Spacer/Extension for Commercial Co-axial LED Strings, 2ft/6ft/12ft, Gr - The Christmas Light Emporium

Spacer/Extension for Commercial Co-axial LED Strings, 2ft/6ft/12ft, Green Wire


Features
  • Connect your commercial LED light sets quickly and easily
  • Green wire blends naturally with outdoor decor
  • For use with only with Wintergreen Lighting brand commercial strings
  • Indoor / Outdoor Use
Specifications
  • Female co-axial connector: 1
  • Male...
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Features
  • Connect your commercial LED light sets quickly and easily
  • Green wire blends naturally with outdoor decor
  • For use with only with Wintergreen Lighting brand commercial strings
  • Indoor / Outdoor Use
Specifications
  • Female co-axial connector: 1
  • Male co-axial connector: 1
  • Wire gauge: 20
  • Length: 2 Feet, 6 Feet or 12 Feet


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Anonymous (Morganfield, US)

Received my order quickly

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David M. (Vero Beach, US)
Spacer/Extension cords are a big advantage for commercial/coaxial lights

A Bonsai Gallery at a botanical garden in Fort Pierce, Florida is all lighted up for the holiday show. Putting lights in Bonsai is unorthodox (a few delicate ones are spotlighted), but the display is beautiful, in many cases shows the trees' structures in a whole new way, and has made new friends for the collection. The trees are spray irrigated every day, so water makes conventional plugs and the awkward extension cords (even vampires) unworkable. These 12' extensions are perfect for connecting trees in a line at low cost. The lights and extensions have made the project feasible and affordable.

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David Martin
This order was shipped quickly

The “commercial” lights, which are notably resistant to water, are a bit of a specialty item. In our case, they’re being used as part of the equipment for lighting a large bonsai gallery in a botanical garden for Christmas. Everyone agrees it’s a bit weird, but the results this year will impress visitors.


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