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(Cord Only) 50 Socket Outdoor Patio DIY String Light, 51 FT White Stringer w/ E12 Base (No Bulbs)

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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!

Product Specifications:

# of Sockets: 50 (High Quality Sockets).
Socket Type/Size: E12 Candelabra Base.
Cord Length: 51FT.
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 50x 7-Watts (350W Total Max)
Supported Bulb Types: Incandescent / LED.
Power Connection: Plug-In.
Expandable End-To-End?: No.
End-To-End Connection Limit: N/A.
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 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