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Harbour Stripe Paper String Lights

$8.48 - $14.98
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Why We Love It

Decorate with our Harbour Stripe Paper String Lights to create a festive atmosphere featuring our exclusive multicolored stripe pattern. Available in 10 and 35 light strings, they include end-to-end plugs for connecting multiple strands. With a straight-line construction to keep things illuminated even if a bulb burns out, they're the perfect go-to lighting solution for events and entertaining.

Details & Dimensions

  • Made of paper
  • End-to-end plugs can connect up to 3 sets
  • Straight-line construction
  • UL approved
  • If used outdoors, bring in during inclement weather
  • Available in 10-light or 35-light strings, sold separately
  • Available in additional colors and designs, sold separately
  • Replacement Bulbs Available
  • Assembly required
10-light string: 38.5"W x 15.5"L x 7.5"H; Bulb: 1.75"Dia.; 35-light string: 65.5"W x 8"H; Bulb: 1.6"Dia.

Read the Buzz

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Tried and True I thought these were a little pricey. I had to buy two strands and I paid full price. Now that I've had these lights up for three years on my back porch they were well worth it. They have endured rain, wind and hot texas sun. Faded to a pastel stripe, but still work great. Love em'. July 23, 2013
Not work the 30$ I bought the string of 36. The Lanterns come "flat packed" and you have to push a little metal thing (see photo) inside them to expand them. This process was very poorly through out. You are apparently just supposed to pop them right in there no problem. Well after 5, my fingers were already hurting. Some of the lanterns ripped while I was trying to assemble them as the lanterns didn't stretch as much as was required. A few times while trying to "pop" the top nubs of the metal thing in place, it popped through the paper of the lantern, ripping a hole. I ended up getting these on extreme clearance, so I still think they're worth the money I paid (about 10$), but I would never suggest anyone pay the full 30$ for these, the construction is just too poor, and with as many holes as I put in them trying to just get them assembled, they're not as pretty as they could be. May 6, 2013
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