Are you tired of hanging lights on your house each year, just to take them down again a month later? Do you feel compelled to compete with your neighbors for just the right lighting effects to inspire the holiday spirit? You should try the Points of Light LED projector. You don’t have to climb a ladder, storage isn’t a problem, set up is as easy as putting it on your lawn, and it’s remote controlled. You can even control more than one projector from the same remote.
There are other benefits to switching from traditional string lights to a light show projector. For one thing, you don’t have to worry about finding a faulty bulb just to get the rest of lights to work. Use of LED lights is energy efficient and the projector covers a wide area (up to 50 feet wide). There are 98 different color combinations that you can use, and alternate between. It’s hard to beat that!
Points of Light LED projectors can be used indoors as well as outdoors for fun and entertaining year round celebrations. It’s weather resistant for outdoor use, which can include more than just holiday decoration. In my opinion it’s also a great way to signal out your home to guests who may not know where you live. You don’t have to worry about tying balloons to the mailbox that deflate or become obscured by parked cars, or posting eye sore signs. And it works great for finding apartments too.
Available at Wal Mart (at a great sale price), you ought to get yours now. You can use it all year, and have it ready for your holiday light displays. I’m telling you, you’ll be glad you invested in such an easy, versatile and cool light display!
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