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Light Hanging Kit with Gutter/Shingle/Eaves Rapid Release Clips (25-Count)

  • Secures outdoor lighting to gutters, shingles and eaves
  • Easy to set up without using a ladder
  • Stands up to harsh weather conditions
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Product Overview

Our NO LADDER Pro System Shingle/Gutter/Eaves Rapid Release Clips make it easy to affix your Christmas lights to your house without climbing a ladder. Simply attach the clips to your gutters, shingles or eaves via the patented telescoping pole with trigger and add lights. There are 25 clips included in the pack.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.0 in
Product Height (in.)
42
Product Width (in.)
5.75 in

Details

Christmas Light Accessory Type
Extension Pole
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Electrical Features
No Additional Features
Features
Adjustable Height
Holiday Decor Product Type
Light Installation Supplies/Hardware
Included Items
No additional items included
Light Bulb Type Included
No Bulbs Included
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day

Questions & Answers

27Questions43Answers

How do you install the second, third, fourth clip, etc?

Asked by Frustrated November 28, 2015
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I loaded the clip and then just pushed the lights up with it. When the clip locked down the lights stayed in place. I was however placing these on the eves of my house.

How exactly does this device work? How does it snap clips on to the eve of a house? How effective is it in hanging

Asked by Matt November 21, 2015
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You place the square piece into the top of the pole, depending on where you are putting it, it can be face up for eves and shingles and face down for the gutters. You then place the lights into the clip on the inside then once you have it clipped you pull the trigger on the base and pull away. The first couple take a few tries to understand it, but once you do, it goes very fast.

How far apart do you put the clips?

Asked by Leeann December 2, 2016
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I use these with icicle lights and place the clips about every 3 strands of lights. You'll have to gauge the strength of the hold with your own lights, but about every 24" held up fine for me last year and I'm doing the same again this year.

Are clips reusable

Asked by Dcc December 30, 2018
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yes I use them again and again

What is the length fully extended?

Asked by Scott November 27, 2015
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about 20 ft

Can you buy extra clips?

Asked by safiya56 December 12, 2017
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yes, they were at home depot as well. I think it was a box of 50 for $14 or so

Can this be used to hang lights in tall trees?

Asked by Coach November 30, 2016
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Although it probably could, I don't know that it would be ideal. You could use the pole to get the lights up to the height you wanted just fine, but I don't think the clips would be necessary. In fact, it would probably look bad if you used the clips in the tree unless you have a white tree.

How do you remove these clips off the gutter after the holiday with the pole

Asked by Bobby December 6, 2019
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You use the pole, insert to top into the clip and pull it out, or sometimes I just hit the clip with the pole and force it out.

How do I remove the clips and shingles at the end of the season?

Asked by Laura December 10, 2018
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re hook them & take down

If you have a 2 story home, how would hang the lights without a ladder? How many feet does the ex...

Asked by Beth October 26, 2020
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It reaches that height without a doubt but the product doesn’t work, at all, the idea is good but it just doesn’t work, I believe because of the hooks..

