Peep 'N' Peepers
Something Is Watching. . .Give a scare to all those who pass by your yard with these 12' Peep 'N' Peepers. Place the peeper lights in your bushes, by your front door or anywhere! Each strand features three pair of plastic eyes. Their eyes light up, blink and can be placed in different positions.
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- Lights burned out quickly
- Themed Parties
These eyes look great at first, but started burning out after only two days.
- Was this a gift?:
These are great. I put them in the windows with a LED bat....and the haunted house effect takes over. Make sure to stock up on the twinkle 7w mini bulbs for the Peeper's eyes. You can find them over the Web ~25 for $10. Off to plan my Halloween...
- Was this a gift?:
- Easy To Set Up
We attached these eyes to the skeletons in the silver skull fence. It creats a grat effect and makes the fence stand out at night.
- Fits Theme
- Just For Fun
These peepers fit anywhere! I've put them in my bushes and trees, and even strung them in the windows. They all fit well around the cat eyes I got for the big window. Love Halloween. Love these peepers.
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Q:function with electricity or battery?Asked on 9/24/2010 by Anonymous
A:electricityAnswered on 10/26/2010 by kathyfl1 from Frederick, MD
A:The Peep 'N' Peepers will need to be plugged in.Answered on 9/27/2010 by CSR
Q:do they come on a string if so how long / how many on a stringAsked on 9/3/2010 by Anonymous
A:Each strand features three pair of plastic eyes.Answered on 9/7/2010 by csr