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WCIF decorative lights

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WCIF decorative lights

Postby finley » 10 May 2016, 14:16

Specifically, those rope lights that are popular for draping over trees. I'm especially keen on those ones that consist of a short perspex tube that hangs vertically from the cable and is programmed to illuminate in a sort of 'raindrop' pattern. Must be weatherproof - indoor "Christmas lights" won't do it.
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Re: WCIF decorative lights

Postby joey0825 » 16 May 2016, 12:34

finley wrote:Specifically, those rope lights that are popular for draping over trees. I'm especially keen on those ones that consist of a short perspex tube that hangs vertically from the cable and is programmed to illuminate in a sort of 'raindrop' pattern. Must be weatherproof - indoor "Christmas lights" won't do it.


Is this what you're looking for?


I think it's called 下雨燈 or 流星燈. You could find it here
http://www.pcstore.com.tw/vitaled-vip/M10608338.htm

or search key words in Ruten, Yahoo, PChome online store
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Re: WCIF decorative lights

Postby finley » 19 May 2016, 19:51

That's the one! As it happens, I eventually found them in an electronics shop, but didn't buy any yet. I'll check those leads. Thanks :)
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