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Ankway: 20 Ft LED String Lights & More Starting at $2.99 + Free Prime Shipping

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Ankway Life via Amazon has the following string lights on sale:

20ft 30 LED Crystal Ball String Lights (Warm White) [amazon.com]
Now: $2.99 (62% off) - now $3.04
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20ft 30 LED Crystal Ball String Lights (Multi-Color) [amazon.com]
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100 LED Fairy Lights (Warm White) [amazon.com]
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20 LED Starry String Lights (6 Pack Warm White) [amazon.com]
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Code: EQYB49L8

200 LED Fairy Lights (72ft Warm White) [amazon.com]
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200 LED 3-Strand Copper Wire Fairy Lights (Warm White)​ [amazon.com]
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200 LED 3-Strand Copper Wire Fairy Lights (White) [amazon.com]
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200 LED 3-Strand Copper Wire Light (Multi Color) [amazon.com]
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Solar Path Lights​ [amazon.com]
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Code: D9UWDMFN
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All solar powered? Can these be plugged into like a USB wall outlet instead for indoor use?
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All solar powered? Can these be plugged into like a USB wall outlet instead for indoor use?
Not readily. See this image [ssl-images-amazon.com]. Cabling is built into the small solar panel.
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Not readily. See this image [ssl-images-amazon.com]. Cabling is built into the small solar panel.
If it's like the one I got, the cable is attach to the copper by a small screwed on link. I think it can be remove, or just cut the cable.

However, USB is 5V... I measured the voltage of my light and I think it was 9V. The circuit must have up the voltage from the AA battery power source which is only 1.5V... or is it 1.2V for rechargeable battery.
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Thanks OP! We use these to line the perimeter of our wooden deck. The thin copper wires slide in the gaps between the wood and we use silicon caulk to secure them. No nails or staples needed. Been looking for a deal on them. Thanks!
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Thanks OP! We use these to line the perimeter of our wooden deck. The thin copper wires slide in the gaps between the wood and we use silicon caulk to secure them. No nails or staples needed. Been looking for a deal on them. Thanks!
I'm curious how it look. Been thinking of doing the same with my deck, but not sure I like to wrap it where it's too easily seen and pull out by the kids. laugh out loud They are curious kids.
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I'm curious how it look. Been thinking of doing the same with my deck, but not sure I like to wrap it where it's too easily seen and pull out by the kids. laugh out loud They are curious kids.
We lined the edge of our composite deck with these. So far they look pretty nice. Survived some rain storms, hasn't been sunny so they only have charged to stay on 4hrs or so. They feel fragile but no breaks, cauking spots is a good idea we have just wedged them in the board gaps.
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I'm curious how it look. Been thinking of doing the same with my deck, but not sure I like to wrap it where it's too easily seen and pull out by the kids. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif They are curious kids.
Ha, then it's a good thing they're on sale! You can grab a back up. Smilie The copper wires literally disappear between the two boards. Put a dab of clear silicone caulk on them, and then smooth it with your finger. The wires are thin, a little thicker than floss, so you can put it in the cracks easily and the silicone keeps them from little fingers. The only time you could see ours is where the vertical posts met the rails, but then we just wrapped them around the back side, and put silicone over them like a skin. They really turned out awesome at night. After a year, still working great. Good luck!
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None of the promos work
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wonder by now someone would have battery powered path lights with remote control....
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None of the promos work
Just ordered one, and I didn't have a problem with the promo codes (on the checkout page).
You can only use 1 promo code per order tho (basically can't order more than 1 light per order).
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wonder by now someone would have battery powered path lights with remote control....
They do. There's 100's of companies that do.

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_s...02TXP11RID
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Thanks OP. Just need some for a birthday party.
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All codes I've tried are expired or no longer valid
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