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Add illumination to needed areas without having to hardwire a new fixture with this rechargeable solar-panel shed light from Designers Edge (model L-949). It has 10 super bright LEDs that produce 30 lumens of brightness, making it ideal for the home, garage, or workplace to automatically and easily illuminate any area to ensure safety and security. It also features a 16-foot extension cord, enabling you to place the solar panel in the location where it will get the most sunlight. The L-949 has two modes of operation: full brightness with 10 LEDs (charge lasts for up to 2 hours) and half brightness with 5 LEDs (charge lasts for up to 4 hours).
LED light, solar panel, 16-foot extension cord, three AA batteries
Since 1987 Designers Edge has been "Lighting the Way" into the future. From the sharp fluorescent hum of a warehouse shop light to the gentle glow of a child's nightlight, Designers Edge prides itself on its vast array of illumination options for residential, industrial, and commercial enterprises alike. The international manufacturer and marketer's indoor and outdoor options include lighting for landscapes, security, work, and home, with bulbs and replacement parts rounding out its full-service selection and anchoring its reputation as an innovator of high-quality, uniquely designed products.
Pretty cheap feeling but it work. The lights are not very right for a 10x15 shed.Published 17 days ago by Wayne H Musteen
I was totally excited for this product, and it did not disappoint, I have a cabin I use this product with, I am definitely getting one or two more, it is bright and the cable for... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Anthony Brewster
Great light! Have it on my rabbit hutch and it works great!Published 1 month ago by Bruce J Jacques
I love these! I purchased these for my husbands shop/man cave, he can go out there at night or in the morning and turn these on without turning on the over head lights and have... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bobbie Silvernail
Do not get if you want it for a chicken coop. When the battery runs down the very bright light starts to strobe. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chaytup