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Harbor Freight has LUMINAR OUTDOOR 12 Bulb Color Changing LED String Lights for $39.99 pus tax and $6.99 shipping $46.98

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Harbor Freight has LUMINAR OUTDOOR 12 Bulb Color Changing LED String Lights for $39.99 pus tax and $6.99 shipping when you apply coupon code 81962503 at checkout. Looks like regular price is $59.99 and this coupon saves $20, whereas the occasional 30% off coupon would save $18. Reviews are very favorable. Possible to save shipping cost if available in local HF.

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The Luminar Outdoor® 24 ft. 12 bulb color changing LED string light is the perfect accessory to complement any backyard or outdoor paradise. With the option to connect up to 6 strands together (for a total of 144 ft), this string light is extremely versatile and convenient to fit any sort of installation, such as awnings, patio covers and fences, and is outdoor rated to withstand the elements. With a push of a button on the included remote, the light color can be instantly changed to one of four solid colors (White, Red, Blue or Green) or one of 9 beautiful color effects. And best of all, each strand features low-power LED lights that consume 88% less electricity than typical outdoor light strands.

Just one strand allows multiple color configurations for any mood
Switch any mode with the convenient remote control (included)
Add up to 6 strings total for 144 ft of beautiful light
One strand consumes just 15 watts of electricity, 75% less than a single 60W bulb
Low power LED bulbs provide bright light with efficient power usage
4 bright, beautiful colors, and 9 color changing pattern modes
Chainable up to 6 units
Outdoor rated to withstand tough weather conditions

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So when these fail, instead of your car falling on you, your house burns down.
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So when these fail, instead of your car falling on you, your house burns down.
Interesting, I wasn't aware that was a risk with this product. Can you share from where you obtained that info? May cancel my order. Thanks.
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Interesting, I wasn't aware that was a risk with this product. Can you share from where you obtained that info? May cancel my order. Thanks.
I think the other poster may have been a tad extreme, implying that because these are Harbor Freight, they're probably poor quality. I doubt HF is going to willingly open themselves up to massive lawsuits by selling string lights that have the potential to catch fire. That said, I do like to verify string lights like this are UL certified. I couldn't find anywhere where it said they were though.
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I think the other poster may have been a tad extreme, implying that because these are Harbor Freight, they're probably poor quality. I doubt HF is going to willingly open themselves up to massive lawsuits by selling string lights that have the potential to catch fire. That said, I do like to verify string lights like this are UL certified. I couldn't find anywhere where it said they were though.
If you look at this brands other lights on Harbor Freight they are UL listed. Plus, if you watch the video for these you can see the UL listed logo.
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I purchased 2 sets and plan on setting them up on backyard porch. Does anyone have recommendation for hanging them? Clips or other?
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I think the other poster may have been a tad extreme, implying that because these are Harbor Freight, they're probably poor quality. I doubt HF is going to willingly open themselves up to massive lawsuits by selling string lights that have the potential to catch fire. That said, I do like to verify string lights like this are UL certified. I couldn't find anywhere where it said they were though.
I see, thanks for that. I can't find the UL info on this set, but did find this photo of the box of the non-color changing model and it is indeed UL listed. I would assume the same for these.
*EDIT* The UL listed emblem can be seen on this promo video on Facebook [facebook.com].
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So when these fail, instead of your car falling on you, your house burns down.
UL listed?

serious question. if we use a non UL listed ceiling light shipped from china (through amazon), and the house burns down because of that, will insurance cover? sometimes they only blame on the installation, not the non UL items. just wondering...
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UL listed?

serious question. if we use a non UL listed ceiling light shipped from china (through amazon), and the house burns down because of that, will insurance cover? sometimes they only blame on the installation, not the non UL items. just wondering...
I've heard that question asked before and cannot find anything definite so I'd assume one would need to review their complete underwritten homeowner's policy to be sure. I'd assume the liability, if such an incident occurred, would lie with the manufacturer of said non-UL listed device.
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Interesting, I wasn't aware that was a risk with this product. Can you share from where you obtained that info? May cancel my order. Thanks.
He's also making a reference to the massive recall recently on the Pittsburgh jack stands from HF that are at risk of collapsing.
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Color changing? Sounds incredibly tacky.
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Got a not in stock notice and will be cancelled if not shipped in 21 days
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