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Light Keeper Pro-The Complete Tool For Fixing Your Christmas Lights

Updated on June 16, 2014

Every year I take out my Christmas decorations and dread the thought that my lights aren't going to work. That means I will have to fiddle with them until I am so frustrated that I end up throwing them away or putting them back for storage for another year. Well I have found a new tool that can help you repair Christmas light easily.

It is a all in one tester and make repairing sets of mini lights easily. I check for continuity and easily pull bad bulbs out. I store extra bulbs in the handle. I use the tool to test fuses and it came with a battery so I used it out of the package. It is sure to be one of the best tools for the holiday season and is something that I will use year after year. I found it simple to use and it comes and set of instructions that I saved will be used refer to every Christmas decorating season to refresh my memory.

I have already used my tool and tested my first bad strand of lights. I was amazed at how much time I saved doing repairs. I can even use it on my Halloween strands since I have several I put back in the storage box when they failed to light this year. Now I can get other Christmas decor because I don't have to get more lights this year now they are repaired. I love it and I plan to give my girls one of their own as part of their holiday gift. I think they will enjoy how easily they can use it. I am one of those moms that makes sure everyone is happy during the holidays.

National Tree 7.5-Foot North Valley Spruce Tree, Hinged (NRV7-500-75)
National Tree 7.5-Foot North Valley Spruce Tree, Hinged (NRV7-500-75)

Hinged branch construction

Flame-resistant and non-allergenic

Assembly and shaping instructions included

Reusable storage carton

5 year warranty

 

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