Carnival 13" Letter Lights in Rust Finish - mains or battery power operated.
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These lights are all hand painted in a distressed finish to create an industrial style and therefore the finish will be different on each light. Dual purpose, each letter can be powered by 3 x AA batteries or by a transformer (SOLD OUT) which can light up 5 linked letters. Designed to last for up to 50,000 hours, you'll be radiating the impressed faces of your home/business guests for the long term.
Product Dimensions: 33 x 20 (25) x 4.5 cm. Each light weighs approximately 1kg. The dimensions and weight vary depending on the letter.
Rated wattage of the chain: 4.8W
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I replace the bulbs? No, these are LED's and will last up to 50,000 hours. LED's are energy efficient, do not produce heat and thus are designed to last.
Do I need a transformer to power these lights? No, you can power each light by 3 x AA batteries but this could become costly if you plan to use your lights more than occasionally. Good quality batteries will only last approximately 30 hours. Therefore we recommend purchasing a transformer so you may power your lights via mains elecricity. One transformer can power up to 5 lights. The transformer is attached to an end light and then each light connects to the next with sockets attached on the reverse side. Instructions are included.
Can I wall mount these lights? Yes. They have been designed to go on the wall and as such are lightweight and easy to put up. On the rear of the lights there are hanger brackets that will hook on to nails, screws, picture hooks (or whatever wall fitting you decide). The lights can also sit on a shelf if you prefer but please be aware some letters will need some support, for example O or the Heart.
Do you do numbers in these lights? Currently our supplier does not manufacture this range in numbers.
How do I switch these lights on and off? If you purchase the transformer you may do this via the switch on the wall, however if you are relying upon batteries it will be necessary to remove the light from the wall to access the switch on the reverse.
Are these lights suitable for outdoor use? These lights are designed for indoor use, whilst we have had customers use them for temporary outdoor use at events etc they do so at their own risk.