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I'm in trouble. Shipping cost for me to Hawaii is $25 to $50 for one green product. I want to cry now. Any other list of places to purchase. Checked amazon. Get red version. Is this a new type? No info available.

The red version is the LightKeeper and is for incandesents only.

Here's a list of where the LEDKeeper is supposedly available - including the ability to order it direct from the maker:

http://www.ledkeeper.com/where-to-buy

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Nobody would buy a battery and couple of straight pins, but package it with the technology that allows you to pierce inulation? Groundbreaking!!!

Not that easy. I am the inventor of LED Keeper.

I'm in trouble. Shipping cost for me to Hawaii is $25 to $50 for one green product. I want to cry now. Any other list of places to purchase. Checked amazon. Get red version. Is this a new type? No info available.

The red version is the old one. Used for incandescents.

Edit: Tim beat me to it.

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Ace Hardware had it for $38.00 which is just far too much for it. Also, what do you do when you use both load jumpers?

Drew

I just got mine for $25.00 there today

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D C, Thank you so much. Just got it today. This is a must have tool. Found one of my strings, wire for the bulb was backward. Easy to use. Without it, I would have threw it out into the trash. Much mahalo again. Aloha

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D C, Thank you so much. Just got it today. This is a must have tool. Found one of my strings, wire for the bulb was backward. Easy to use. Without it, I would have threw it out into the trash. Much mahalo again. Aloha

Glad to help you.

Enjoy

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Went to local Menards store last night looking for one - asked manager of holiday section where are they and he told me he had to send back 30 units in the last week because of a quality issue?

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The red version is the LightKeeper and is for incandesents only.

Here's a list of where the LEDKeeper is supposedly available - including the ability to order it direct from the maker:

http://www.ledkeeper.com/where-to-buy

The red version is the old one. Used for incandescents.

Edit: Tim beat me to it.

I think they were refering to this one http://www.amazon.com/LED-Keeper-Light-Repair-Tool/dp/B007H4I8HY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1352391668&sr=8-1&keywords=led+keeper

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I had a box with about 15 strings that were bad. It seemed that a green led bulb was defective in every string. Sacrificed one string, and now I have about 14 good ones.

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I think they were refering to this one http://www.amazon.co...ords=led keeper

I don't believe that product, in red, exists. My guess is they're using some early concept art/prototype photos. I've heard from both representatives from Ultralit and also Dennis C who invented it that they will be available in green and yellow. And it seems they're much more readily availablein green (battery-operated).

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I don't believe that product, in red, exists. My guess is they're using some early concept art/prototype photos.

thats what I was thinking but thats why I got mine from 1000bulbs so I knew I was getting the Green one

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If anyone is interseted in the list for who has the GREEN LED Keeper here it is:

ARETT SALES

1000 Bulbs

ARSALES

Kraynaks

The Christmas Place, Pigeon Forge TN

Christms Light Show

HiTech Lights

Illumimax

UNITED HARDWARE

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If anyone is interested in the list for who has the GREEN LED Keeper here it is:

Dennis,

Add one to the list. I have them as well.

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