Outdoor Christmas Bauble Tinsel LED Rope Light Silhouette £49.99 / £51.98 delivered @ Lights 4 fun
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Outdoor Christmas Bauble Tinsel LED Rope Light Silhouette £49.99 / £51.98 delivered @ Lights 4 fun

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Found 10th Dec 2016Made hot 14th Dec 2016
I was looking for a big eye catching decoration and found this on amazon , wasn't happy with their price of £64 so searched elsewhere.
Not the cheapest light at all, however could not find anything even little bit similar to that decoration for that price.

Below generic description

Static LEDs In Tinsel
Flashing Rope Light With Speed Controller
Speed Controller Memory Function
Dimensions: 82cm (H) x 68cm (W)
3 Metre Lead From Plug
Designed For Wall Mounting
Power Source: Mains 240v


A giant light-up bauble is the perfect ‘sign’ that Christmas is coming.
Made from the time-old pairing of tinsel and lights, this motif uses eco-friendly LEDs and weatherpoof tinsel to ensure longevity. With a flashing effect rope light it's an unmissable touch of festive fun for the front of your home.

Whilst this 82cm tall and 68cm wide bauble looks fabulous even before illuminated, the LEDs are brilliantly bright to evoke the feel of Christmas magic. Adding to the excitement, the outlining flashing rope light has a speed controller allowing you to change from static, to quick flash and everything inbetween.
This clever bauble remembers your favourite setting, ensuring it automatically comes on each time.
This bauble silhouette has a white metal frame with a hanging loop at the top for easy displaying this season.
Supplied with 3 metres of black rubber cable from the plug there's plenty of length from socket to silhouette. Brimming with nostalgia, this silhouette is made from eco-friendly LEDs that won’t send your energy bills soaring - it’s a real Christmas cracker.

7 Comments

That is a great decoration

A serious request for anyone installing flashing lights at Christmas - please respect any neighbours who may suffer from photosensitive epilepsy.

theguardian.com/soc…ger

LesD

A serious request for anyone installing flashing lights at Christmas - … A serious request for anyone installing flashing lights at Christmas - please respect any neighbours who may suffer from photosensitive epilepsy.https://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/sep/28/flashing-christmas-lights-are-a-danger



You can't really miss lights at Christmas. I would think people who do have a problem will be on their guard, wouldn't they?

It's ok being on your guard - but you can still get caught out (especially if you're not one for getting a warning!).

Usually they strobe at a rate that's handlable (but if you are minded to share the goodwill of the season, then a slow fade up and down is easier to cope with than loads of flashing!!). I got caught out rather spectacularly in a public place however when sitting with a mirror to my right and lights to my left a couple of Christmases ago so ended up seeing each flash very slightly un-synchronised. It was enough to make a rather unsavoury end to my day (and my trousers, make up etc) and with a huge bump on the back of my head that lasted til 27th!!!

I have been known to ask bars etc if they could change their lighting set up a bit (my local club are kind enough to have them all set to static now) but it's a hard thing to have to do and I'm aware I may be spoiling things a bit for the many in doing so (bah humbug). Either that or turn into a recluse from the week before Diwali til 7th Jan !!!

LesD

A serious request for anyone installing flashing lights at Christmas - … A serious request for anyone installing flashing lights at Christmas - please respect any neighbours who may suffer from photosensitive epilepsy.https://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/sep/28/flashing-christmas-lights-are-a-danger



My little one has epilepsy but thankfully not photosensitive - on top of everything else that would be very difficult to manage!

I had no idea it was 3 in every 100 now have it!

Its a really serious condition that doesn't get the coverage/support it should in all honesty.

Edited by: "joanddan7" 14th Dec 2016

Fifty quid for a light up bauble. No thanks

hmm it looks 2d i.e. flat - would be worth £50 if it were a sphere..
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