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Outsunny Outdoor Solar Powered LED Garden Spotlights - 8 Pack

Item# SPM5912918405 | Model# 150101-001 | Added on December 25, 2014 |
Sold by Aosom a Sears Marketplace seller
Outsunny Outdoor Solar Powered LED Garden Spotlights - 8 Pack
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Shed some light on your driveway, garden or pathway with these solar powered LED lights.No need to run wiring or otherwise clutter up your yard, these LED accent lights soak up the sun's energy by day and light up at night. Build with solid plastic to be durable and weather resistant, yet look good wherever you place them. When the sun is shining these are automatically recharging, but when the sun goes down they automatically come on giving you the light you need without having to remember to flip a switch or fuss with timers. With direct sunlight during the day these lights have an average run time of 6 to 8 hours at night. Features:- Color: Black - Source of energy: Solar powered- Material: PS/PP plastics- Automated On / Off - Solar Panel: High-efficiency 2 V / 40 mAh polycrystal solar panel- LED: 3 white LED light bulbs, provides maximum light output - Battery: Pre-installed 1 Rechargeable AA, 600mAh NI-MH battery for maximum performance - Sensor: Automatic sensor activates lights at dusk- Function: Recharges during the day, turns on automatically at night - Area: Ideal for areas where conventional electrical supply is not available- This solar spotlight can be adjusted to shine in almost any direction- Assembles and installs in seconds, no wiring required- Operating Time: 6-8 hours of light if fully charged Specifications:- Package: 8 full LED lamps in one box- Overall Dimension: Each - 3 1/2" x 5 3/4" x 12 1/4"- Ground Spike: thickness 2mm / diameter ... read more
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