Types Of Battery Operated Christmas Lights

If you want to save on energy this Christmas, Nathan James Dodd thinks you should look no further than Battery Operated Christmas Lights.

Created by David Coton on Monday, 30th of November, 2015.
Updated on Thursday, 23rd of February, 2017.


Excellent battery operated Christmas lighting is now available in many forms from fairy lights to wreaths, silhouettes and illuminated ornaments.

Static and Multi-functional

Konstsmide offer a variety of light sets both static and multi-functional, white and multi-coloured. You don't need a nearby mains socket and most sets can be used inside the house or out in the garden and come with a timer or dusk to dawn sensor.

Premier Battery Time Lights can measure up to 20 metres (200 light set) and a 6 hour timer minimises power consumption. Designed for indoor and outside use, there is an eight function multi-action controller.

The same company offers many other decorative items including snowing shower lights, bead garlands and lovely candles with dancing flames that will look beautiful on a side table or as a dining table centrepiece.

Candles and Silhouettes

In addition to their light sets, Konstsmide also have a superb selection of lifelike flickering candles. Their wreaths sparkle with LEDs and your favourite festive animals such as polar bears and reindeer together with a snowman and penguins, are internally lit by LEDs.

For your window, there are exquisite Konstsmide alpine scene silhouettes, expertly crafted using fret cut wood and warm white lighting. For something completely different, your walls can be decorated with illuminated canvases from Premier that feature a montage of Christmas scenes.

Finally, and the most energy efficient lighting of all are LED pathway and multi-action lights that are solar powered and will transform your garden with zero running costs.

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