You know the drill! It's Christmas season, the tree is nicely decorated, the lights are shining brightly. It's time to go to bed, and you need to turn the Christmas Tree Lights off. The last thing you feel like doing is crawling around under the prickly needles of the Douglas Fur to unplug them.
These ornaments look great on the tree or other holiday display, but are actually tiny remote controls for your lights. Plug the ornament into a standard wall outlet and then plug your holiday lights into the receptacle. It’s very simple to install and small enough to store along with your holiday lights.
This video will show you how to set up and use the Christmas Tree Ornament Light Controller. This device eliminates the need to reach around the back of the Christmas tree to turn off the Christmas tree lights. This light controller doubles as a beautiful Christmas ornament and with the touch of a finger will turn the tree lights off and on.
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Don't crawl under your Christmas tree anymore to turn the lights on and off. Using the 1225L, simple touch this brass colored ornament and your lights will turn on and off.
Touch the ornament to turn Christmas tree lights on and off. Controls up to 1200 miniature Christmas tree lights (600 watts max.)
Control your Christmas tree lights without crawling around under the tree! Just touch these beautiful ornaments and your lights will turn on and off, or even dim. These ornaments look great as decorative items but are also great functional products.
Although they look like simple Christmas Tree decorations, these are actually tiny remote controls for your Christmas Tree lights.
You plug the ornament into a standard wall outlet and then plug your tree lights into the holiday touch control. When you want to turn on your lights, simply walk up and touch the ornament and the lights will turn on. To turn the lights off, simply tap or touch the ornament again.