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Last Edited by mlacey3 August 23, 2016 at 08:34 AM
These solar spotlights come out to about $10 each. Passing along for those who are interested.

Description from Amazon:
  • 2 Modes, bright and half bright auto on at night, auto off in the daytime, power saving
  • 50 Lumens in Each LED, 200 Lumens in total, bright enough to light up your way at night.
  • Longer run-time with built-in 2200mah 18650 lithium rechargeable battery, fully charges under strong sunlight within 8 hours.
  • 2 in 1 new version rechargeable and adjustable solar wall lights / In-Ground Lights, easy to install with no tools. Waterproof and Durable, withstands all kinds of weather all year round.
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six thumbs up, no comments. I need some real user experience, anyone here have any experience with these? How many hrs of sunlight do they need?
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In for 1. Seems to have good reviews and I wanted lights with the half bright setting.
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Are these good?
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I have this kind of lightning device, I bought 3, last year one has already give up, the remaining two lights still working fine, but you may try to check the reviews for this merchant.
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My wife loves these lights we purchased 3 before from another deal in the past.
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Quote from wood View Post :
six thumbs up, no comments. I need some real user experience, anyone here have any experience with these? How many hrs of sunlight do they need?
I used these, total junk. one stopped working as soon as I pulled it out of the ground to reposition. both that I bought were terribly dim
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Quote from mrdizle View Post :
I used these, total junk. one stopped working as soon as I pulled it out of the ground to reposition. both that I bought were terribly dim
I have a bunch of these and love them. However, they are all "warm white" or 2700k ones. Coupon code doesn't work on these ones. The regular ones' light is too cold to use as landscape lights IMO
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DON'T BUY....VERY WEAK AND WILL BREAK ON YOU! I have 3 of these and all 3 are broken at knuckle where you tighten it down. Very weak point there. I would NOT buy again.
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I'd like to see a bigger discount before I pull the trigger.
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Quote from kehm View Post :
In for 1. Seems to have good reviews and I wanted lights with the half bright setting.
what do i do if i want to mow my lawn. take them out every time? i dont get the purpose. yes the light your walkway but.....
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Quote from RomanR5787 View Post :
what do i do if i want to mow my lawn. take them out every time? i dont get the purpose. yes the light your walkway but.....
I'm going to use them by a tree near the base so there is no grass there. I do have pathway lighting on grass and use a string trimmer around it. you don't need to remove everytime you mow.
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Received an email from the seller that they will pay $2 for each thumbs up vote here. Seriously? They also paid for the OP to post this.
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