C9 Christmas Light Stringer, 25', 12" Spacing, Green Wire - The Christmas Light Emporium

C9 Christmas Light Stringer, 25', 12" Spacing, Green Wire


Our commercial grade stringers are perfect for building exteriors, large trees or custom sculptures. This 25' green string has been pre cut and is ready to use. There is 12" between the E17 sockets, for a total of 25 sockets....

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Our commercial grade stringers are perfect for building exteriors, large trees or custom sculptures. This 25' green string has been pre cut and is ready to use. There is 12" between the E17 sockets, for a total of 25 sockets. UL listed for indoor and outdoor use. 

  • 25 sockets
  • 12" spacing between sockets
  • Male plug on one end, female plug on the other
  • SPT1 20awg wire
  • 5 amp fuse

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Jeff H. (Commerce, US)
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C9 Cords

I was ecstatic to find these C9 cords to replace my 25+ cords this year. I was not looking forward to buying new cords with the light bulbs already attached as it would have been a bit pricey. I already purchased the light bulbs from Christmas Light Emporium throughout the year so as not to his my Christmas spending all at once.

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Brandon A. (Charlotte, US)
C9 Custom Sting

Love being able to customize these strings with different bulbs! Work just as they should and are super easy to use

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Anonymous (Susanville, US)
Good stuff

Awesome lights, however it would be awesome if it said "made in the USA"

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Jeffrey Meredith (Sarina, AU)
Fantastic company to deal with.

Great new items.

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JW King (La Crescenta, US)
Good price for a Solid basic stringer.

My wife wanted a specific color pattern of a specific style of LED bulbs, which isn't available pre-made. So I had to DIY it. I purchased boxes of bulbs (old-style opaque, but in LED), and these white stringers to match the color of the eaves. The sockets have clips installed, which you might be able to clip onto a dripedge, but I bought cheap plastic clips to grab the rafters and bargeboard, and tile clips for along the eaves. The stringers are standard SPT1 18-gauge, the sockets are not water-tight, having gaps around where the wire enters and exits on each side. The sockets are ridged so they are easy to grip. Unlike old-style stringers, the ****-in socket is plastic, not metal, with metal contacts on one side and at the bottom to connect power to the bulb. This means that the bulbs won't get welded into the socket by corrosion if you leave them in for several years, but it means a smaller contact patch. Likely not a problem for the current needs of LEDs, but it could eventually cause a loss of contact. But twisting the bulb slightly would then move the contact patch. The sockets are 12 inches as advertised, and there is very little wire past the last sockets at each end, about 6 inches from the end of the plug. I imagine this is to keep the 12-inch spacing going over multiple stringers. I like to tuck the plugs up under the eaves out of sight, but the short ends makes that difficult without making the spacing noticeably smaller than 12 inches. The male end does NOT have a female receptacle built-in to it as do some stringers, so you need a 3-in-one receptacle or a vampire plug to do anything but extend the stringer. For $11.99, it's not the cheapest, but the cheaper ones I saw were 20 guage or charged more for shipping than the cost of the product. I'd recommend these for good value.


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