These festive hat lights complete with white fuzzy tops, are a fun way to add some instant holiday cheer to your home. Perfect along a pathway, the set includes two red and two green hats with LED lights inside. Each stakes securely into the ground and plugs into an AC outlet. End-to-end connectors let you connect multiple sets together. Metal and polyester. Each hat is 6"Dia. x 12"H. Overall it's 75"L plus 45"L power cord.
We Love these!
We think these are great! This is our first year using them, but we found we shorted ourselves when we ordered and have since ordered more. We have received a lot of positive comments from people around town and even questions are to where we purchased them. Needless to say we are the only ones in town with these decorations. -
Lake View IA
Because of the way it is wired you can only attach 2 strands together to one extension cord. I bought 2 and than bought 2 more strands because I liked them so much. So I will need to work around this. I did check them out when I got them and I am looking forward to lining the front with these at Christmas. -
Cutest lights ever!
The cutest lights ever! The "in ground" metal stake is very strong. Couple hats had material flaws but luckily they faced the back. -
Pretty LED Set…But Has Design Flaw That Can
We bought 10 sets of these to line our sidewalk (see photos), and they look great! The packaging was fine, the materials were about what I expected for the price, and they use the essential low-power LEDs I'd want for the space.
However, I almost returned the lot and was pretty frustrated when I unpacked them to get to use them, and I'd call it a serious design flaw: You cannot chain these lights end-to-end. If you are using just two sets, you can run a power cord to a point between them and the cord just barely reaches so you can plug the two into each other at the power cord. This isn't great either because you'd rather just have one power cord at the end of the set, but it works.
When you have more than two sets, you need to either have a power cord per each two sets or run one to the first, and then get a 2-wire jumper power cord to run from one set of two to the next. That is what I did, but it involved getting 5 extension cables. The first was a conventional outdoor grounded extension cable that plugged into the outlet, and the other four outdoor cables I had to break off the grounding plug to go from set to set. -