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I was really excited when I got the opportunity to review the Leapair Curtain Lights. I love decorating my house with unique products! I have seen people use curtain lights before and it always looked so pretty! I am so glad that I decided to review this! I ordered these off of Amazon. The first thing I have to say is that the curtain lights are exactly as described which is great! I have Amazon Prime, so the lights arrived quickly. If you don’t have Amazon Prime, I highly recommend it!
These lights are 19.69fx x 9.8ft. It was bigger than I had expected. I decided to hang up my curtain lights in my living room behind my curtains. I have thin curtains so I thought it would be perfect to add a nice sparkle to my living room. The lights were neatly packaged in the box and was tied to where none of the string of lights got tangled. When I plugged up the lights, all seemed to be working. Now, this is what I really liked. There are eight setting modes: combination, waves, sequential, slogs, chasing/flash, slow fade, twinkle/flash and steady on. I prefer tinkle/flash. I think it is very soothing and relaxing. It also really lights up the room. I was pleasantly surprised as to how bright the lights were! The lights do have 600LED.
So as you can imagine, there are multiple uses for the curtain lights. You can use them for outside decoration for Christmas time as it states it is water and cold resistance. When you read on Amazon, it says the LED curtain is constructed to ensure water resistance and the LED lights are filled with antifreeze for protection against low temperature. So it would be perfect for Christmas decor. Now, I am not sure if I am going to take mine down and use them outside, but I might this year!
One thing that I did notice since I had to hang the lights pretty high (to ensure it wasn’t dragging the floor) was that I had to use an extension cord to plug it in. I didn’t have to use a very big one. I had a 25 foot extension cord and had plenty of cord to work with. I guess it just really depends where you hang your curtain light. Also, make your hang the main wire and get it secure before you untie each string of lights, otherwise it will get heavy and fall on you. I learned the hard way!