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Panel to 1st bulb approx 200cm.
Between bulbs 15cm.
Solar Panel 6.5*5CM.
Ground Spike 17.5cm.
Installation and Application:
Assembling: Put the stake onto the tube at the back.
Installation: find a place for the lights with clear and full exposure to the sun. Insert the stake into the ground. If the ground is too hard, do not twist or hammer it with force. Failure to follow this may result in product damaged.
Expose the solar panel to direct sunshine. Make the solar panel faces right to the noon sun.
At the back of the solar light, there is a 3-way-switch; middle position for OFF¡±, left and right position is for blinking or steady-on lighting performance. For initial application, we suggest the solar panel be exposed to the sun (to fully charge the battery) for 1 day or more with manual switch on.
Push the switch to ON or FLASH. The string light now is ready to work automatically at dusk.
Please uninstall the safety cover of switch before using.
Package Included 1 x Solar Power String Light - 100 LED (White) . 1 x Ground Spike.
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These string lights are so pretty. I have them over my arbor outside. They really make such a nice glow out side. I love to go out at night,and see them looking so beautiful.Published 19 hours ago by Linda
These lasted about 6 months. Can't get them to work again. So not very happy about that. When they did work, they were a nice pretty white/blue.Published 1 month ago by lynne
Was very pretty for my daughters wedding. I love how bright the LED's are.Published 1 month ago by Michelle M
Not very bright, small lights, would check on bulb size if I ordered something like this again.Published 1 month ago by DebB
Used them for our wedding - now we have them on our backporch!Published 2 months ago by Heather Alger