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Thursday 22 September 2011

Go Green This Christmas with Solar Christmas Lights: Review & Giveaway!

Kids are back to school and Halloween is just around the corner. So what does that mean? Christmas will be here before you know it! Yes, it's just three months away which means it's the perfect time to start your Christmas shopping! This year I'm focusing on going green when it comes to my Christmas decorations, and to help out with that there's an awesome company called Solar Christmas Lights. Who wouldn't want to save money on their hydro bill every holiday season, with Solo Christmas Lights?! They carry all kinds of designs to suit everyone's design needs.

Solar Christmas Lights carry: regular String Christmas Lights,  Net Christmas Lights, Icicle Christmas Lights, and Rope Christmas Lights. Most of these come in either white (bright), warm white, multi-color, blue,  and green.

The Solar Christmas Lights may look a lot like any other strand of Christmas lights. However, when it comes to creating a Christmas light display that looks impressive, saves money and helps the environment, multi-color solar Christmas lights are a fantastic alternative to electric lights.

One of the best things about solar-powered Christmas lights is that they enable you to create spectacular lighting displays that are impractical or even impossible to achieve with electric lights. Because they run purely on energy from the sun, solar lights completely eliminate the need for all of the seemingly endless extension cords, power strips and electrical outlets required by electric Christmas lights. When you are unencumbered by cords, you are completely free to hang, drape and wrap your solar Christmas lights into elaborate, dramatic designs. You can even add multi-color lights to areas of your yard that do not have access to electrical outlets.

The other major advantage to using solar Christmas lights is that it helps to lower your electricity bill. If you have ever had a large, elaborate Christmas lighting display, you know how all of those lights make a serious impact on your winter energy bills. With solar-powered Christmas lights, however, the cost of powering your light display is completely free. As an added bonus, your reduced energy consumption makes solar lights a more environmentally friendly alternative to electric Christmas lights. With their potential for impressive multi-color lighting display design and their power to save you money, solar Christmas lights are a top choice for your next holiday lighting display.

I received two sets of 50 bright white String Lights for review, and I have to say I was quite impressed. The box looked like a normal Christmas lights box, but once opening it everything was properly wrapped. I've purchased Christmas lights in the past, and they have never been bubble wrapped inside like this. Everything inside was individually wrapped, and super high quality. The 50 bulb strand measures 21", and came included with a rechargeable battery, and a solar panel ground stake. I am 100% satisfied with the product, and can't wait to turn them on for the holiday season!

Interested in purchasing your own Eco-friendly Christmas Lights and save money? Click here to purchase yours today!

Thanks to Solar Christmas Lights, one lucky person will get a chance to win their own set of Christmas Lights! You must be living in the US/CA to qualify.

I received an item for review, for my honest opinion. I was not compensated for this post. All opinions are my own, and others may vary.


  1. I would like the warm white regular 100 String Christmas Lights.

  2. White Icicle Solar Christmas Lights
    jennifer barr
    chevybelair1 at juno dot com

  3. I love the white rope lights, that way after christmas, i wont need to take them down (LOL) they look awesome! Thanks for the review and giveaway!

  4. I love the Multi color lights


  5. i love the White Icicle Solar Christmas Lights
    amandahoffman35 at yahoo dot com

  6. I'd love the warm white, 100 light string for use at the cemetery for my folks...thanks much!


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