Double Bulb Tree

Starting at: $49.95

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What bulb type do you want with your order?

8 in. Stem (Std. 4 pane)

11 in. Stem (6 pane or round)

16 in. Stem (Street Size)

Power Supply Voltage 12 or 24 (Default)

3" Mount threads

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USPTO PATENT Number: US 20070201228 A1



  • Choose Bulbs for a 50% Discount!
  • Choose stem lengths of 8" 11" or 16" 
  • Choose bulbs in 24v series or 12v parallel wiring to match your lighting needs. Comes with mounting washers and nuts. The 12 volt system is a green wire using the stem as a conductor to tie the outside bulb jackets together in parallel instead of in series. 

This bulb tree is intended as a replacement to an existing 24vac gas light conversion bulb tree or to add to an existing 12 or 24 volt AC or DC system. You have a gas lamp head with a 24vac conversion kit already installed and the bulb tree has gone bad and you want it to be as bright and efficient as possible again.  

By choosing 2 matching LED bulbs our Charm-Lite bulb tree will produce 400 to 800 Lumens in brightness emanating from the 2 separate sockets to keep that gas light look and feel. The Charm-Lite bulb tree keeps the separate socket and bulb design making repairs as simple as changing a light bulb. Try to do that with any other product on the market today. Our superior engineering design utilizes copper, not plastic, in bulb tree bulb sockets, providing a lifetime of luminous light, without product replacement. Sockets won’t melt, displace or corrode over time when exposed to moisture or heat. Our Bulb Trees stand the test of time. Our patented versatile engineering design allows adaptation to 12 or 24-volt system

Why Low-Voltage and not 110 Volt?



...Standard 110v bulb sockets act like a cup, trapping moisture caused from a well ventilated gas lamp head corroding the socket and blowing bulbs when activated.

The Charm-Lite inverted 24 volt bulb socket repels moisture. Bulb sockets made of Copper improves bulb life by dispersing bulb heat while simulating a two-mantel gaslight avoiding corrosion rain or shine.

...At 110 volts, a short will energize the yard light, giving the danger of a shock if touched.

NEC and UL require all 110 volt lamp heads must be NEMA approved fixtures.

Low 24 Volt is safe and easy to install. You just hide the wire and plug it in! No Lic. required.

...If lightning strikes close enough, the surge of voltage can travel through the circuit like a lightning rod and destroy electrical products plugged in the home. Protect your house with Charm-Lite's isolated secondary transformer and PTC Short Circuit Protection.

The copper will patina. We use inhibitors to slow the process your bulb tree will age over time to a beautiful old world finish. Comes with astandard 1.5" allthreaded mount or upgrade to extended 3" threads nessary for a boulivard lamp available apon request.

  • Model: DIY2
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8125lbs

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Tonya G.
5 of 5 Stars
I am so impressed by my new double bulb tree. The construction is far superior to the plastic "T" tree that I had previously (and that split due to heat or cold), and I really appreciate that it will work both with conventional bulbs (with my older light sensor), and with newer LED ones (if I at some point replace the light sensor). And it was extremely simple to install! I had been worried that it might not be the right height (my "Heritage" light is bigger than most 4-pane lights, but smaller than 6-pane lights), but the bulbs hang right about the middle of the globe. I won't hesitate to buy bulbs or parts from Charm-Lite, and highly recommend Charm-Lite.
michael s.
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Dan N.
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Joyce K.
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Marlene P.
5 of 5 Stars
Easy to install
Carleton Wu
5 of 5 Stars
I ordered the double bulb tree for a gaslight conversion. I appreciate the video's that Charm-lite made that walks you through the process. The hardest part of the whole endeavor was removing the old gaslight stem--it just would not screw off. I opted for the 12V wiring because I wanted to connect the new gaslight conversion to my existing 12V landscape lighting. I used two LED bulbs and found that they were as bright as the gaslights they replaced! The double tree copper does look very nice in the fixture.