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Recommendations on LED Light Vendor Online


Lightman

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Hi Group,

I'm looking for recommendations on an online vendor of LED lights. A google search turns up many but looking for one that maybe has some ties to this forum. This year, I'm planning to swap out all of my old incandescent lights for LED. So with that in mind, I'll be buying a lot of LED's. I'm looking for bulk buys like lights on spools versus boxes of lights. I need to redo all my C7 lights which consisted of three separate runs of 100' with three separate colors on each run. Also, I'll be redoing all of my 2' and 4' Christmas tree's. I'd really like to be able to buy spools of smaller LED's (500 to 1000') and cut to my own lights and do my own electrical terminations. 

Any suggestions would be greatly welcomed!

Thanks,

Lightman

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This may not be what you're looking for, but I've sure had a lot of success with Walmart LEDs.  They'll be about six dollars for a box of 100 lights next month, and after Christmas you can get them 50 to 75 percent off.  I don't know if they work with LOR and the other computer programs, though.

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I actually purchase from a variety of sites depending on sales and availability.  Walmart seems to be the cheapest price wise and I've had good success with lights lasting.  Also purchased from 1000bulbs.com.  Don't think a lot of the LEDs I've purchased can dim/ramp effect with LOR, but I can still create a lot of effects and make a great show.   Also, check before buying because newer LEDs don't allow you to change the bulbs if they go bad.

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On 9/19/2017 at 9:33 AM, Meatball412 said:

I actually purchase from a variety of sites depending on sales and availability.  Walmart seems to be the cheapest price wise and I've had good success with lights lasting.  Also purchased from 1000bulbs.com.  Don't think a lot of the LEDs I've purchased can dim/ramp effect with LOR, but I can still create a lot of effects and make a great show.   Also, check before buying because newer LEDs don't allow you to change the bulbs if they go bad.

 

Individual LED's don't go bad very often when you have a sealed socket. That's one of the main reasons to go with a sealed socket. 

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