GE offers up green LED Christmas lights for the Griswold in you

Nov 18, 2010

When it comes time to decorate for Christmas, most of us go all out with the decoration on the home. The lights can be blinding in some neighborhoods and the number of light some folks use is crazy. The extra power used to run these lights has to be significant.

If you are a green geek that wants to decorate with lights outside your house, but you want to save energy too GE has some high-tech green lights just for you. GE will be offering new icicle lights in multiple colors that consume 20% less power than standard lights.

GE is also offering G-35 light strings with 14-color changing patterns with lengths of 29-40 feet with 36 or 50 lights per strand. The real cool part about these lights using less juice is that you can string more of them together before that stupid fuse blows and you have to search for a replacement. Green can be good at the holiday's Mr. Grinch.

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