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Paradise GL23158SS4 Stainless Steel Solar Bollard Light with White LED, 4-Pack, Stainless Steel
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- Light up outdoor paths with this solar bollard 4-pack
- Bright white LED and No wiring needed
- Stainless steel construction
- Stainless steel finish with frosted lens
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4 Pack Solar Bollard Kit Bright White LED Frosted Lens Stainless Steel Finish
This four-pack of Paradise GL23158SS4 multi-purpose solar-powered LED lights offer a simple and stylish solution to illuminate garden and pathways. Use the lights to increase safety around walkways, driveways and deck areas or simply showcase garden features or other elements of the yard in need of energy-efficient illumination. These solar-powered lights come fitted with rechargeable batteries (included) that charge during the day using the power of the sun. At night, their bright-white LED bulbs cast a consistent glow, turning on automatically when the sun goes down.
Made of durable stainless steel with a frosted plastic lens, the sleek, modern lights offer a visually pleasing addition to outdoor spaces. Best of all, they install easily — no wiring required. The solar-powered LED lights measure 5.31 inches wide by 11.73 inches high and carry a one-year limited warranty.
Whether enhancing a garden or patio, creating a guided pathway, or adding ambiance to an evening of entertaining, Paradise Lighting provides products that allow customers to enjoy their home in a new light. The company's collection includes outdoor lighting fixtures and collections, walk lights, floodlights, patio and fence lighting, outdoor decor, and more. Paradise Lighting continues to pursue and deliver the latest trends, offering a comprehensive collection of innovative, high-quality exterior lighting products for outdoor living spaces. Even more, the company maintains a focus on improved technologies and has a sincere appreciation for sustainable solutions, which means they aim for the highest standard when it comes to creating energy-efficient products for the home and garden.
What's in the Box
Paradise Garden Lighting GL23143BK4 four-spot solar accent gazebo LED light set, four mounting brackets, and two rechargeable batteries
Paradise Garden Lighting GL23158SS4 four-piece solar accent bollard LED light set, four mounting spikes, and four rechargeable batteries
About Paradise Garden Lighting
A subdivision of Northern International Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of indoor and outdoor lighting solutions since 1997, Paradise Garden Lighting delivers innovative and top-of-the-line outdoor light fixtures that enhance a home's landscape and architectural features. With a team that travels the world over to convey the latest trends and advances in lighting technology, Paradise prides itself on delivering low-voltage and solar lighting products that are well crafted and beautifully designed — all so that homeowners have low-maintenance illumination without compromising on high style.
GL23158SS4 Stainless Steel Solar Bollard Lights
At a Glance
- Convenient pack of four solar-powered LED bollard lights to illuminate your outdoor entertainment spaces
- Plastic frosted lens provides a nice accent glow in the garden and along walkways
- Durable rust-resistant stainless steel construction to withstand the elements
- Lights are charged by the sun and automatically turn on at dusk
- Backed by a one-year limited warranty
Top customer reviews
I originally bought two boxes of these, for a total of 8 lights. A quick test of each light showed that they would not turn on in the dark (hand over the sensor), so I assumed the batteries must have totally discharged. Yes, I turned the switch from off to auto. I installed the lights thinking that 10 hours of San Diego sun would charge them up. Imagine my surprise when NONE if the lights illuminated once it got dark. Since its unfathomable that all these lights had failed, I opened one up and replaced the battery with a simple AA alkaline. The light lit up like a champ. So now I don't know if I have 8 bad batteries or 8 bad charging cells. Either one seems very unlikely, but that's where I am now. Tomorrow I try with a different rechargeable battery in one to see if the charging circuit works. Either way, these are going back. I should not have to buy 8 new batteries right out of the gate.
Update: The next morning I examined the lights more closely. I found that hitting the side of the units (the part with the light, battery, photo cell) would turn them on. I went from light to light doing this, and each of them responded by working when I covered the sensor with my hand. Why the heck would each of these lights be totally dead but respond to a firm rap on the side? I also pulled out a couple of batteries and noticed that they are only cheap 300mAh rechargables. Compare this to the typical 2300mAh or better rechargeable batteries and you can buy anywhere. Maybe the 300mAh is enough to keep an LED light illuminated for 8 hours on full charge, but I'm currently charging some 2300mAh batteries that I had in a drawer so I can use them with these lights. Yes, I'll keep them if the "rap on the side" has now made them work, but this can't be a good thing. Thankfully they are inexpensive.
I've increased my rating to 2 stars because I got them to work, but I'm not going any higher because lights should not require this bit of abuse in order to work.
UPDATE 9/15: It's now 6 weeks after purchasing these lights, and two of them have failed. I can get them to come on briefly with a rap on the side, but they go off immediately. I'm still within the return period with Amazon, so we will see what they do when I send a box back with only 2 of the 4 in it.
UPDATE 9/30: These things are driving me crazy, and I'm about to throw them away and start all over. Of the original 8 lights, 2 are totally dead, one turns on and off only by the switch (when set to "auto" it's always on, even during the day), and 4 more won't stay lit unless I hit them. To make matters worse, I purchased a third box and got something that looked similar, but was very different. The new box has thin little mounting posts instead of the 2" diameter ones, and the cylinder and tops are slightly different sizes. No swapping parts to come up with "working" lights. The light in the new box have a horrible, horrible light pattern which would be even worse if I had not removed the plastic lens on the inside that's intended to create a "beam" effect (similar to cheap lights). I continue to try to nurse these lights along, but I'm thinking about just giving up and starting over with a totally different style/set/mfgr. I posted some pictures of the "real" paradise lights and the generic junk I received in my second order. Apparently this shipped from a third party according to Amazon, so I have to wait for approval to return the junk. If it's not approved, I'm calling Amazon directly.
A few hints about these:
If your soil is hard or dense, pop the black base off the unit and push just that into the ground. This way you won't possibly break the plastic tube these are made of. Plus, it is easier to push straight down on the top of the base. If you have clay like I do, then pour a couple of cups of water on the spot and let it soak in so the soil softens. The bottom bases are not that strong enough to push into rock hard clay. People who have normal soil can just push these right in (bases I mean).
You can turn some units off if they are not needed for a while, but leave them in the ground. There is a switch in the upper cap that turns the unit on and off. It is on by default, but if yours is not working check that first.
The only bad thing is one of the units quit working after 2 days. The sellers were great to work with in dealing with this issue. The seller was courteous and prompt in dealing with this and the issue was resolved fairly.