Smart Solar 3782WRM2 Black Umbrella Hanging Solar Lantern, 2-Pack

April 9, 2014 - Comment

An elegant accessory for any garden, this beautiful fountain creates a relaxing atmosphere designed to bring the beauty of Nature to your backyard. No operating costs or maintenance required. Product Features Open bottom lantern is ideal for clipping to umbrella for ambient lighting around table Lanterns can be placed on flat surfaces and have energy

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An elegant accessory for any garden, this beautiful fountain creates a relaxing atmosphere designed to bring the beauty of Nature to your backyard. No operating costs or maintenance required.

Product Features

  • Open bottom lantern is ideal for clipping to umbrella for ambient lighting around table
  • Lanterns can be placed on flat surfaces and have energy saving LEDs in each light
  • Powered by an integrated solar panel that automatically turns the lamp on at dusk and off at dawn
  • Up to 8 hours of light in darkness when fully charged
  • Includes handle, hanging clips and replaceable rechargeable Ni-MH battery

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Comments

K. Moore says:

good little lanterns for the price 0

Dolly says:

Good for the price 0

oreosmeow says:

Awesome for my purposes I bought 10 packages of these lights to place on my 20 variably-sized concrete steps that had absolutely no light source. I live in the lower level of my mother’s house as her caretaker, and wanted something that would cast enough light for people to see where each step ended and the next started. I also didn’t want the hassle of sticking stakes into the horribly hard ground we’ve got, nor was I sure how to place those due to the variability of the steps and the surrounding ground; some staked lights would end up lower in height than the step itself and I thought they’d look kind of…stupid, LOL!I haven’t had them long enough to know about durability but…I don’t plan on leaving them outside in the elements (I’m in Northern California and we get no rain for months on end), and I really just plan on using them when I’m expecting people to come over, bringing them inside and turning them off when not in use, or leaving just a few out for looks.No, they don’t…

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