Solar Brite TM DELUXE 4 Super Bright LEDs Stainless Steel Solar Stick Light

If you are someone who enjoys spectacular lights with a sophisticated look after dusk then Solar Brite is for you!
The lights turn on at dusk and give any situation a whole new look when darkness falls creating an amazing effect when the sun goes down.

These truly beautiful solar fairy lights are very simple to install with no mains wiring making them far safer than any mains equivalent. They recharge themselves during the day and, when they sense darkness falling, automatically switch on and light up creating an amazing mood and ambiance. We know you will not be disappointed with the bright white glow that Solar Brite delivers.
Height: 25.5cm
Diameter: 5.5cm
Colour of lamp: White
Lighting Modes: Steady
Manual in English
Batteries Included

Product Features

  • Multipurpose – Ideal for creating that special magical mood for parties, gardens, parties, porches, driveways, ponds, trees, tents, walls, sheds and just about anywhere else you can think to use them!
  • Free to run – No running costs, no expensive wiring and absolutely no mains electricity required. LEDs need hardly any energy and the light bulbs last a lifetime so you don’t ever have to replace the bulbs like you do with conventional lighting systems.
  • Eco friendly – Go green this year and save 100% on energy costs with these high quality solar powered fairy lights. Solar lights really are a great option not only for the home and garden but for the planet as well.
  • Easy to install – Solar Brite is easy to set up. Simply remove from the packaging and put them wherever you desire.
  • The panel gives you the option to turn the lights off if you wish to. When ‘on’ the sensor in the panel automatically turns the lights on when it gets dark.

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3 Responses to Solar Brite TM DELUXE 4 Super Bright LEDs Stainless Steel Solar Stick Light

  1. Munkney Brown says:

    great for the price! These little solar posts are currently soaking up the sun, ready for another night lighting up our rockery. Obviously they are merely decorative and not intended to turn night into day. They are probably about as bright as a tea light and in our case prevent elderly relatives inadvertently careering off the path and rampaging all over the garden at night. They also look very cheerful and welcoming. I am not sure exactly how long they illuminate for at night, since I have better things to do…