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    #11
    how do we check kung pasado sa safety standards yung bibilin nating xmas lights?

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueBimmer View Post
    common sense lang yan, kung bibili nyan gamitin lang pag may tao sa bahay at wag overnight naka-on. iba kasi 24hrs nakasaksak
    Nung may napuntahan akong village dito sa Q.C., madaling araw na naka-on pa din ang xmas lights. hehehe. Baka inaantay si Santa Claus.

    Napabili ng maraming ganyan yung kapatid ko dati. Nililigawan niya kasi yung nagtitinda. Php35/ea pa nga ata...

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by OTEP View Post
    Nung may napuntahan akong village dito sa Q.C., madaling araw na naka-on pa din ang xmas lights. hehehe. Baka inaantay si Santa Claus.

    Napabili ng maraming ganyan yung kapatid ko dati. Nililigawan niya kasi yung nagtitinda. Php35/ea pa nga ata...
    hehe ang unang shipment nyan selling is only P30, hot na hot sobra nagkakaubusan hehe

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    #14
    Yung nagtitinda ng Xmas lights dun sa 168 sobrang init ng stall para kong masusunog pag nadadaanan ko. hehehe. Lahat ata ng stock may display na naka-on.

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    #15
    Quote Originally Posted by BoEinG_747 View Post
    correct sir A1, kaya madami bumibili talaga ng ganyan ..
    ilan pieces ng bulb compare sa 1 set ng xmas light

    kaya lang dapat maayos ang pag install
    at wag naman gamitin ng mahabang oras
    para nasa safe side pa din tayo
    What I mean is, we buy the cheap sets for the bulbs. Yung thin wire pinagtitripan namin for some hobby projects or minor electrical repairs.

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    #16
    haayy kaya nga kami pass muna sa christmas decor. Sira na den naman yung mga christmas lights na nabili namin sa divisoria last year. Iwas gastos na den. Tutal christmas spirit naman wala sa dekorasyon. (tinatamad lang kame mag decorate actually. hehehe)

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    #17
    Probably, the best Christmas Lights I've seen are the SOLAR powered ones. Ganda ng build quality. Bulbs are not ordinary bulbs but rather Superbright LEDs. You wont have to spend a penny over electricity ever again.
    We have two in the garden, ganda

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    #18
    Solar powered flashlight FTW







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    Hey! im not kidding. Its solar cells charge the battery for use at night. hehe

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    #20
    I know, not exactly like yours but we have those solar powered thingy too on our pathway. (I hate those things)










    Edit you do have to agree it's a funny concept.

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