Ever used these Laser lights for outdoor Christmas lighting?

Sure beats the heck out of climbing up and down ladders! They work really good!

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@2699093

They'll be like 20,000 people outside your house just raving, lolz.
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@Ada They'll be like 20,000 people outside your house just raving...

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Looks like an awful lot of inappropriate touching going on!

@Budwick Looks like an awful lot of inappropriate touching going on!

It's like an ebola outbreak waiting to happen.
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@2699093

Uhm, your expectations may be a little high for those laser light thingys - it doesn't look like that GIF - not even close.

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Stolen Christmas lights? JD, if your neighbors may steal your stuff right off your lawn may suggest the all new, Mini-Claymore Mine!
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Just in time for Christmas, the all new Mini-Claymore Mine from Hasbro is certain to keep those predator neighbors at bay. Jimmy Johnson, that ass-wipe kid down the block won't be smashing your mail box, stealing your decorations or crapping on your lawn anymore!

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@2699488

Oh, ... yes... of course!
I knew that!
So, ... don't even look for Mini-Claymore Mine from Hasbro - it's, uhm a joke! I mean, who would want to blow up a neighbor? Amirite? redface smiliejolly smilie

@StarzAbove Nope.

Would you mind elaborating on your answer? hehe smilie

@Rooster O'Tay!

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I've never seen those lights on a house, and we have too many lights outside now....lol

No, but I've seen a few this year. They seem to work best on light-colored houses.

We have a couple of 'em. We shine 'em on pines trees in the back. The lights looks especially cool when there is a breeze moving the limbs.

They're not bright enough to put in the front. The street is over 100' away - you just can't see the reflected light at that distance.

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