The awesome folks over at LED Hut recently sent me this set of Outdoor Christmas fairy lights to try out. Now, these guys know their stuff. Just take a look at the huge range of lighting over on their website. They are experts in their field, they offer excellent value for money and all of their bulbs are eco friendly. In fact
The lights arrived by courier, well packaged ensuring no damage to the bulbs. Before I’d even tried the lights out I was already won over by the plug. The switch that alternates the settings is embedded in to the plug rather than on a separate box that awkwardly hangs from the wall like both of my other fairy light sets. More string lights need this feature as fishing for lights behind the tree is a pain!
This string of fairy lights are intended for indoor or outdoor use. As soon as the weather calms down enough for me to climb the ladder my set will be hung on the tree in our back garden. Stand by for twinkly, Christmasy garden pics!
With 8 settings there is a mode for every festive mood. I really like them on static for maximum brightness! You can choose from Combination, Waves, Sequential, Slow Glow, Chasing Flash, Slow Fade, Twinkle Flash and Steady On.
If it’s twinkly lights you’re after then this set is perfect. The colours of the lights stand out from a distance without blinding your neighbours with too much of a glow, leaving your garden with a pretty but traditional vibe. The 5 meter cord length is helpful for outdoor use and the 10 meter length of the lights is enough to fit most garden trees.
LED Hut is a specialist lighting company and because of their positive reviews, range and knowledge I will be shopping with them in the future.
Note! You can currently get 35% off all of LED Hut’s Christmas lights by entering “XMAS35” at the checkout, and they are running a competition with all orders!
What are your favourite types of Christmas lights? Have you shopped with LED Hut before? Let me know in the comments!
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