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I can't say.
We just decorated a 45' tall spruce tree at a country club in town and it took 48 strands of white c7's to light it- 3,360 lights. All end to end. The guy we spoke to was awesome and c7's (his recommendation) were plenty big as far as scale. If I recall correctly they came out to around $11/strand.
I understand the desire for c9's (we have them on our eaves) but I think people are starting to realize the return on investment is so much better on c7 strands.
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Are there any LED Christmas lights out there that specifically have the same "Warm" color temperature as the older incandescent lights?

Specifically looking for the larger ~3/4" bulb exterior lighting.

Everyone I know seems to dislike the bright white with blue tones.

I always thought they would start making them easily avalible. But have not seen them , so starting to doubt if they will or do.
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Yes for sure I've seen them. Target, Home Depot, Lowe's all have them.
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Seems like a good deal for the C7's at least. In for three to replace traditional C7 strands currently have. Thanks OP!
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Are there any LED Christmas lights out there that specifically have the same "Warm" color temperature as the older incandescent lights?

Specifically looking for the larger ~3/4" bulb exterior lighting.

Everyone I know seems to dislike the bright white with blue tones.

I always thought they would start making them easily avalible. But have not seen them , so starting to doubt if they will or do.
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Seems like a good deal for the C7's at least. In for three to replace traditional C7 strands currently have. Thanks OP!
Is it me or am I seeing 100 count instead of 150 count for 50' length?
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Are there any LED Christmas lights out there that specifically have the same "Warm" color temperature as the older incandescent lights?

Specifically looking for the larger ~3/4" bulb exterior lighting.

Everyone I know seems to dislike the bright white with blue tones.

I always thought they would start making them easily avalible. But have not seen them , so starting to doubt if they will or do.
Yes for sure I've seen them. Target, Home Depot, Lowe's all have them.
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What is a good site to buy in bulk for what the pros use ? I've always thought HD / Lowe's were expensive for how many you received
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Too bad they don't sell C9s C7s are just too small for hanging on an eave.
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What is a good site to buy in bulk for what the pros use ? I've always thought HD / Lowe's were expensive for how many you received
Call a landscape supply store near you. Think wholesale. Some good ones will even have a holiday light department and will be able to tell you exactly what you will need.
I'm in Wisconsin and the one I always recommend is Reinders.
They have a very thorough catalog offering and if you know what you want they can get it for you.
https://www.reinders.com/led
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Call a landscape supply store near you. Think wholesale. Some good ones will even have a holiday light department and will be able to tell you exactly what you will need.
I'm in Wisconsin and the one I always recommend is Reinders.
They have a very thorough catalog offering and if you know what you want they can get it for you.
https://www.reinders.com/led
Do you know thier price for c9 commercial led strings? I live in IL and can drive to pick it up
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Not bad but still cheaper at Walmart and Lowe's for the m5s
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Bummer, wish they had those in white and not multicolor
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I can't say.
We just decorated a 45' tall spruce tree at a country club in town and it took 48 strands of white c7's to light it- 3,360 lights. All end to end. The guy we spoke to was awesome and c7's (his recommendation) were plenty big as far as scale. If I recall correctly they came out to around $11/strand.
I understand the desire for c9's (we have them on our eaves) but I think people are starting to realize the return on investment is so much better on c7 strands.
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Is it me or am I seeing 100 count instead of 150 count for 50' length?
You're right, I'm seeing that too. The listing is wrong. There's no 150 count 50ft c7 strand. It's 100 bulbs.
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Why can't these be dual voltage? It's so difficult to find in Europe.
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