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LED lights for sale NEW in boxes

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Hi All,

I have around 15 boxes of 16 function multi mini LED's for sale.They were bought at walmart. I bought them new & never used them.I now have LOR so I have no use for them.

I'm asking 6.00 per box & you pay actual shipping to your house.I will accept paypal only & 1st come 1st serve.

You can PM me for further details.

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I also have about 15 boxes of pearalized multi mini's.These are regular mini lights.Also comes from walmart.I'm asking 1.50 per box & you pay actual shipping to your door.Paypal only for these too.They would work good for an easter display.

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I'm also looking for LED Green mini's that came from walmart.If anyone has any for sale Please PM me what you want for them.

See picture below of the style I need.Remember I need GREEN from walmart.

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Thanks!!

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i'm interested in buying probably all of them, i have 2 questions though first- 1- i'll assume the are end-to-end connectable, but how long is each set, 2- what would the shipping be to 11795? thanks

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i'm interested in buying probably all of them, i have 2 questions though first- 1- i'll assume the are end-to-end connectable, but how long is each set, 2- what would the shipping be to 11795? thanks

well i could be wrong but i never saw a multichannel light being able to connect end to end... but i could be wrong

also if they are like mine they are very cool as i put them on my star on top of my roof and i have 8 different way of flashing

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i'm interested in buying probably all of them, i have 2 questions though first- 1- i'll assume the are end-to-end connectable, but how long is each set, 2- what would the shipping be to 11795? thanks

I will have to go get them out the bus & see if they are end to end connect & the length of them.I will also see how much they all weigh for the shipping quote.Will let you know when I get that done.It would be cheaper if I take them out the boxes to ship but that would be up to you.

Thanks!

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Ok thanks, and i obviously forgot to add in NOT end to end connectable.. i don't know of any multi function light set that has End to end abilities. sorry, my mistake. as for the sets, yes please let me know how long each set covers as that will determine how many i will actually need, and taking them out of the boxes to ship would be fine. thanks again

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Ok thanks, and i obviously forgot to add in NOT end to end connectable.. i don't know of any multi function light set that has End to end abilities. sorry, my mistake. as for the sets, yes please let me know how long each set covers as that will determine how many i will actually need, and taking them out of the boxes to ship would be fine. thanks again

Got a box out today to see.Lighted length 15'. Found 15 boxes. These should all fit in a flat rate box if taken out the store boxes.

Thank You!

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