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Argos Home Set of 4 Christmas Tree Path Finder Lights–White (more in OP up to 25% off on Decorations) - £5.25 + Free Click & Collect@ Argos
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Argos Home Set of 4 Christmas Tree Path Finder Lights–White (more in OP up to 25% off on Decorations) - £5.25 + Free Click & Collect@ Argos

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Bring both style and fun to your garden this Christmas with these outdoor path finder Christmas lights. Perfect for sprinkling a little extra Christmas magic, they'll turn your garden (or wherever you put them) into a mini winter wonderland. Spiral shaped and finished with a star on top, they emit a bright white light. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, they're powered by the mains with 5m between the plug and first tree. Made from plastic, PVC, metal wire.
  • Size H47.5, .
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
  • Requires 40xLED bulbs (included).
  • Mains powered.
  • 5m lead length between plug and decoration.
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Thanks! Was going to buy the candy canes today but decided on the Christmas tree ones. Saved me a few quid.

Cheers
Need 2 sets so 1 set each side of the path cheers OP heat added
Will order the stars too for around the arch
Ah, might give these a try. Thanks OP
Heat added op, bought the Christmas Tree Path Finder Lights 2 years ago, and look really nice along the footpath , worth the money
Ordered with the outside weatherproof box so I can hook up my projector too. Heat added
I have always put up icicle lights and I feed the wire with the plug on it through a small UPVC window (the lead is thin enough for the window to shut alright). Does anybody know if these Christmas/pathfinder lights have quite a thin lead - just wondering if the lead could go through the window like the icicle light lead (and still be able to shut the window)? Some people have mentioned an outside weatherproof box, but wouldn't that have to be wired in correctly to an outside wall? Just wondering how other people manage with these lights if they don't have an outside weatherproof box? I do manage to place a large lit up snow man on the slanted roof (base sits in the gutter), but to do that I have to feed the cable (which is quite wide) through a top bedroom window but then I have to have the window open all the time over the Christmas period, which can get quite cold. Any suggestions welcome. Thank you.
Sophiasky20/11/2019 14:46

I have always put up icicle lights and I feed the wire with the plug on it …I have always put up icicle lights and I feed the wire with the plug on it through a small UPVC window (the lead is thin enough for the window to shut alright). Does anybody know if these Christmas/pathfinder lights have quite a thin lead - just wondering if the lead could go through the window like the icicle light lead (and still be able to shut the window)? Some people have mentioned an outside weatherproof box, but wouldn't that have to be wired in correctly to an outside wall? Just wondering how other people manage with these lights if they don't have an outside weatherproof box? I do manage to place a large lit up snow man on the slanted roof (base sits in the gutter), but to do that I have to feed the cable (which is quite wide) through a top bedroom window but then I have to have the window open all the time over the Christmas period, which can get quite cold. Any suggestions welcome. Thank you.


You could drill a hole through the plastic frame, small enough for just the cable. The cable on the path finders is tiny.
Sophiasky20/11/2019 14:46

I have always put up icicle lights and I feed the wire with the plug on it …I have always put up icicle lights and I feed the wire with the plug on it through a small UPVC window (the lead is thin enough for the window to shut alright). Does anybody know if these Christmas/pathfinder lights have quite a thin lead - just wondering if the lead could go through the window like the icicle light lead (and still be able to shut the window)? Some people have mentioned an outside weatherproof box, but wouldn't that have to be wired in correctly to an outside wall? Just wondering how other people manage with these lights if they don't have an outside weatherproof box? I do manage to place a large lit up snow man on the slanted roof (base sits in the gutter), but to do that I have to feed the cable (which is quite wide) through a top bedroom window but then I have to have the window open all the time over the Christmas period, which can get quite cold. Any suggestions welcome. Thank you.


Any chance of connecting to the garage ?
Sophiasky20/11/2019 14:46

I have always put up icicle lights and I feed the wire with the plug on it …I have always put up icicle lights and I feed the wire with the plug on it through a small UPVC window (the lead is thin enough for the window to shut alright). Does anybody know if these Christmas/pathfinder lights have quite a thin lead - just wondering if the lead could go through the window like the icicle light lead (and still be able to shut the window)? Some people have mentioned an outside weatherproof box, but wouldn't that have to be wired in correctly to an outside wall? Just wondering how other people manage with these lights if they don't have an outside weatherproof box? I do manage to place a large lit up snow man on the slanted roof (base sits in the gutter), but to do that I have to feed the cable (which is quite wide) through a top bedroom window but then I have to have the window open all the time over the Christmas period, which can get quite cold. Any suggestions welcome. Thank you.


You could buy an IP Rated extension like this one:

homebase.co.uk/heavy-duty-10a-extension-lead-ip-rated-socket-cable-tidy-15m_p819356

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They're not cheap but they are safe. Try the lead through the letterbox.
Edited by: "AllOK" 20th Nov 2019
Where I'm going to put this man? She will kill me...ordered! Cheers @apur32
danflorin320/11/2019 19:18

Where I'm going to put this man? She will kill me...ordered! Cheers @apur32


Good Luck
Thank you all for your advice.
Sophiasky20/11/2019 14:46

I have always put up icicle lights and I feed the wire with the plug on it …I have always put up icicle lights and I feed the wire with the plug on it through a small UPVC window (the lead is thin enough for the window to shut alright). Does anybody know if these Christmas/pathfinder lights have quite a thin lead - just wondering if the lead could go through the window like the icicle light lead (and still be able to shut the window)? Some people have mentioned an outside weatherproof box, but wouldn't that have to be wired in correctly to an outside wall? Just wondering how other people manage with these lights if they don't have an outside weatherproof box? I do manage to place a large lit up snow man on the slanted roof (base sits in the gutter), but to do that I have to feed the cable (which is quite wide) through a top bedroom window but then I have to have the window open all the time over the Christmas period, which can get quite cold. Any suggestions welcome. Thank you.


I've got a small half hole drilled through my window frame edge for a bigger cable to push it in, not threaded through.
These are cute
Love these, thank you. 🔥🎅
AllOK20/11/2019 18:56

You could buy an IP Rated extension like this …You could buy an IP Rated extension like this one:homebase.co.uk/heavy-duty-10a-extension-lead-ip-rated-socket-cable-tidy-15m_p819356[Image] They're not cheap but they are safe. Try the lead through the letterbox.


These are two for £10 on amazon ordered this morn 👌
Disappointed can't get a hold of the Cmas trees in my area. 🔥🎅
These are so nice at night,we have the lead coming through the window and it's fine.
drtongue20/11/2019 16:32

You could drill a hole through the plastic frame, small enough for just …You could drill a hole through the plastic frame, small enough for just the cable. The cable on the path finders is tiny.


Nooo not one of these again... I hate the previous house owners for doing this they mess up the window.. real council house style that is.. 😁
Not many in stock now and non near me but it led me to buy something else instead from the Christmas lights section so thanks regardless!
Pisnahuj14/12/2019 04:47

Nooo not one of these again... I hate the previous house owners for doing …Nooo not one of these again... I hate the previous house owners for doing this they mess up the window.. real council house style that is.. 😁


Obviously not just council propertis. You can always buy new windows.
Cheaper again now £5.25 but like hens teeth too. Leads between trees are only 30cm so very small
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