|Item Weight||4.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.1 x 9.6 x 8.7 inches|
|Item model number||91380|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Warranty Description||1 year Limited Warranty|
Moonrays 91380 Payton Solar-Powered Black Plastic LED Path Light Set, Black, 10-Pack
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- Set of 10 solar-powered path lights with warm-white LED
- 120-degree-angle beam; 12-inch area of illumination; 2.5 lumens per fixture
- Auto-on from dusk until dawn; discharge time up to 10 hours depending on daytime sun
- Weatherproof black plastic construction; plastic lens looks like hammered glass
- Short round stakes for easy installation; rechargeable AA NiCd batteries (included)
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With 2 times the output of normal path lights, the Moonrays Payton-style solar-powered LED path lights put out 2.4 lumens of brightness (compared to 1.25 lumens of regular solar lamps). This eight-pack of plastic path lights require no wiring and has a black finish with a hammered-glass plastic lens.
The light beam puts out 120-degree wide angle to cover a 12-inch area of illumination. The units come pre-assembled with pre-charged AA NiMH batteries (includes one AA NiMH rechargeable battery, 400 mAh). After recharging during the day, the solar lamps will turn on automatically at dusk and remain illuminated until their battery charges wears down — up to 8 hours on a full charge.
Moonrays landscape lighting has been augmenting the beauty of homes and surroundings while improving security and safety since 1986. They offer fixtures in plastic and metal in a plethora of water-resistant colors and finishes, and their designs reflect a variety of personal styles, from contemporary to traditional. Moonrays is an industry leader in helping customers personalize their outdoor spaces with creative and sophisticated designs to fit every taste.
91380 Payton Style Solar Plastic Path Light, 8-Pack
At a Glance
- Solar-powered path light runs up to 8 hours on full charge
- Black finish with hammered-glass plastic lens
- 120-degree wide angle coverage for an area up to 12 inches
- LED bulb puts out 2x more lumens than standard path lights
- Weatherproof for year-round use
Top Customer Reviews
Originally, I put them in two locations in my yard: a mostly shaded walkway and a path through an open south facing meadow. The shaded lights would stay lit for 4-5 hours after dusk in Summer, but only 1-2 in Winter. Eventually, I moved them from here and will replace them with wired lights. The spot was too shady in Winter. The full sun lights in the meadow ran all night in the Summer, and until Midnight in the Winter. They seem to charge even on cloudy days as long as there is little shade. They are great and keep on going.
As far as durability, we've now lost three to being kicked (one by me late on a dark winter night when I couldn't see it, one by careless kids, and on by panicked deer). But they've stood up fine to the wind and weather.
The brightness is good. They are designed to help you see your way, but aren't security lighting. LED lights like this don't get dim: as the battery fades, they just turn off.
Bottom line? The price is good, the brightness is good, the durability is what you would expect for plastic (most cheap "metal" lights I looked at were actually plastic with a bit of foil on the outside -- the real metal ones cost 4 to 10 times this much), and they are reliable in places with good exposure. If you want your shady path lit, skip the solar and buy something wired.
2) Excellent value - price is very good for the product you get
3) The rechargeable batteries are powering the lights for 8 hours at night - very long lasting
4) It is nice that they each have their own solar panel collector, so that you don't have to wire all of the lights together. It is great that these have no wires at all.
5) Stakes that go in the ground break easy. They are just plastic stakes, and I broke my first one just by moving the hose around it.
HERE IS HOW TO REPAIR THE BROKEN STAKE:
Get a 3/4-inch dowel. Cut it to ~12-inches long. Hammer the dowel about 1/2 way into the ground. Put the hollow shaft of the Moonray rod over the wooden dowel and the dowel will act as the new stake.
These lights go for ~$35-40 for (10) of them. A 3-foot dowel can repair 3 light's stakes and costs less than $4. So figure for each stake you break (and you will break some), you need to add about a dollar's worth of 3/4-inch dowel to repair it. Still; for about $4-5 per light, it's a good deal not only bc. they look so good, but also because they include the rechargeable AA NiCd batteries.
Thanks and good luck.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Didnt last that long. Arizona sun and sprinklers killed a lot of them within several months.Published 1 month ago by David Jurgens
I bought this for Father's Day 3 years ago. Some still work well. The rest would probably still work if the dog didn't try to eat them.Published 3 months ago by Mom of 1
Excellent product. They went together easily, lit up every night for two summers so far. I'd buy them again. In fact, I will buy more. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shireen
Was given a set of these for Christmas 2012, and bought some more early in 2013.
Over a year later and they're still going well. Read more