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Christmas lights

Hi everybody.

I would like to ask where (online or in Zurich) I can find multi coloured led lights for the christmas tree, which can blink in different modes/frequencies.

I have searched in many places (migros, galaxus, ikea) but I can only find non blinking ones.

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Old 11.11.2015, 15:26
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Re: Christmas lights

You're more than welcome to steal those from our neighbours - they blink every year and drive me NUTS
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Old 11.11.2015, 15:32
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Re: Christmas lights

Landi and Aldi have a good selection and probably have what you're looking for.
Alternatively, I have seen in the past, a plug-in control box that can be used with static lights, to give different blinking variations.
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Landi and Aldi have a good selection and probably have what you're looking for.
Alternatively, I have seen in the past, a plug-in control box that can be used with static lights, to give different blinking variations.
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Re: Christmas lights

Also Jumbo (and possibly Manor).
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Obi, Hornbach, Coop DIY and Bauhaus too if any of them are near you.
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