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I wish it would clamp all the way closed. We...
I wish it would clamp all the way closed. We found it useful to decorate our trees but challenging because it doesn't clasp the lights unless you have a specific clip in it.
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Life and time saver
There's no way i would have been able to hang my second story lights without this tool. Took a little bit of time to get used to but once i was used to it the process became so easy.
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Works well on gutters with icicle lights
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Given the reviews I was nervous to try this, but I'm so glad I did. I read over the instructions and double checked the pictures on the package to make sure I was using the correct side to clip to the gutters. We followed the directions for the most part. We hooked the lights through the u clip and attached one end to the gutter using the gutter clip. Then we attached the next strand to the end and hooked the lights to the u clip again near the cord connection. This left the second strand still dangling down. For all the clips in between, we put the clip on the pole and angled it so we caught the light strand in the same part of the clip that attaches to the gutter (gutter clip side, not the u clip). Per the instructions you can do it this way or through the u clip but it was too hard to catch it in the u part. The strand can fall off the gutter side part of the clip, but once you get it looped in, slightly turn the pole so the clip is at an angle as you bring the clip up to the gutter. Then straighten out again and slide into the gutter. The strand gets wedged between the gutter and the clip and won't fall out. With the second strand still dangling from where it was connected to the first, we connected a third stand to the end and connected a clip near the connection using the u part of the clip and then clipped to gutter. Then we clipped several in between clips between the plus is the second strand. We did this process for 4 strands. Once we figured out the right technique it took about ten minutes to get all of the lights up. We only had one clip stretch too much to be usable this was because my husband didn't have the correct angle when attaching to the gutter and when he pulled to click it in place, it stretched too much. We didn't have any completely break/snap in half. For gutters it's best to have just a slight and when clipping on. But that may vary based on your gutters. I included a pic of my lights and one that labels the parts of the clip I referenced above. The pole seemed plenty sturdy to me. It extended farther than I expected. I'm 5'3 and was able to do this from the ground without fully extending the pole. I was also able to remove a couple of clips i had attached and reuse them. I believe I'll be able to reuse these next year too! They might need replacing after a couple of years... Only time will tell. But a refill pack is only 13 dollars for a pack of 50 which is well worth it to me. Someone quoted me a couple hundred dollars to hang lights on my house and i was able to do this myself for the cost of this pole. It came with just enough clips. I didn't have to buy any extra. I definitely recommend this.
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Great product! Works well underneath 1.5” eaves.
The product is great for certain applications. Work great under 1.5” thick eaves (fiber cement “board”). Also helpful for running power cables in this application. A bit bulky but not visible at night. They don’t allow for precisely aligning each light but eliminated high ladder work for our tall two story. Still had to get on the ladder to reach the 26’ sections at the peak but being 8’ up instead of 20’ makes a huge difference. If you can have a helper on the ground insert clips it will greatly increase speed and safety. The extended reach also means fewer ladder moves. Heartily recommend for 1.5” eaves but am a bit skeptical about other applications
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My neighbor saw me struggling on the ladder so he offered to lend me his kit. I was a little appr...
My neighbor saw me struggling on the ladder so he offered to lend me his kit. I was a little apprehensive at first, but decide to give it a try. This thing is amazing!!!!! I'm not sure how well it works with gutters or shingles, but it works great with eaves. Attach the clip to the pole, hook clip onto light, push onto eve. It really can't get easier than that. It only took me 45 min to hang 200ft of lights (50ft 2nd floor and 150ft 1st floor). Just ordered my own kit.
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I remember, as a kid, the horror that was "Christmas Light Day," the hooks, the ladders, the curs...
I remember, as a kid, the horror that was "Christmas Light Day," the hooks, the ladders, the cursing under the breath of the adult installing the lights. In a nutshell - these are AMAZING!!! Don't listen to those reviews who don't like them. Listen to those reviews who say, "Take your time, pay attention to the way you are inserting the clips," and watch your lights go up in record time. I just installed 5 sets of lights around 3/4 of our 2,000sqft house in less than an hour and a half (opening the packages and cleanup included) with just the help of my 11 year old; he held the light strands for me. Best light installation product I've ever seen/used. I will be purchasing new hooks next year, as I don't know how well these will hold out over a desert summer. But, 5 stars, three cheers, and hip hip hooray for this product and the ease of installation. I used them on the eaves of my house, if you were wondering; I have vaulted ceilings and my roof is probably 15-18' high - I didn't even use the entire extension for the highest point in the house.
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This pole came in handy! It took a couple of tries to get the hang of it, but afterwards it was s...
This pole came in handy! It took a couple of tries to get the hang of it, but afterwards it was super easy. I was able to not only string the lights onto the shingles but I was also able to hide the extension cord under the eave of the house. I just snapped the clip into the holder and then holding the far end of the light string scooped the lights onto the clip. Then using the pole I clipped it to the shingles. I would have given it five stars but when you fully extend the very top of the pole, it feels like its going to bend and break.
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I have a 32' ladder that couldn't reach the peak off my roof. I had to choose between this product or a longer ladder. $300 vs $30. Sold. I was able to use it while on a high ladder! I mainly used it to secure lights to shingles. It worked perfectly. The clips can be used numerous ways. Glad I wasn't influenced by other reviews. The manufacturer should make an instructional video to help people that lack....
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It's not perfect, but I was able to use it...
It's not perfect, but I was able to use it in a few ways: 1. What normally would go on the gutter, I was able to wedge under a piece of trim that covers where the brick and soffit meet. It was a tight squeeze and I broke a couple clips, but it held 2. Clip first, then hang. I inserted the clip, then used the pole to grap the wire and hook it over the clip. Repeat. 3. I didn't use a ladder to take down any lights or wreaths. I used the pole to knock down window wreaths and suction cups. Unwrap wires around high branches without a ladder. Knock off icicle lights and clips. Saved a ton of time.
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