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The LED Santa’s Light Pole will allow you to complete your North Pole theme when decorating for the holidays. It has 262 mini LED light bulbs and stands 72 inches in height. The bulbs are red and white, forming stripes and patterns all across its shape.
Weight: 9.35 lbs
Number Of Lights: 262.00
Lead Length: 6 feet
Wire Gauge: 22 AWG
Male Plug Type: Fused/Stackable
Female Plug Type: End-to-End
Bulb Type: Mini
Removable Bulbs: Yes
If you’re looking to transform your home or business into the headquarters of Christmas, the North Pole itself, you’re going to want something to really set apart your Santa, elves, sleighs, and reindeer with something special, such as the LED Santa’s Light Pole. Built from and held up by a rigid, power-coated steel frame, this post is wrapped with white electrical wiring and adorned with 262 LED mini light bulbs. This item will prove to be a dependable ornament for repeated use over the years while also guaranteeing an impressive display quality. It stands 72 inches tall and its widest point extends 42 inches across. When viewed from the front, the framework forms the impression of a vertical column topped with a sphere and featuring a horizontal shaft from which a sign reading “Santa” is hung. The 262 lights spread throughout the post are red and white, forming different patterns depending on the section of the ornament. The column is striped with zigzags, and the sphere is striped vertically. The horizontal shaft is white, the sign alternates red and white, and the letters spelling out ‘Santa’ are pure white. The nearly 300 mini LED bulbs are specifically designed for a long-lasting quality. They can also be removed by the consumer and easily replaced, should a burnout occur. The power cord for this item is six feet in length, and an extension cord can be used for bridging any longer gaps between your LED Santa’s Light Pole and the power source. Set your home or corporate display apart from the rest, letting children and passersby capture a glimpse of what goes on in the North Pole this Christmas season.
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