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Old 03-10-2016, 10:27 PM   #1
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Hello just scoped up these globe lights from camping world, I was wondering if anyone else has this set? And if so what wattage lights have you used and have you tried to install a dimmer? Thanks Click image for larger version

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I was looking at the Bronze version but they are a lot of Money like $80.00


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Yes they are usually expensive the 6 pack is usually 80.00 and the 10 pack in 130.00 but I scooped this 10 pack up for 64.00 on sale and with a coupon


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Hello just scoped up these globe lights from camping world, I was wondering if anyone else has this set? And if so what wattage lights have you used and have you tried to install a dimmer? Thanks Attachment 101581


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We have the ten set and put 25w colored bulbs in each to match globes

Anything bigger wattage is too bright without a dimmer


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Ok thanks!


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Old 03-11-2016, 10:56 PM   #6
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Had the big globes. Bought these last weekend. Trailer still covered. So, no pics with camper.

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Besides the LED awning lights I run these on the roller part of the awning, cheaper and gives a lot of light. I am getting the transformer that allows me to make them change colors too.

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I have a set of those led waterproof string too, haven't decided what to do with them yet, I was thinking around the inside of the slide to illuminate the dinette area


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We have the ten set and put 25w colored bulbs in each to match globes

Anything bigger wattage is too bright without a dimmer


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Ok thanks I was thinking 40 but maybe I should just get 25 watt bulbs, did you use rough service bulbs, regular or LED bulbs? I'm thing LED due to them being bounced around a lot in travel and putting up and taking down


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Ok thanks I was thinking 40 but maybe I should just get 25 watt bulbs, did you use rough service bulbs, regular or LED bulbs? I'm thing LED due to them being bounced around a lot in travel and putting up and taking down


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They are not rough service nor LED

They are the colored ones you can buy at Christmas time - there is a website called 1000bulbs.com that sells them in every color even pink, orange , purple and yellow

You could get clear globes and put in those LED bulbs that change colors too - lots of options


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