Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 64
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by SizzlePuck Poor Quality
I bought 4 strands of these lights. While the lights work well, the quality of this product needs help. The plastic bulb covers are yellowing and green screw bases are thin plastic and break very easy. However, my biggest issue with these lights are that the electrical lines. The lines are loosely twisted and become unraveled easily thus making your house and lighting display very unsightly. I spend more time trying ways to fix the lines than I do anything else. WASTE OF MONEY
October 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Watson These lights match our non-LED lights!
We wanted to start investing in LED Christmas lights this year to cut down on our holiday electrical bill but we were worried about there being too much of a contrast between existing lights & the new LED lights during the transition. These warm light LED were the perfect solution!
December 26, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jared Not warm white!
Eco smart brand is terrible if you care at all about having "warm" white and not garish, almost green light. Also, the covers that are suppose to be yellowed so as to give off "warm" white are all different from each other. Some are bluish some are greenish and a few are almost warm. All are searingly bright for an indoor tree.
December 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Marc Awful - Do not buy!
Bought a bunch of lights for the house. Checked to make sure they all worked before I put them up, everything worked fine. Spent the whole day putting them up. After 24 hours several lights stopped working and it just keeps getting worse. I will never buy this product again.
December 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by NashvilleSuburbanite Nice looking Christmas light set
This is our first year with this light set. We like the look of these and they work well with our other outdoor decorations. We are hoping they hold up through several seasons of use.
December 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by vinogeekgirl Buyer Beware - Buy ALL you need in ONE Year!
Last year, I purchased 6 -50 count strands last year. And, I decided to do more of the house this year. I stocked up on more, even bringing the box from the prior year to ensure I matched exactly the type. When we got them home to put them up, the prior year and current year lights did not match. Last year was more of a cooler white, and this year was a warm white - even thou both boxes said "warm white."
I love these lights - and I have not had too much problem with them otherwise. But, I ended up having to replace all 6 strands from the first year to get it completed. Making the overall quality and value severely drop for me.
November 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Greg Save money in the long run with these lights.
Investing in these lights vs. incandescent will save you a ton of money in electricity costs. To light my house (about 3000 lights) would cost me an average of $400 per season to run incandescent vs. $17 per season to run these! I bought these lights last year and was so impressed with their durability, performance and cost savings that I'm likely doubling the number I put out this year. These are almost identical in appearance to my neighbors that still use incandescent, but they do tend to be a bit dimmer per bulb. They are a very warm, golden light and really twinkle due to the faceted bulb housing.
November 5, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by gbolcer Cheap usage lights
They are very popular as they are hard to find in-store. The best attribute is that they are the warm light versus the cool blue. This is a major differentiators. They provide some extra fuses, but nowhere near enough. You can't provide spacing for breaks in the roof using standard electrical cords. You have to string them exactly to other strings with no extension cords in the middle, nor other makes of light strings. The double edged ending plug is useful for adding in icicles, but again, it's far too easy to blow a fuse. The covers are reusable, they don't break when you drop them on the ground, and they provide ample replacement LED bulbs. The worst part about this product is that even though they say the wire gauge is ample, if you use double staples to make the lights uniform and even, the wire shorts, cuts, and frays easily thus requiring replacement. I'd be happy to pay more to have a more ruggedized version.
November 30, 2014