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FYI just posted our spring cleaning sale in the vendors arena. 60% off in stock Fallling Frost led snowfall lights. Heres your chance to add them to your display.

Ryan

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Oh Wow!

Very interesting. Ok, guess you have limited stock on these? When is your sale over??? Also do you have any video of the 6" tubes? I may be mixing and matching. Looks like your one mixed set could add 10 more of these...even though the 30 set looks interesting.

Robert

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We have plenty in stock of every color as of yesterday. My partner and I have not decided the end to the sale just thought is was time for a crazy promotion. There was not a better day to start it than April fools day. Ill try to get a vid up of the mini tubes by the end of the week. I would not suggest mixing the dripping icicles (mini) with the Falling Frost (large) as the fall pattern is completly different. It is better to use them on different display elements. The big tubes have individual connections so you can mix color and size at will.

Ryan

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do you sell the 39' tubes by the piece or only in the set would like to buy 12 in white Thanks Dennis

Sorry the long tubes are only available in th 3060100T set.

Ryan

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I really wanted to get these last year but the funds were not there. Now you have a sale and I really can't get them. I was hoping to get a few this year and some more next year. Well maybe if my wife can find a job. They look great though.

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To be completely honest it's an older video and I do not recall for sure. I think it was around 35-40 falling frost tubes, mostly 12" with a few 24" mixed in. They are ten fold brighter than they appear in this video we just have not figured out how to capture it. Hope this helps.

Ryan

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Received my order today. It is late and I ahve an early day tomorrow but I HAD to take a peek. Pulled out a couple of each color I ordered. Red, Blue and Pure white. Yes....the longer ones (not the minis) are Pure white (which I wanted)...not Cool White.

I purchased Red, Pure White and Blue for the Christmas Display I have but these will come out for the 4th of July also!

Initial impressions: Great construction. Watertight seals on all connections. Colors are vivid and brilliant. As with all LED's ...they are brighter when observed straight on. With lamps on both sides...you do get good illumination reflecting off the siding of the house also.

I have yet to break out all the lamps to insure proper function but I am assuming there wil be no issues. May be Friday before I have time to do that.

Determination: A great product. Was always hesitant to purchase becasue of price but at THIS price. CANNOT BE BEAT!!!!!!

If you are on the fence......jump off and get a set or 5 before they are sold out.

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Robert,

Sorry the holiday weekend kept me busy. I will get a mini tube video up later tomorrow.

Still have all colors available at sale prices

Falling Frost (big tubes)- white, red, blue, green

Dripping icicle (mini tubes)- white

Ryan

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Ok Robert I got a video up of the Dripping icicles (mini tubes). Take a look and let me know what you think.

Ryan

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www.FrostLEDs.com

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Hey Ryan,

Thanks for posting that. That does give me some good ideas on those. I see it is the same "type" of drop, just shorter. Ok. We will try and make some decisions soon on this. Just working with limited funds this year. The daughter's wedding is sucking up anything extra ;-)

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Hey Ryan,

Thanks for posting that. That does give me some good ideas on those. I see it is the same "type" of drop, just shorter. Ok. We will try and make some decisions soon on this. Just working with limited funds this year. The daughter's wedding is sucking up anything extra ;-)

HMMM..They would look great at a wedding......:)

Ryan

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Be sure to follow our threads in the vendors arena. Just posted FREE SHIPPING for any order this weekend!! no minimums and no promo codes required. Sale still going

Ryan

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Ryan can you tell me if i can purchase 1 set of 12'' rather than having the 24'' tubes and can i mix them up 5green and 5 red and what is the over all length of 5 tubes thank you Blair

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Ryan can you tell me if i can purchase 1 set of 12'' rather than having the 24'' tubes and can i mix them up 5green and 5 red and what is the over all length of 5 tubes thank you Blair

Blair

.We only sell them in the bundles listed on the site however we could make special arrangements to break up packaging and create custom bundles. To much hassle for a single set but if you were going to pick up a few sets we could do it. If you only want a single set my suggestion would be to order a set of red and a set of green then consider the sale price and free shipping this weekend. You basically would be getting all the 24" for free and then some. Also once you get them you will love them and want more. (HINT.. sale prices willn't last forever) Now is the time to get them.

.As far as length...there is 5' between tube connections.

Hope this helps

Ryan

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www.FrostLEDs.com

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I will be buying this weekend from you Ryan. Just trying to decide which. Am I able to mix the set of 5 - 12", 5 - 24" (http://www.frostleds.com/falling-frost-3060White.html) with the set of 10 - 6" (http://www.frostleds.com/dripping-icicle-white.html) ....on the one transformer (#FFPP Falling Frost transformer to power up to 20 tubes [+$10.00] ) ?

Robert

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I will be buying this weekend from you Ryan. Just trying to decide which. Am I able to mix the set of 5 - 12", 5 - 24" (http://www.frostleds...-3060White.html) with the set of 10 - 6" (http://www.frostleds...icle-white.html) ....on the one transformer (#FFPP Falling Frost transformer to power up to 20 tubes [+$10.00] ) ?

Robert

Good question sorry if its not clear on the website, ill make sure it gets added.

No. You can not intermix the Falling Frost and Dripping icicle tubes. Although similar snowfall lights, they are different products.

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The dripping icicles are not individually connected like the Falling frost. They also have a different fall pattern.

Ryan

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www.FrostLEDs.com

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