Some different types of GE, also known as General Electric, holiday lighting include Energy Smart Colorite in clear bulbs, String-A-Long 100-count bulbs in clear and color, Pro-Line commercial grade 300-count lights in both clear and colored bulbs, Energy Smart Super Bright Sugar Plum lights and Holiday Classic Super Sphere lights in a variety of colors. GE also makes strings of Constant-ON Icicle lights to hang from the roof and rope lights to light sidewalks or railings.
Most types of GE holiday lights come on white and green wires to blend with a Christmas tree, snow or white framing of a roof. There are strings of lights that stay constantly lit when plugged in, others that blink and even those that will twinkle to the beat of holiday music.
The line of GE iTwinkle lights is compatible with an iPhone or Android application called iTwinkle Light. This works by turning on the app and playing some favorite holiday tunes and then just sitting back and watching the lights dance to the melody.
GE is a household name that has been around for over a century. The company combined manufacturing of their holiday lights with Nicholas Holiday, Inc. about 30 years ago. The dynamic duo decorate the Christmas tree at the White House each year with their lights.