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IF YOU STILL DON’T HAVE CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
I came across their website because I was searching everywhere for high-quality “full-wave rectified” LED Christmas lights. What the heck does that mean? Well, most LED Christmas lights are only “half wave rectified”, meaning the lights will turn on and off (perceived as a flicker) 60 times per second. This can bother your eyes, or even make you sick.
Christmas Designers offers a “Professional Grade” line of lights, including LEDs in a variety of color and bulb options, all of which are full wave rectified. Awesome. I was looking for pure white full wave rectified Christmas lights, a type that is surprisingly difficult to find, but Christmas Designers had me covered, so I bought from them.
Their Professional Grade LEDs can be strung together with a lot more strands than standard ones, and are rated for a lot more runtime hours, too, so they should last a long, long time.
These lights aren’t super cheap, but that’s because they’re not cheaply made. My thinking is: Get the right lights, and I may not need to worry about getting Christmas tree lights for another decade or so. Sounds good, right?
I’ll be posting a review once my lights arrive, and I have high expectations.