Could you give me an idea of how bright the lights are please?
A: These string lights are not very bright, but are designed to give off more of glow because of the tinted globes. A picture of the string lights lit is on this page: https://www.partyswizzle.com/PiratePartyDecorations.html
Q: Can you please tell me what power source is needed for these? Thanks
A: These string lights use 120V 60Hz AC power.
Q: Can I take the glass part out and change the color myself of one of the bulbs?
A: If I understand the question correctly, you can remove the plastic light covers and change the color of the bulb.
Q: What size are they (diameter)? Are they electric or battery operated??
A: The buoy light cover diameter is 2.5 inches; this light string is electric.
Q: What color is the wire, white or dark green? Do you have both options available?
A: The wire is dark green; this is the only option available from the manufacturer.
Q: How long is the string of lights?? Need to know how many sets to order. Thank you
A: Each strand is 8.5-feet long with a 6-foot lighted length. In other words, they measure 8.5 feet from end-connector to end-connector and 6 feet from the 1st buoy light to the last buoy light.
Q: Hi - I'm sorry. Also, we need 4 sets. Can you connect 4 or only 3 recommended? If so, why? Thanks, Danielle
A: The manufacturer recommends stringing up to 3 sets together for safety. More sets may overload the wiring, which should blow the fuse.
Q: can two strings of lights be connected?
A: Yes, each set includes end-to-end connectors on each end; the manufacturer recommends stringing up to 3 light set together.
Q: are these light strings led lights?
A: These string lights are not LED lights; they are standard incandescent mini lights.
Q: I saw these in Coastal Living Magazine and they were lime, orange, turquoise clear glass with the twine wrap. Is that choice available?
A: Yes, they are available on this page (Natural Twine option). The lights cast an orange glow in the Coastal Living magazine feature photo, but the buoy light covers are lime green, turquoise, and clear.
Q: I saw the lights in a Costal Living magazine. The color of the bulbs looked gold but in the home page of the Web site they are blue, green, white. Can you tell me the actual colors of the bulbs?
A: The buoy light covers are blue, green and clear, while the bulb is white/clear. I assume the lighted incandescent bulb created an orange/gold cast to the photo in the magazine.