Take an evening drive through downtown Orlando and you'll encounter elm trees
bejeweled with hundreds of cascading points of light. Their digitally precise pulsing reveals that they are LEDs. And suspended
over Orange Avenue at Central Boulevard is the city's heirloom Jack Kazanzas
Christmas Star, a tradition since 1955, now amid an upgraded constellation of
4,500 LED lights. Should you, too, dig deeper into your wallet to drape your home with
light-emitting-diode wonderment? That's depends on whether you think a string of
lights you buy today is disposable in the new year.
Are LED Christmas lights worth extra cost?
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