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- Sun charges string of 50 lights by day, turn on automatically at dusk
- No energy cost
- Great near road, around mailbox or lampost
- Now youre not limited to nearby outlet
- 26 length
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The little solar panels conveniently stick into the ground (or balance on a branch, if you prefer), and really dont' need to see much sun, just daylight, really, to work.
One downside, if this is a downside, is they glow a sort of dim bluish color. If you're looking for that garish bright white, you'll be disappointed, this is more of a calm, pale sort of light.
I personally like it, however, and next year will be getting more.
Prior to returning the lights, I did what I should have done from the get-go, read the fine print. There is a very hidden on/off switch. You have to remove the stake and look up into the base. There you will see "off" in the middle and you can either move the lights to blink in one direction or remain solid in the other. It worked. I hate to admit that...but if it helps others...unlike me, "read the directions". The on switch is in an odd and hidden place.
I searched the 'net quite well before buying these; solar lights aren't typically this inexpensive so I wasn't sure what I'd get but I wrapped the lights over a medal bridge that I have going over a stream in our backyard and when night fell last night, once I had put the switch in the correct position, they were stunning.
Know going in: They are actually a very pale blue, which is common for solar lights. But the photo at the time of this shows colored lights. I didn't want colored lights so thankfully I noted that prior to purchase but just in case you do, I thought it should be noted...the lights are very tiny so they don't "overdo" and area but look quite charming year-round.
Nice to accent the base of a tree or a railing or, like us, a bridge over a stream or pond, and never have to worry about turning them on or off. The pale blue also doesn't attract the flying critters as bright light white lights would so it's a bonus there as well.
Some forget with solar power, the battery may still go dead and need changing eventually. This battery doesn't look top quality so I would expect it will need to be replaced and we'll just use a rechargeable one at that time. So this may need to be an expectation and expense to also know going in. Still for the price, this outdoor solar light strand is the best I found and, because it doesn't need to be plugged in, it can be placed anywhere with no unsightly cords to trip over or get in the way.
Tip: Place a thick rubberband around the part that opens to the battery. I don't know that moisture from grass dew can get in and eventually hurt the battery, but it is plastic without a watertight seal so it seems rather logical. This acts like an "O ring" to prevent that and give it a bit of a seal, yet still allow easy access to the battery.
Conclusion: Handsome strand of lights that I just love accenting our backyard bridge over a stream year round. Great buy.
Also if you don't peel of the clear plastic sheet over the solar panel that's simply there to protect the lights during shipping, sun won't get in.
- These are built with a replaceable & rechargeable (AA) size back-up battery (a great feature with solar lights, it allows you to replace or upgrade the battery yourself and continue to get illumination on cloudy days. Be watchful of lights housed with a lithium battery- you can not update/replace these batteries yourself- if you live in a year-round sunny place, maybe you won't mind. Otherwise, rechargeables(like Ni-mh or Ni-cd)that can be REMOVED are Ur best bet.
-You'll need yourself a battery charger to recharge your batteries when they're not recharged by the sun.
Not so good:
-A 60 bulb/ 26' string is not that long (you'll probably need more than 1)
- string/ cord is not the best quality =basic plastic green. Not like the thick twisted double-stranded versions on the market
-it is too expensive for the size
My charger is mounted to the glass of an east-facing window, aimed at direct morning sun. Most evenings, the LEDs light dimly for a short while, then fade to black - or else don't light at all. (Overcast day? Nuthin'.) It requires several hours of strong sun to coax these LEDs to even switch on - and then they go dark within a couple hours. I'd like these to work nightly - but instead, about 50% of nights they are completely dark.
The problem isn't with the battery, nor with the LED bulbs. I have manually charged up the AA battery in my in-home AC powered battery charger, then re-inserted it into the solar light system. It illuminated the lights for many hours. I've done that a few times, trying to coax this system to work.
Winter months slip past, coal black LEDs on work stoppage. (How haiku.)
Wouldn't buy again. Wish they worked - they're really nice looking when charged up.
Meanwhile, I have two sets of Malibu brand solar LED spotlights, and they shine almost blazingly almost all through the night, year round. (One faces east, like these LED Christmas lights, the other is south-facing, and both work well even on heavy overcast days.) Furthermore, the Malibu lights can be disconnected from the solar collector.
Not these. This system's lights are hard-wired to the solar collector, so I can't even connect these nice little LEDs to a better charger unless I am willing to rewire the whole thing with a soldering iron.
These are an excellent product and work as described... I have 5 sets and absolutely love them.
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then stopped working altogether.
WASTE of money!