Christmas Tree Lights
PLEASE READ - 2020 Covid19 update
"In the light of today's announcement (22nd September 2020) by the UK Government, we have made the difficult decision NOT to supply Christmas trees and Christmas tree services this season. Our client base made up of 85% business, and 15% residential customers in Central London and the Home Counties include offices, hotels, theatres, Cathedrals and Churches, schools, hospitals and venues. Uncertainty regarding Government measures, logistics, the supply chain and concerns regarding the health of our customers and staff have been the reason for our decision. We would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas for 2020; we will be back in 2021 and of course, apologise for any inconvenience caused." Jeremy
On 22nd December, 1882 Edward H. Johnson, a colleague of inventor Thomas Edison proudly displayed 80 red, white and blue walnut sized incandescent light bulbs on a real Christmas tree at his home on Fifth Avenue in New York. Seen as a publicity stunt by the local press it was not until the story was published by a Detroit newspaper that Johnson gained the recognition he deserved and is still regarded as the Father of Christmas Tree Lights.
Technology has moved on since 1882 and Deliver me a Christmas tree now only stock quality LED Christmas tree Fairy Lights. Incandescent Christmas tree fairy lights (if one bulb blows the whole string goes!) were fazed out in 2005. LEDS save energy, emit less heat and if one bulb blows the rest of the string will remain illuminated. Each string of real LED Christmas tree fairy lights are rated for up to 50,000 hours and have 8 functions including static, slow fade and chasing. They are energy saving Christmas tree lights and represent excellent value. Delivery to the United Kingdom only.
Sets of 120 LEDS (warm-white, white, multi-coloured, blue, red, gold, green and pink), 240 LEDS (warm-white, white, multi-coloured, blue) and 360 LEDS (warm-white, white and multi-coloured) are available to buy online this season.