BLOWOUT 25 Socket Suspended Outdoor Commercial String Light Set, Globe Bulbs, 29 FT White Cord w/ E12 C7 Base, Weatherproof
$59.25 USD - $61.75 USD$82.95 USD - $86.45 USD
Suitable for outdoor or indoor use in your home or business, the 25-Socket Outdoor Commercial Light Set with Globe Bulbs and 29' White Cord from the PaperLanternStore is a string light kit for all seasons. This expandable light string is perfect for wedding receptions, building and landscaping outlines, back yards and patios or anywhere else you want permanent, dependable lighting that looks great.
Designed for the PaperLanternStore, these light strings have been designed with extra space between the sockets and are suitable for any of our paper lanterns up to 10 inches. You can connect up to 4 string lights using 5-watt bulbs end to end, letting you light up all but the biggest spaces with crowd-pleasing illumination for a wonderful evening that will be remembered by all.
Product Specifications: # of Sockets: 25 Socket Type/Size: C7 Candelabra Base Cord Length: 29FT Spacing Between Sockets: 12" On/Off Switch?: No Drop Distance: 3-inch Cord Color: White Suitable Environment: Indoor / Outdoor (Commercial Quality - Great For Permanent Installation) Included Bulbs: G40 or G50 Globe Clear Bulbs Bulb Wattage:Available in 5-Watt or 7-Watt (Can support up to 500W MAX TOTAL) BulbBrightness:28 Lumens with 7-Watt bulb. 16 Lumens with 5-Watt bulb. BulbColor Temp:Warm White 2700K Supported Bulb Types: LED or Incandescent Power Connection: Plug-In Expandable End-To-End?: Yes End-To-End Connection Limit:Up to 4 Cords Total when used with 5-watt bulbs. NOT expandable when used with 7-watt bulbs. Wiring Type: Parallel - Other bulbs stay lit if one goes out Wire Gauge: 16 Gauge WeatherProof?: Yes, Rain Resistant. PVC socket forms a tight weatherproof seal around the bulb. Voltage: 120V AMP: Please note these cords can be plugged end to end, but please do not exceed the recommend Amperage of the cord. To calculate amperage of the cord, please use the following formula: Total Number of Bulbs x Bulb Wattage x 1.05 / 120 = Total AMPS