4M 96 LED Curtain Icicle String Lights (Indoor / Outdoor)  4 colours available - £3.94 delivered using code at BangGood
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4M 96 LED Curtain Icicle String Lights (Indoor / Outdoor) 4 colours available - £3.94 delivered using code at BangGood

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Found 14th Nov
Nice set of lights for only £3.94 delivered. To get this price use code: WF004

Choose from Multi- Coloured, White, Blue, Warm White.

Features :

  • Curtain lights can be great decoration for your home, patio, garden, etc
  • 8 different modes: Combination, Waves, Sequential, Slo-glo, Chasing/Flash, Slow Fade, Twinkle/Flash, Steady On.
  • You can use it anywhere you want in any mode.
  • Waterproof level: IP44, which allows you to use the lights both indoor and outdoor.(The plug is non-waterproof)


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Specification :

Material : PVC
LED Quantity : 96 pcs
String Length : 4M
Cable total Length : 4 M (included the plug cable)
LED Waterproof rate : IP44
Power : 6W
Color : Warm white, White, Multi-color ,Blue
Cable color : Transparent
Voltage : AC 110/220V
Plug : EU Plug / US Plug

Package Includes :

1 x 4M 96 LED String Lights

Top comments

I've worked in China for over a decade, importing electrical products and auditing factories on the mainland.

I wouldn't touch anything coming out of China with a mains plug without understanding the provenance or quality control processes involved (or the backing of a decent retailer/importer).

The corners that get cut in power supplies and plugs - no fuses, fake fuses, incorrect wiring, casing that comes apart in your hand etc. When you're dealing with mains voltage, it's all potentially dangerous.

100% guaranteed they don't meet the legal and safety requirements for retail in the UK.

Not a risk worthy of saving a few quid, IMHO

Very Cheap. Extemely hot, if they burn your house down
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Seems good, but put off by the number of power sockets that I would need.
Edited by: "Pure_Evil" 14th Nov

Bought 2 but had to go through the whole process for each one.

qwales39 m ago

Bought 2 but had to go through the whole process for each one.


Whole process?

Very Cheap. Extemely hot, if they burn your house down

I've worked in China for over a decade, importing electrical products and auditing factories on the mainland.

I wouldn't touch anything coming out of China with a mains plug without understanding the provenance or quality control processes involved (or the backing of a decent retailer/importer).

The corners that get cut in power supplies and plugs - no fuses, fake fuses, incorrect wiring, casing that comes apart in your hand etc. When you're dealing with mains voltage, it's all potentially dangerous.

100% guaranteed they don't meet the legal and safety requirements for retail in the UK.

Not a risk worthy of saving a few quid, IMHO

Might be here for February!

MRG8236 m ago

I've worked in China for over a decade, importing electrical products and …I've worked in China for over a decade, importing electrical products and auditing factories on the mainland. I wouldn't touch anything coming out of China with a mains plug without understanding the provenance or quality control processes involved (or the backing of a decent retailer/importer). The corners that get cut in power supplies and plugs - no fuses, fake fuses, incorrect wiring, casing that comes apart in your hand etc. When you're dealing with mains voltage, it's all potentially dangerous. 100% guaranteed they don't meet the legal and safety requirements for retail in the UK.Not a risk worthy of saving a few quid, IMHO



Whilst that sounds like good advice, what choices as consumers do we have in relation to this type of product? (apart from not buying this type of item at all). I don't think I've seen lights manufactured anywhere but China (or PRC as they sometime label products) for god knows how many years now.

I'm looking for some red ones like these - can anybody recommend where to get some from (not too expensive either)? Thank you.

v8griff2 h, 50 m ago

Whilst that sounds like good advice, what choices as consumers do we have …Whilst that sounds like good advice, what choices as consumers do we have in relation to this type of product? (apart from not buying this type of item at all). I don't think I've seen lights manufactured anywhere but China (or PRC as they sometime label products) for god knows how many years now.


Buy from a reputable retailer. Any established importer will have people and procedures in place to ensure things are checked and meet all the requirements needed for a safe, legal product.

Buying anything straight from a factory is going to leave you open to a total lack of quality control – in the UK we have an awful lot of rules in place to make sure these sort of products are safe but you’d be amazed how little many Chinese factories understand/care about UK legislation.

The factories that do understand the intricacies of our market are few and far between (in my experience) and are unlikely to be pedalling single units on Banggood.
Edited by: "MRG82" 14th Nov

DontRun1 h, 14 m ago

Very Cheap. Extemely hot, if they burn your house down


my thoughts exactly.

there's a youtube account with a guy who tests online purchased electronics: general death traps.

Worth noting not a UK plug.

Also worth noting that IP44 is a minimum standard for outdoor lights. Considering this, plus previous comments regarding quality control (even considering the cheap price) I'd spend a little extra and go elsewhere.

shalton20 h, 45 m ago

Whole process?



Purchase process, I couldn't buy them together and get the discount
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