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battery lights.

does anyone know if there's any battery-operated lights and where i can get them?
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dvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the tree
you mean corded ones? never heard of that
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Yes. You can get them at Walgreens (at least out here you can). Every one I've seen is short, though, and most of them are LED now (batteries last a LOT longer that way).
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do you know how short?
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Here's a typical battery operated light set:
https://ssl.adhost.com/noveltylights...pid=201&step=4
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about an hour ago, i just bought a string of 10 clear lights that takes two C batterys from dollar general for $1.00

i used them to light up a little village i have. I wanted to see if they had any that went outside so i wouldnt have to deal with extension cords.
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ChristmasLights is a new face around here!
about an hour ago, i just bought a string of 10 clear lights that takes two C batterys from dollar general for $1.00
I think I got the same light strands as you and now you can get them for only 50 cents at Dollar Stores, its awesome. There great for the wreath on the front door that you want lit, but dont want an extension cord draping around.
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