Thursday, December 20, 2007

Replace Your Incandescents with LEDs

Do you want to buy some new LED Christmas lights, but wondering what you will do with the old ones?

From now until January 31, 2008, you may mail your old incandescent Christmas lights to for recycling.

The first 100 recyclers will receive one free set of LED Christmas lights. Please see the website for more information on this exciting offer.

Using single color strings of lights makes for festive decorating in your home or yard. LED lights last approximately 50,000 hours, so use them to add light to your driveway, garden, gazebo or deck. Use them for your next party.

The LED bulbs are bright and crystal colored blue, bright or soft white, blue, citrine or red and are shaped like strawberries, raspberries or icicles. You may also buy multicolored, blue and red strings of mini-LEDs as well.


Lisa McGlaun said...

This is a good thing. I'd like to replace all of my old christmas lighting with the LED's. I'm going to look into this site right now. Thanks for the tip.


CyberCelt said...

@lisa-I am going to start replacing all my light bulbs in my home and our travel trailer with LEDs.


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