PLUG-IN) anywhere you like(batteries not included)
- Timing function: to avoid forgetting to turn off the lights, you can set timer, The fire lights will be 6 hours on and 18 hours off per day. This function help you do a control
- Easy operation: with 13 keys remote control and 1 button on the battery box, you can adjust the brightness or switch to in Wave/sequential/slot glow/ flash/slow fade/ twinkle/steady
- Wide application for indoor/outdoor: these fairy lights are waterproof and perfect for spicing-up your decor or setting the mood for Christmas, Thanks Giving day, Halloween parties. Great for use in a restaurant or Small business
- with CE certification: If you are not satisfied with the product, please don't hesitate to contact us in any time, we'll try our best to solve your issue
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UPDATE: I reached out to the company and they were very responsive in sending out a replacement set of lights. It took a couple weeks to receive, but I'm grateful that their internal policy is a 1-year warranty. Thanks
We have been shopping for string lights for our cabana for over a year. Shopping in stores became frustrating. All of the lights were either WAY too expensive for poor quality, weren't waterproof and were too bright.
I came across these lights on amazon one day and decided to purchase them because I was so sick of shopping for them. I am SOOOOO happy with this purchase! The quality is fantastic, the lighting is a soft warm glow, the measurements fit our cabana perfectly, they're waterproof AND come with a remote control. Plus, the price was fantastic. The dealer contacted me as soon as the lights were delivered to make sure I was satisfied with my purchase, which was a first for me.
I HIGHLY reccomend these lights to anyone! I will definitely be purchasing from this dealer again.
I am arthritic and cannot climb to hang outdoor lights anymore, but that doesn't mean I don't want them out there. I definitely do. I decided to decorate my trellises because I can (barely) reach the tops of them from the nice flat ground. I went outside with a roll of Christmas gift-wrapping ribbon to secure the lights to the trellis. I was delighted to discover how flexible copper wiring is. I have never had reason to work with it before and discovered I don't need a single other thing...except, of course, the 3 batteries for each string, which I had already installed. I shoved my ribbon and scissors back into my pocket.
The plastic battery box, once it is loaded with 3 AA batteries, is too heavy to simply hang loose off the lights the way an electrical plug-in would do, but by pure excellent luck there was a lateral fencepost by my trellises that created a natural shelf, so I just stacked them on it and left them there. In the late afternoons as dusk starts to descend, I get my little remotes (stored indoors) out and turn on the lights. At bedtime, I turn them off the same way.
As advertised there are several different settings. I chose the one that blinks very slowly and gives off a softer, more yellow light. Once they are set, the lights will automatically go to the setting you last chose when you turn them back on. I used two lights and used the same setting for both, which is good because the same remote will turn both of them on and off. I mention this in case you have it in mind to do something fancy and large scale that involves consecutive waves of lights cascading on and off. I am not certain you can do that with these, but my needs are simple and they work fine for me.
Here are the drawbacks: first, those batteries. I ran my lights 12-14 hours nightly for a week, and then the batteries were shot. Had to go out and replace them. That basically means that in two weeks, I went through 12 batteries for two strings. Ouch! If you are planning a more extensive light display, you will need to buy even more batteries, and there's no way to connect the strings, which means every strand's batteries must be replaced weekly or thereabouts. Also, consider the elements with regard to the battery boxes. We had a couple of pretty windy days here in Seattle. The battery boxes were exposed to rain, snow, and at one point I knocked a thin layer of ice off the battery box that was on top. So they will put up with a fair amount of weather. However, my fence is only about 15 feet from my front window; it's an urban location, and so the batteries are fairly sheltered there, between the house and the fence. If yours will be in a more open location and subject to extreme weather, I have no idea what will happen. Maybe they'll snap off the wire; maybe they'll be fine; maybe some third thing I haven't thought of will happen. But for me, this worked out okay.
Now once again consider the remote control and its role here. I was lucky; although I was not able to turn on my lights from the covered protection of my porch, which is about 20 feet away from the battery boxes and also at an angle, I discovered that I can hold the remote right up to the window glass, since the lights are exactly opposite my front window, and work them from inside the house. For me that's pretty cool, but for you, if your lights won't be within a direct line of 15 feet or less from an inside window or covered location, you may get tired of stomping out into the damn rain or snow twice a day to turn these things off and on. You can just leave them on of course, but then you may have to change the batteries even oftener.
As the season draws toward its close, I am divided as to whether I will use these lights next year. I have a lot of perfectly good electric lights in my garage, but then we have electrical cords, and we have high electric bills. And those lights are far from foolproof themselves, as most of us already know.
When push comes to shove, money will decide this thing for me. I want to compare my December electric bills from this year and last year, which I cannot do until my bill arrives (which will be too soon in any case). I figure my two weeks of copper light strands cost me 12 batteries, and my box of 20 Amazon batteries cost $8.99. I suspect my electric bill will show a difference of more than $10 saved this way, so even if I'd used up that whole box, it would be cheaper than electric lights. But then again, I may find I am mistaken. But if indeed these lights have saved me money--or if they have broken even with what I spent to run my lights last year--I will stock up on batteries and use them again.
Cons: these things have a mind of their own! They turn on by themselves all the time. They also change modes as they see fit as well. One minute they’re off, the next, I have a rave scene fit to induce a seizure. Seriously, I cannot figure it out. I use the remote to put it back on the steady light mode, and a little while later, it changes back to flashing, chasing, dimming, whatever whim has taken over. Also, sometimes one remote will control both at once, and other times it won’t. Placement of the battery box also seems to be key to quick response with the remote.
All in all, I do like them. The fact that they turn themselves on is, for now, amusing. We’re chalking it up to ghosts! It’s easily remedied and if our ghosts are partial to decorative lighting, it could definitely be worse.
UPDATE: any and all remotes, and I mean those intended for the tv, will control these lights. We are constantly turning the lights on, off, changing made any time we turn on the tv or change the volume on the tv. It’s a pain in the behind to be honest.
I have them on the dimmest setting and they are still bright enough from the street about 25 yards away.
I can’t vouch for durability or battery life, I have only had them outside about a week and it has only rained, no snow or ice yet.
The color is a warm white, as in barely just a hint of yellow. It’s not super warm colored, but definitely NOT that cold blue white that led or fluorescent lights can be.
My window boxes are about 30” across and one strand per container is just right.
Although, trying to untangle these fairy lights were a little bit of a hassle but the result is great. So, I don't mind it taking a little bit of some time to untangle the fairy lights.
They run off of three double a batteries. I just received this package so I couldn't tell you how long those three batteries will last but at least my light bill is staying down.
I haven't tried them out yet, so I've given them an "average" review--neither bad nor good--but I thought the discrepancy between the appearance in the picture and the "actual size" was important enough to note. Once I try them out (I use fairy lights in my home during power outages to lead the way to the bathroom and kitchen--why spend a fortune lighting up rooms unnecessarily?) I'll come back and edit--will have to wait for the next power outage, but they're more frequent in this day and age!