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Our tree had super bright white led lights last year after the multicoloured ones died. This year I want gentle warm white ones that won't dazzle me or burn my retinas. I've left it late, I should have been more organised but we've had a busy few weeks. Can you tell me where to get nice ones. A point and click Amazon prime job would be perfect! 😄
We got some nice ones in B&Q today
We just replaced ours this weekend. Got them from Aldi £14.99 for 360 multi function LED ones. (They also had ice white and multi coloured)
I have recently bought a few sets of these as I don't like the flashing ones and get fed up having to reset them to static every time you switch on the multi function ones. Haven't put them up yet, but hoping they are warm white as it says!
Our lights died this year too. I've replaced with red berry lights which look nice and are non retina burning.
I bought these yesterday and they are very warm white, really look like they could be a candle flame in the dark.So I would say anything that is warm white from this manufacturer on amazon would be good enough.www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00OM08G46/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?psc=1&tag=mumsnetforum-21&ie=UTF8
Tesco! Bought theirs last year and they are lovely.Made the mistake of buying new ones this year and got warm white from Argos which are actually yellow
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