LED Retrofits

There are many more reasons that LEDs are the best way to decorate! Another great aspect about our Retrofit LED’s is the versatility. The sizes  are C7C9G30G40G50T50F50, and various different kinds of specialty bulbs! Each bulb size determines its size, and the bulb shape! The LED retrofits are quality lights that will be perfect in your Christmas décor.


There are two types of LEDs: colored LEDs and white LEDs. Colored LEDs emit a specific color light (monochromatic light); regardless of the color of the transparent plastic lens that encases the LED’s chip. The plastic may be colored for cosmetic reasons, but does not substantially affect the color of the light emitted. Because the light is determined by the LED’s chip rather than the plastic lens, Christmas lights of this type do not suffer from color fading. In addition, the plastic lens is much more durable than the glass envelope of incandescent bulbs.What can LED’s do for you? Ask the people in Fort Wayne. They had a giant Santa sleigh and reindeer that used almost 25,000 incandescent Christmas lights and consumed 250Kw of power. In 2008 they replaced every light with a Winterland LED based retrofit bulb and cut the energy bill by 90%.


String Lights

Our string lights are the best and most efficient way to light a home or business! Coming in a variety of bulb sizes (5mm, M5, T5, G12, C6, C7, and C9) and lengths (8″, 8.75″, 11.5″, 12.5″, 16.5″, 17.5″, 23″, 25″, 33″, 50″, 66.5″ in varying count sizes) the string lights are a sure-fire way to have beautifully vibrant Christmas lights, all without the hassle of complex set up! 


RGB products contain red, green and blue LED’s. Blue and green combine to produce turquoise. Green and red combine to produce yellow. Red and blue combine to make violet. Red, blue and green combine to make white. There are literally more than 16,000,000 possibilities with the more sophisticated controllers. Some RGB products, like our simple and easy to use color changing LED light bulb, do not require a controller. You use the remote control instead.

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