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February 25th, 2014 79 comments

Rewind – Doctor Who Tardis String Lights

Doctor Who Tardis String Lights

Please note: This item runs on 110v – you will need a voltage adaptor to use them in their current form in the UK

Available from www.thinkgeek.com

Thinkgeek offer economy postage to the UK and these are below any duty charge, Total cost about £18


Throw your own time lord party with the TARDIS String Lights. Each string measures 9 feet long and features 10 mini TARDIS lights. Perfect for indoor or outdoor use, you can make any gathering a little more timey-wimey. The light string comes with four replacement lights, but you can plug in your standard holiday light string bulbs if your party is not bound by typical temporal parameters.

Product Specifications…

  • Is your party bound by typical temporal parameters?
  • 10 TARDIS lights per string
  • Multiple strings can be plugged into each other
  • Plug into any outlet, indoors or out
  • 4 replacement lights included
  • Officially licensed Doctor Who collectible
  • Dimensions: Each string is 9 feet long
  • Operated by 120V AC

The lights in our back garden…


Categorised under: General, Novelty

79 comments

  • Kimberley

    December 18th, 2014 - 11:08am

    Another Aussie here, also using a legit adaptor … but I have burned through all 4 replacement bulbs within 24 hours of receiving them. The first that blew had melted the bulb holder, and that was in the first hour or so of use. So yes, they could definitely start a fire. I did hop on the internet wondering about finding replacement bulbs but the inner responsible adult is telling the outer geek that it’s not worth the risk …

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  • Koen Schreurs

    December 10th, 2014 - 3:45pm

    Hello! Can someone help me? I got it for my birthday but I live in the Netherlands. So we’ve 230 Voltage. Can someone tell me what kind of lights these small lights are? Then I can replace them for the same kind which can handle the 230 Voltage. Thanks!!

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    • MrHaloWho

      December 10th, 2014 - 6:01pm

      120V I think

  • Aimee

    February 25th, 2014 - 11:34pm

    I’ve had my lights for a couple months after finally messing about finding the right uk adaptor and before tonight have been soft light but working, but today they just randomly stopped…any help?

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    • Anastasiia

      July 21st, 2014 - 9:27pm

      Have just the same problem. I was watching Teen Wolf and the lights were on the wall besides me and I didn’t even notice when they had stopped working. I think it’s because one of ten lights just burned or something like that and after that all the lights stopped working. I’d like to check it but I don’t know how to open these little tardises and not to break them omg

  • Wanda

    December 4th, 2013 - 6:50pm

    Does anyone know where i can get cheap tardis lights please?

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  • Yvonne Ritenberg

    December 2nd, 2013 - 10:34am

    Hello I did not buy my lights from you but just sending you a warning mine caught fire on my Christmas tree this afternoon I tried them they were fine then 15 minutes later I could smell plastic burning and noticed one on fire so please be carefull.let your customers know not to have them on to long.

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    • booboo

      December 2nd, 2013 - 10:35am

      where do you live are you in the UK?

    • booboo

      December 2nd, 2013 - 10:53am

      doesn’t sound good

      so you are in the States? reason i ask is that people have been buying them in the UK and plugging into mains, voltage is 240 here not 110 so they would overheat

    • Yvonne Ritenberg

      January 2nd, 2014 - 2:00am

      Hello booboo I live in Australia, I bought mine on Amazon, our voltage here is higher but had a special circuit breaker so that they would not over heat not sure what happened but they did.

  • LuffyNoTomo

    October 21st, 2013 - 2:03am

    what i was curious about – is they come with a light that has a red tip – usually that means if you change one light with that red tip one – it should be able to flash but i can’t seem to get the tardis open to change a bulb and the instructions don’t help much

    if anyone has a movie of them flashing or can tell me how to change the bulb that would be nice – thanks for reading~!

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    • LuffyNoTomo

      October 21st, 2013 - 2:22am

      Never mind i ended up figuring it out =3

    • shell

      November 25th, 2013 - 7:03pm

      What did you do? I’m in the same boat.

    • Rachel

      November 30th, 2013 - 3:38am

      Me too! Just got mine today and I’m a bit stumped on trying to get to the light itself.

    • Anonymous

      November 30th, 2013 - 9:10am

      I came here looking for an answer as well. So the TARDIS is split into two pieces that provide a casing for the light. So stick a fingernail or something tiny and flat into the crease on the side and pull apart. Hope that helps.

    • Anonymous

      January 11th, 2014 - 10:55pm

      They simply pull apart! At first I was kinda scared when it popped but it simply came apart, but be careful.

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