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This hexagonal shaped coach lantern light is unique and exclusive to Solar Illuminations . It attaches to a 3" diameter round post or round pole making it an ideal fixture for retro-fitting. You can now replace your old gas light or electric light with a solar powered version. This cast aluminum solar post/pole top light is fitted with 2 white LED bulbs (which should never need to be replaced) and six clear glass sides. The solar panel is built into the top of the fixture so it remains quite discreet. The light will automatically illuminate when it gets dark and turn off when the batteries are discharged or when the sun rises. This is an accent light for decorative lighting purposes. The light output is a soft white light of low wattage. This light is designed to produce an elegant glow for aesthetic purposes and is not intended as an area light or to light up pathways. The light output is a soft white light of low wattage equivalent. Dimensions are approximately 14" high (including the finial) and 8" diameter (at its widest). The illumination time may vary as it is solar powered and is naturally subject to factors including seasons, weather conditions, geographic location and location of fixture. Not suitable for shady areas. Color of light output is white. Color of fixture is available in a choice of black or white.
I just wish it came in white, but it still looks great and we used ours to sit atop the New England Portsmouth Lamp Post that we bought right HERE as well! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Becky Ann Darlin-Wilson
DO NOT EVER ORDER FROM THESE PEOPLE!!! This came to me and was much smaller than what I expected. I got an RMA number to return it and they told me over the phone all the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Meredith Langford
I decided to look for a solar coach light option to avoid running electricity to light the columns at the end of the driveway. Read morePublished 17 months ago by andrew Hughes