Yesterday I opened up the tote that contains the lights for the Christmas tree. I pushed that tote to the side and told my husband that was his department. You know how it goes, the lights are strung across the tree or woven around the porch outside, and a string of lights is out. That's when I start making a pile of strings of lights that are not working - the ones that have lost their way to sparkle. Do we have to get rid of the whole string of lights?
Nope, you don't LightKeeper Pro is the complete tool to fix incandescent light sets.
I also have a really hard time putting the lights on the porch or the back fence because I don't end up with the right piece to plug in multiple sets to keep the string end to end lit. It might be comical, but the struggle is real.
Light strings have found a place in the great outdoors year around, from sidewalk table seating to fancy restaurants, to tree lined sidewalks, white lights are everywhere these days. Sometimes I think the trees should get some peace and quiet and unplug the lights, but hey I'm not a tree expert. I've also seen where half the tree is shiny bright, and the other half is completely out, LightKeeper Pro is able to fix incandescent light set, test bulbs, and fuse test. There are instructions with each Light Keeper Pro package.
see how LightKeeper Pro works in this video:
- LIGHTKEEPER PRO set includes
- bulb tester
- fuse tester
- 9 volt battery (already installed)
- 10 spare bulbs- because who keeps that little pack of spare light bulbs that comes in the box of light strings?