LED Ornament Rod Freestyle Linkable (Multi)
The LED Ornament Rod with the 60 multicolored lights from Brite Ideas is a spectacular way of decorating for the holidays. With just one of these linkable products, you get lights in the following colors: white, blue, green, red, and yellow. The bulbs are miniature and can be removed. Use spiral or gable clips when hanging the ornament rod.
The LED Ornament Rod with the 60 multicolored lights is a welcome change of direction from the usual methods of decorating for the Christmas season. Beautiful lights that cling to the eaves of a roof have been common and traditional for decades, but rarely have they produced a display of such magnificence as this 44-inch-wide linkable product. Each segmented product comes with 60 preinstalled LED lights, which produce five distinctively different colors. The display begins with the 44-inch horizontal shaft itself. Its entire length is adorned with and brightened by powerful white LEDs. At four different points, the white lights divert and drop straight down, at varying lengths, to provide a connection to four loop-shaped ornaments, also lit up by LEDs. As viewed from left to right, these loops are green, red, yellow, and blue. In total the loops make up 32 of the 60 lights—more than half of its glimmering power is devoted to them. Once again, all of these lights are preinstalled for you; the only two tasks given to the user are deciding where to hang the ornaments and actually hanging them up. However, the mini bulbs are removable should you need to make any replacements. Don’t be discouraged by the medium size of the LED Ornament Rod; if you collect a large number of them, you can easily decorate the entire perimeter of your roof. Of course, the exact amount needed varies from home to home, but in general, 20 to 30 will be enough to produce the desired, encompassing appeal. Spiral and gable clips work very well when hanging the ornament rod upon an eave. Furthermore, because of the steel freestyle frame, the four loops are suspended on strong, yet reasonably flexible, stems of wire. So, if you hang the ornament rods on an angular segment of roof, the loops will lean downward without breaking the stems.