Battery Operated Christmas Lights

Battery Operated Christmas Lights

For a lighting option that represents complete portability, there is no better choice than battery operated lighting. With no plug necessary, they can be placed anywhere they are needed, without concerns of wiring or supplying power.

The average battery light string is 10-20 lights and comes in both incandescent and LED versions. The size of the battery needed varies from watch batteries up through AA and C batteries. The average lighted lifespan of the batteries is 72 hours, though the bulbs last a great deal longer than that with replacement batteries. Please note, battery lights are recommended for indoor use only, because the battery pack is usually not sealed against the elements, and persistent cold temperatures can lower the lifespan of batteries as well.

Battery lights, for that reason, are good for a few tasks. They are often used for special indoor decorating projects, such as outlining devices like computer screens or being placed on out of the way railings that would be inconvenienced by a cord running to an outlet. A less common, but still perfectly valid, use of this product is as personal lights. If a person has a need for lights on them, such as part of a hat or costume, a battery string with the pack in a pocket or carried, is a very effective way to provide this.

There are also wreaths and garlands that come with battery lights for ease of use, so there are a lot of options for finding a way to set up lighted decorations that aren’t tied down by cords.

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