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Christmas Tree Lights: Worst Connector Design
12/5/2013

Worst connectors ever!
Worst connectors ever!

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Ucster
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Poor design
Ucster   12/5/2013 11:19:53 AM
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At $2 or $3 dollars per string it's easier to throw out the old and buy new lights every year.  They certainly are not built to last several seasons. Merry Christmas!

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