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  • The Tribeca Blu Three Valentine's Day Red Heart Lights cost me somewhere around ten or twelve dollars when I bought it last year
  • I don't think it was worth either figure that I may have paid for it and I don't think it's worth the fifteen dollars it runs for today as it's still available for purchase
  • After I came across and bought the Sierra Valentine's Day Two Heart Side by Side Light Window Decor item, I wouldn't even consider buying this Valentine's Day decoration if I didn't already have it
  • I bought it at the time because I wanted a flashy Valentine's Day decoration to put up in a window
  • If in search of an attractive heart-shaped red-lit Valentine's Day decoration, then I suggest you take a look at the aforementioned Sierra Valentine's Day Two Heart Side by Side Light Window Decor item or the Penn Distributing Company Double Heart Lighted Window Decor, which has some pink in it


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      The Tribeca Blu Three Valentine’s Day Red Heart Lights cost me somewhere around ten or twelve dollars when I bought it last year. This Valentine’s Day decoration turned out to be a disappointment though and I doubt I’ll use it this year or any other year. I don’t think it was worth either figure that I may have paid for it and I don’t think it’s worth the fifteen dollars it runs for today as it’s still available for purchase. After I came across and bought the Sierra Valentine’s Day Two Heart Side by Side Light Window Decor item, I wouldn’t even consider buying this Valentine’s Day decoration if I didn’t already have it. I bought it at the time because I wanted a flashy Valentine’s Day decoration to put up in a window. When I bought this Valentine’s Day decoration, I thought it would look attractive and festive hanging up near a window via the

      string that came attached to it. At night, I hoped to have an eye-catching display of bright red hearts that formed hearts facing the street. What I ended up with was a rather unimpressive display that wasn’t really something I was eager to show off to those passing by.

      The biggest problem that I have with this Valentine’s Day decoration is how dim the red lights are. They aren’t bright, red lights, like the ones on the Sierra Valentine’s Day Two Heart Side by Side Light Window Decor item. The red lights are too soft and weak in intensity for my tastes. They show up okay at night, but aren’t as eye-catching as I had hoped they would be. I think one of the problems is there are only seven lights per heart. This makes the three hearts that come in this set look kind of bare and dark. They would light up better and look ...


      • more like hearts at night if there were additional lights and the lights were bigger or stronger. The shape of the heart is partially obscured by darkness since the red lights fail to provide enough illumination. The three hearts don’t overlap or anything, instead they hang close to one another, but still remain separate. This could have been an attractive Valentine’s Day decoration, but instead, it left a lot to be desired. I don’t care if the red wiring that forms the shape of the hearts is red, that doesn’t help at all. The red wiring can’t be made out at night and during the day, it’s hard to see as well.

        The Tribeca Blu Three Valentine’s Day Red Heart Lights ended up being a purchase that I wasn’t very satisfied with. I thought I would be able to set up an attractive Valentine’s Day-themed display with the three hearts, but the red lights failed to

        shine as brightly as I would’ve liked. If the red lights had provided a richer degree of illumination, then it wouldn’t have mattered at all that there was only seven lights per heart because the heart shape would’ve been more prominent and easily recognizable. I liked the shape and the length of the hearts, which measured about three foot each way, and I was happy with the number of hearts that came in the packaging, but the poor, small lights ruined this Valentine’s Day decoration in my eyes. If in search of an attractive heart-shaped red-lit Valentine’s Day decoration, then I suggest you take a look at the aforementioned Sierra Valentine’s Day Two Heart Side by Side Light Window Decor item or the Penn Distributing Company Double Heart Lighted Window Decor, which has some pink in it. Both give off better, more brilliant, lighting. I feel that this Valentine’s Day decoration on the other hand is deserving of a “5″ rating.




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