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(Cord Only) 25 Socket Outdoor Patio DIY String Light, 28 FT White Stringer w/ E12 Base (No Bulbs)
Our DIY Patio String Lights with optional Light Bulbs section allows you to custom fit the lighting solution to your Wedding Receptions, lighting tents, building outlines, backyards / patios, gazebos, parks or any other permanent lighting needs. Combine our 'Cord Only' String Lights with our wide-selection of Light Bulbs, such as Edison Bulbs, Shatterproof Bulbs, Colored Bulbs, or Candelabra Light Bulbs. Our hanging outdoor string lights add romantic lighting to the atmosphere - just plug them into a wall socket and they can be hung on tents, trees, poles, posts or any elevated surface in or around your home. Add a touch of whimsy to the outdoors as our string lights and optional bulbs are ready for any occasion!
# of Sockets: 25 (High Quality Sockets). Socket Type/Size: E12 Candelabra Base. Cord Length: 28FT. Spacing Between Sockets: 12". On/Off Switch?: No. Drop Distance: None. Cord Color: White. Suitable Environment: Indoor and Outdoor Use. Included Bulbs: No Bulbs Included - Sold Separately. Bulb Wattage: Max 25x 5 Watts. Supported Bulb Types: Incandescent / LED. Power Connection: Plug-In. Expandable End-To-End?: Yes. End-To-End Connection Limit: Up To 3 Cords Total. Up to 375 Watts Total (when used with recommended 5W Bulbs). Lantern Clip?: Yes. Wiring Type: Parallel - Other bulbs stay lit if one goes out. Outdoor Use?: Yes, IP44 rated. Suitable for Rain/Outdoor Use. UL Listed?: UL Listed. Voltage: 120V. Spare Fuse?: Yes, 1x Included. Wire Gauge: 18 Gauge. AMP: 2.08A. Please note these cords can be plugged end to end, but please do not exceed the recommend Amperage of the cord. To calculate amperage of the cord, please use the following formula:
Total Number of Bulbs x Bulb Wattage x 1.05 / 120 = Total AMPS