Gemmy Light Show Specifications


Gemmy Industries is an American company, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, that started in 1984. The company specializes in holiday and outdoor living products, especially lighting. One line of Gemmy products is the LightShow series, which features colored Christmas lights in different shapes and sizes. You can purchase the LightShow line of products from local retailers, including Walmart, Kmart and The Home Depot.

Tech Tree

  • The LightShow Tech Tree is five strings of lights that secure to the ground via stakes, creating a lighted tree with a star on top. The tree creates a show of blinking and moving lights, and the lightshow is on a five-minute loop. You can install this tree with up to 16 different Gemmy Light Show pathway sets. You can set up this tree either indoors or outdoors, and it is weather resistant. The tree uses 27 light emitting diode (LED) bulbs, and it plugs into a standard outlet. As of 2010, this product costs approximately $60.

Holiday LightShow

  • The Holiday LightShow allows you to set any lighted decor to music. The lights will blink and move to the music’s tempo. To use this device, plug your decoration into the hub, and you can also set up the timer so that the lightshow starts at a designated time. The Holiday LightShow hub comes with 10 songs, but you can attach your MP3 player into the media jack, which allows you to add your own music. You can use this product either indoors or outdoors, and it comes with a stake to hold it in the ground. It even has an outdoor speaker. As of 2010, this product costs approximately $130.

Color Changing

  • The LightShow Color Changing Light String features different colored lights, ranging from red to blue to pink to green. The Color Changing Light String comes with large LED bulbs, and you can use these as house or tree lights. These lights plug into a regular outlet. You can connect different strings of lights together to create a larger display. As of 2010, these lights cost approximately $30.


  • The LightShow Peppermint Pathway Markers are pathway markers in the shape of lollipops. The lollipops have stripes similar to peppermints, and range in color from white and red to blue to green. You can use these LED lights either indoors or outdoors. The Peppermint Pathway Markers are set up on a five-minute loop. These lights stake into the ground. You can sync the markers with up to 16 different Gemmy pathway sets. As of 2010, this product costs between $35 and $50.

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