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Merry Brite 70 Count Mini Lights

Merry Brite 70 Count Mini Lights

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Here I picked up at my local CVS Pharmacy this weekend (2018-12-22) with an unusual light count of 70 per string. This was on sale with 30 percent discount setting me back only US$ 3.49 for this specimen.

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Light Information

Light Information

Manufacturer:Distributed by CVS Pharmacy, Inc.
Model Reference:HX-70/2F(0.24A) (SKU# 347669)
Lamp
Lamp Type:MultiColoured Transparent Coated Incandescent Light Bulbs
Filament/Radiator Type:C-8 (Coiled Unsupported)
Base:Wired Push Type Jacket
Shape/Finish:T1-3/4
Fixture
Ballast Type:Series (120 mA) each
Socket Type:NEMA 1-15 (Unpolarized)
Electrical
Wattage:28.8 Watts Total (3.5 Volts 420 mW High Bright Bulbs Each)
Voltage:120 Volts 60 Hz
Current:240 mA Total (Two Set of Series Light String)
Physical/Production
Factory Location:Printed in China/Product of Cambodia
Fabrication Date:March 2018 (03/2018C at Label on Wire)
Application/Use:Christmas Decoration

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Dec 29, 2018 at 08:05 PM Author: nogden
70 light strings used to be more common. I had a bunch of them at one time! I see from the details you're already aware that they are 2x 35-light strings together. Man, the lamp spacing is short on these, though.
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