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Commercial grade Xmas lights

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So this year a customer buys a bucket truck , as opposed to renting

and all to decorate big tall trees with xmas lights :rolleyes:

but he wants some durable lights

so......anyone have luck with these, or can suggest something heavy duty?

http://www.commercialgradechristmaslights.com/


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These are as commercial as I have ever seen. It is the "circle of lights" downtown Indianapolis. They are strung from the top of the monument to the ground along 1/4" steel cables raised from the ground with a wire puller. It is pretty cool to see lit up at night. I did not take these pictures. They are posted online.
 

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So this year a customer buys a bucket truck , as opposed to renting

and all to decorate big tall trees with xmas lights :rolleyes:

but he wants some durable lights

so......anyone have luck with these, or can suggest something heavy duty?

http://www.commercialgradechristmaslights.com/


~CS~
Steve, the ones in your link, like Jlarson pointed out, are crap. 20 guage wire? Seriously?

Check these out:

http://www.1000bulbs.com/category/christmas-light-stringers-and-spools/

These are for standard C7/C9 bulbs, incandescent or LED type. Browse the site for other types and styles. For example, LED C7 style: http://www.1000bulbs.com/category/led-c7-christmas-light-strings/

18 guage should be the minimum for commercial lights.
 
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