Last year Clay and I noticed some really cool Christmas lights. They immediately caught our eye and I wanted some but had no idea what they were called or where we could get them. I couldn’t really do a web search because I didn’t’ know what to search! This year, though, they were a little more popular in our area and much easier to find. Laser Christmas Lights.
This item will be on our 2016 Holiday Gift Guide.
We were lucky enough to receive one to test out and write about. All opinions are strictly our own and were formed through personal testing. Here’s what we think about them.
I love the laser light projector sold by Nuvending. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, they are the lights that you see that cast millions of tiny lights across the entire home, yard, etc. They can make your home look like you went all Clark Griswold only you don’t have to climb all over the house stringing bunches of Christmas lights together.
Nope, all you have to do it push the metal stake of one laser light into the ground, plug it in, adjust it up/down and side/side and you’re done. I love that these lights, unlike other brands, have a completely metal housing. The housing on the lights is metal and so is the stake so it is very firm and secure and easy to push into the hard ground. The housing is also waterproof so you don’t have to worry about it being out in the weather.
Operating ambient temperature: -14.8° to 89.6° F (-26° to 32° C)
Push the power button on the included remote control and you have millions of lights covering your home. Well, that was easy! And since Clay had emergency surgery to repair an umbilical hernia a couple weeks ago, he needed easy. He couldn’t decorate this year and we were both sad and a bit bah humbug. I plugged in our laser light, turned them on and immediately cheered up. They are so pretty!
Remote Distance:Within 65.6ft(20m)
If our yard were a bit bigger I could have moved the light farther away from the house and spread the lights out some. As it is, I can still cover my entire house by placing the laser Christmas lights at one end and in an angle. It shines on the length of our home and cast red and green lights everywhere. I took one photo of the lights at dusk and one when it was pitch black outside. They shine brightly.
The ones in our area are so popular this year, though, that some nasty folks have been stealing them from peoples yards. So we had to take some security measures and put up a hidden camera. I also brought ours in at night since it was so easy to use. You literally just stick it in the ground and plug it in. So I left the drop cord out and just brought the light in each night when we went to bed. While it was on, I had the security camera to keep an eye on things.
This particular model offers both red and green lights. You can alternate and choose to use only red, only green or both together. You can also choose to keep them static, flash red and green, flash only red or flash only green. I like to leave them static. They almost seem to twinkle even when not flashing.
It also has a timer function. You can set them to turn off after 2, 4, 6 or 8 hours. If you’re able to leave yours outside the timer function is a great option to use.
Laser Christmas Light Features:
- Waterproof Outdoor Laser Christmas Lights
- Red and Green
- 2 colors Mode Changable
- Timer Function
- Landscape Projector with UL certified transformer
- Metal Housing
- Laser beam projector covers over 600 square feet
If you’re looking for gorgeous Christmas lights with minimal work, check out this cool laser light available by NuVending.
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Crystal is a stay-at-home- mom, living in KY with her husband and children. She is a travel and lifestyle blogger encouraging folks to live their life one adventure at a time while also focusing on beauty, health and lifestyle. From time to time she also likes to showcase her adorable pets along with her family. Along with Cinnamon Hollow she can be found at The Martin Family Adventure … read more
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