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Buy some quality batteries to help these lights last longer!
on August 21, 2016
These lights did not last long, or get very bright.. I put the solar panel in the place where I thought they would be receiving enough light during the day to go throughout the night, but you need to shut them off every few days and let them charge up so they can last longer.. Also, you may benefit from getting better batteries that charge faster or last longer. I have several solar lights that came with generic batteries and they worked so much better after I bought some quality batteries and switched them out. Also, batteries die! Rechargeable batteries only last so many charges and then you'll have to replace them. I know there are some batteries that will last 300 cycles and some that last 1000. So do your research and get some batteries that will work better and longer (double check to make sure they are compatible with your lights.. some batteries have 200mAh, 300mAh, 700mAh, etc.. (and still have 1.2V). Make sure you check the specs and get what you need!