C5, C7 and C9 Christmas Lights
What are C5, C7 and C9 Lights?
While some people aren't familiar with the term C5, C7 and C9 when it comes to Christmas lighting, they are very recognizable the second you see them, even if you don't know that's what they're called today.
Years ago these larger size Christmas lights were what were available and used, with the C7 being the smaller of the two, with a length of about 2 inches including the base. A C9 is the same shape, but with a size a little bit longer than the C7. The C5 is a little smaller than the other two. You'll recognize them by the size and shape the second you view them below.
I still use these fantastic lights, and they shine brightly as ever, and work in many situations inside and outside the house.
These obviously aren't a shy type of light, and they brightly light up any place you put them. C5, C7 and C9 Christmas lights are still a highly desired and used decoration, and you can see why from the photos below.
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Below this first photo you can see how they look on a Christmas tree and how they're designed a little differently, taking on the general design of a diamond.
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