Herrnhuter star chain yellow/red

    10 plastic stars approx. 13 cm ø for attaching to the included light chain (230 V)t.


    Delivery time: around 5-25 working days depending on the country



    Herrnhuter star chain yellow/red

    The original Herrnhut stars adorn many apartments, churches and squares in the Advent and Christmas season. For more than 160 years, they have been handmade in a variety of sizes and colors, each of which has 25 peaks – 17 square and 8 triangular.

    The light string works in parallel with a transformer. This ensures a constant voltage for each individual incandescent lamp. The chain continues to light up even if individual lamps fail. Defective light bulbs are immediately recognizable. In addition, the electrical connection is only on one side. A laying in the circle is no longer necessary. 

    Technical details:

    • 10 plastic stars approx. 13 cm ø for attaching to the included light chain (230 V)
    • 1 light chain, 15m long, lamp spacing 1m, 2 spare bulbs
    • 1 transformer, cable length 2m, distance to the first incandescent lamp 3m
    • For indoor and outdoor use, fairy lights are weatherproof!

    Additional information

    Weight5 kg
    We dispatch your order using DHL as shipping carrier, depending on your destination country. Shipping costs can be viewed at checkout after submitting your address.
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