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    Default Buying Incandescent Icicle Lights

    I need 24 18 ft sets of 300-bulb incandescent icicle lights. 12 in Red and 12 in Blue. Currently I have only found on seller that has these, and he wants over $400 for the 24 sets (including shipping). I could also add a set of green for 2011, which would take the total to well over $600 .. That price would seem really good if these were the Everglow type, but they are just plain old icicle lights (nothing special).

    I can't seem to find anything but clear icicles on any of the favored Christmas sites.

    I don't want to wait too long to find out these are starting to vanish ! Are these lights becoming obsolete due the the onslaught of LED lights ?
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    Default Re: Buying Incandescent Icicle Lights

    I'm planning to put up blue LED icicles simply because I have them and I don't have the current available from that particular controller for incandescents. I wouldn't wait much longer either way, if I were in your position.

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