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Make your house easier to find with help from this Pine Top 508-0011 lighted address sign. Equipped with a solar panel that harnesses the power of the sun, the sign uses three rechargeable AA NiCd batteries (included) that recharge during the day and turn the sign's three white LEDs on at night to illuminate the neatly displayed address. The charming solar-powered sign provides eight hours or more of light per night when fully charged, and its dusk-to-dawn sensor turns the light on and off automatically for hassle-free convenience. Black numbers and directional letters come included for customizing the sign--or for updating the address after a move. Best of all, the unit installs easily--no wiring required. Simply stake the sign in the front yard (posts included) so visitors can see the address. Made in Canada and housed in durable black plastic, the solar-powered lighted address sign measures 3-1/7 inches long by 13 inches wide by 20-1/2 inches high (minimal assembly required).
Plastic solar address number light in black finish. Provides eight hours or more of light per night when fully charged. Measures 3.15 by 13.07 by 20.47-Inch.
Made it through the harsh winter and is still working well. The leg posts are a little weak ... I modified them with heavy PVC tubing... cheap fix and works great.Published 4 months ago by S. Bohlen
It was very easy to assemble and install. Instructions were easy to follow. It took several days for the battery to fully charge and illuminate the sign brightly enough to be... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Marty T
Have to replace batteries all the time- not truly solar poweredPublished 9 months ago by Patricia McCann
Great for identifying your house in the dark and during emergency power outages. Operates as advertized and has worked for several years. Would purchase again.Published 9 months ago by RA P.
Very difficult to put together due to poor design - and cheap plastic material. You must press REALLY hard to get it to "click" together even if you fear it will break -... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Danna Demetre
The frame keeps popping off. Otherwise, the sign makes a nice presentation.Published 10 months ago by karen jordan