SUCK UK Solar Sun Jar – Blue

Sun Jar (yellow) Glass jar, solar cell, battery and LED lights (original design by Tobias Wong).Made with a traditional Mason jar and high tech energy efficient lighting! Captured inside the jar are a highly efficient solar cell, rechargeable battery and low energy LED lamps. When the jar is placed in sunlight the solar cell creates an electrical current that charges the battery over a few hours. This energy is then used at night to power the three LED lamps inside the jar.The light is diffused by the frosted jar and give the appearance of sunlight emitting from the (warm coloured LED lights are used to give a more natural and warm light). You may have noticed that there is no switch on the sun jar – in fact there are no visible controls at all – there is a clever light sensor inside that automatically activates the lights when it gets dark or lights are turned out!* Mason Jars are not only beautiful but by their very nature they are completely water tight – so the Sun Jar can happily be left outside in any weather conditions. A perfect garden light or night light for a kids bedroom. *there is an override switch inside the lid to turn off the light at night and conserve battery life. Size: 100x100x160mm

Product Features

  • Stores up sunshine for night time!
  • Solar powered light inside a frosted mason jar
  • Comes on automatically as soon as it gets dark (can be switched off)
  • Glows for up to 5 hours when fully charged
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use

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3 Responses to SUCK UK Solar Sun Jar – Blue

  1. David Pritchard says:

    Good but needs work. Make the lid transparent!! This *can* work very well, but in its default configuration it’s less than ideal. The first thing to change is the battery, because it’s supplied with an unbranded one which soon starts losing charging capacity.The second problem is that the lid is frosted. It turns out that this blocks a great deal of the sunlight that it’s supposed to capture. If you can find a transparent lid of exactly the same size (by buying a transparent glass food jar of identical design and swapping it),…

  2. Mr. D. Thompson says:

    Best Solar item There are a lot of solar products out on the market at the moment and we have tried most of them.These are by far my favorite – i have bought several and dotted them around the garden and they create a lovely soft glow when the light fades.They work especially well when placed next to other objects or plants as the lovely strong glow creates nice, shadowy effects.Item is solid and wont blow away either – unlike the faux wicker solar balls we have used…

  3. Anonymous says:

    I bought two of these a while ago while on offer. They seem well made and good quality. However the light they emit is more of a soft glow, don’t expect to use these as any sort of practical light, more decorative than anything else. They do look nice when lit up though. I charge them with the lids open to let more light reach the solar panel, but not sure how much of a difference this really makes. I’ve just swapped out the rechargeable AA battery on each (pop out the solar panel from the…