Novelty Lights 100 Foot C7 Outdoor String Light Christmas Stringer – Patio String Lights – Candelabra Base (C7/E12) – 12″ Spacing – Black Wire
Novelty Lights C7 Outdoor String Light Christmas Stringer – Roofline Christmas Lights – Patio String Lights Use this 100 foot C7 stringer for our incandescent or LED C7, G30, G40, or G50 E12 base globe bulbs when lighting up your home or business interior and exterior this holiday season. Can be used in a restaurant patio string light application that provides eye apealing ambiance. Made with 100 E12 base candelabra sockets from the industries best. This string is not connectable end to end and each string needs to be plugged into its own outlet. Safe for indoor and outdoor use. C7 Candelabra Base 100′ Stringer – 12″ Spacing Fused Male Plug For indoor and outdoor use (700 watt max) 100 C7/E12 Candelabra Base Sockets Uses Patented Admiral Brand Socket Not Connectable End to End – Only 100′ 8 Amp Fused Plug Indoor/Outdoor Use Fits Our C7 Incandescent, C7 Retrofit LED, G30 and G40 Bulbs Bulbs Sold Separately
Novelty Lights offers this commercial grade C7 outdoor string light Christmas stringer that is 100′ long with 12″ spacing and has a 12″ lead from plug to first socket.
Each string has 100 Admiral brand sockets and has a fused male plug for indoor and outdoor use while being used for Christmas lights, house roofline, or outdoor patio string lighting.
This C7/E12 base stringer uses our incandescent or LED C7, G30, G40, or G50 E12 base globe bulbs which are sold separately.
Each stringer comes with a fused 8 amp male plug which makes this product safe for indoor and outdoor use and is not connectable end to end with a max run of 100′ using a 5 or 7 watt bulb.
Installation Tips: Patio Use; We recommend using “aircraft wire” to use as support cable for a professional look and if you choose not to use a support wire then you can mount the string at various pivot points depending on your application. Roofline Use; Use in accordance with our all in one clip (ASIN B004TNDB2I) so your C7 bulb points upward and is securely faceted to your gutter or under the shingle. Always mount stringer first then screw in light bulb last.
(as of Feb 05,2023 10:56:45 UTC – Details)