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2x Solar Waterproof Outdoor Landscape Lighting (White light) $19.49 AC @ Amazon FS

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Price: $19.49

Features:

1. Upgraded frosted solar panel, no protective film needed. IP65 waterproof, heatproof and super bright-200 lumen output, 4 x 50 lumen enhanced LED
2. 2-in-1 Tool-free Installation - Stick into the ground / Use included screws to mount on the wall.
3. Auto on at night / Auto off at sunrise; 2 Level Brightness working modes; Longer Working Time with built-in 18650 lithium rechargeable battery (2200mAh)
4. Adjustable Light and Solar Panel - Full range adjustable light angle to illuminate perfect spot and adjustable solar panel angel for optimum sun exposure


Specification

Solar panel: 5.5V 1.5W
Battery: 18650 lithium battery 3.7V 2200mAh
LED: 10mm 0.5W color temperature: 6500
Flux: 200 lumens 50 each
Working time: Sunny Day:4-6 Hours (High Light Mode) 8-12 Hours (Low Light Mode)
Features: brightness control + switch control
Waterproof class: IP65
Charging time: 8 hours
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Looks decent.. are the LEDs replaceable?
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Looks decent.. are the LEDs replaceable?
I think the plastic will fail before the LEDs.
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I have given up on these solar lights, they are never bright enough and the battery runs out too quick. I caved and installed a hard wired set and upgraded the bulbs.
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I think the plastic will fail before the LEDs.
And if not, the solar will. laugh out loud

I do have a dead solar garden light. The LEDs still works with a charged battery. So now I use it as indoor night light.
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I have these and they come with low end batteries. You will need to replace the batteries if you want a charge to last more than 4 hours. Also, as the light housing has held up, the lens over the bulbs has "oxidized" or become cloudy. Also, there is a cloudy haze that forms over the solar panel over time. I clean them from time to time but it keeps coming back. All in all, unless you are ok with temporary short-lived light, I would highly recommend going the hard wire lighting route.
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I've come to the conclusion any amazon stuff like this that includes a code is definitely shill and probably junk
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someone have a try? How it works
3,108 customer reviews on Amazon
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Great deal!!! Has anyone bought these lights? Is the quality good?
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They are high quality, 20 lumen is very bright

Nice find!!!!

Thanks
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Not sure if these are paid posts, mine came in and died pretty fast. When it worked, it didn't last 2-3 hours after sunset. A waste of 2 good burgers.
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They have to have 10 hours of sunlight................
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I hate when these companies plaster their logo all over the lighting.
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They are high quality, 20 lumen is very bright

Nice find!!!!

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Let us consider a 60 Watt equivalent 800 lumen. So this is about 1 Watt of light in comparison. This is about as bright as the light from your phone.
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