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Been waiting for a sale at Home Depot on solar string lights since I've been spending a lot more time in the yard. Not sure how to sort the solar items by sale, so I am listing them by percentage off.

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50% off:
9 ft. Outdoor 10-Light Solar Edison Bulbs Integrated LED String Light with 5 Micro LEDs per Bulb (4-Pack): https://www.homedepot.com/p/Unbra...3612814

40% Off:
32 ft. Outdoor 10-Light Solar Chinese Lantern Integrated LED String Light in Blue and White: https://www.homedepot.com/p/32-ft.../312213535

32 ft. Outdoor 10-Light Solar Chinese Lantern Integrated LED String Light in Red/White/Blue: https://www.homedepot.com/p/32-ft.../312213538

32 ft. Outdoor 10-Light Solar Chinese Lantern Integrated LED String Light in Red/White: https://www.homedepot.com/p/32-ft.../312213542


30% Off:
32 ft. Outdoor 10-Light Solar Chinese Lantern Integrated LED String Light in Red: https://www.homedepot.com/p/32-ft.../312213541

Outdoor 4.25 in. Solar Umbrella Light Integrated LED String Light with 4-Lights
Model# 60644: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kenroy-Home-Outdoor-4-25-in-Solar-Umbrella-Light-Integrated-LED-String-Light-with-4-Lights-60644/306517529​ [homedepot.com]
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Solar-Garden-62-in-Integrated-LED-string-Lights-60565/301991299​ [homedepot.com] OOS

62 in. Integrated LED string Lights:https://www.homedepot.com/b/Light...d_Sort%7C1 OOS

25% Off:
Outdoor 36 ft. Solar Micro LED String Light with 100 Red and White Alternating LEDs (4-Pack): https://www.homedepot.com/p/Unbra.../313306208

Outdoor 20 ft. Solar Micro LED String Light with 100 Blue/White Alternating LEDs (4-Pack): https://www.homedepot.com/p/Unbra.../313306203

32 ft. Outdoor 10-Light Solar Chinese Lantern Integrated LED String Light in Yellow/Pink/Teal/Purple/White: https://www.homedepot.com/p/32-ft.../312213546

32 ft. Outdoor 10-Light Solar Chinese Lantern Integrated LED String Light in Pink: https://www.homedepot.com/p/32-ft.../312213536
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^ Rookie homeowner mistake. Buy essentials before and 'wants' after you've settled in not before. You'll spend less!
I strongly recommend using plug-in string lights on a dimmer instead of solar. You can get decent quality lights from harbor freight for not much more than this:

https://www.harborfreight.com/sea...g%20lights

Run a tight steel wire along the path that you intend to string the lights and then you can hook or twist-tie the lights to the wire. This provides better support in high winds and takes the strain off the light wiring.
I don't know if I'd call buying $35 lights for someone excited about buying a house any kind of mistake. A $10,000 jacuzzi—yes... but this? C'mon now. Let the person start to dream about their new home.

Now if $35 is a major purchase for said buyer... probably shouldn't be buying a home just yet.

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Wow! Perfect for Memorial sip bbq
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The 1st option will come out to 36 ft with 4 different solar panels?
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The 1st option will come out to 36 ft with 4 different solar panels?
I believe so, is reach one is 9 feet
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Hows the quality? I was going to order through costco for the return policy but these prices are tempting...
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How long do these guys really stay illuminated?
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im close to buying a house, these may look good somewhere.
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Brand is "unbranded". No other lights under that brand name at HD have any ratings and none appear to be carried in store. Makes me wonder. Otherwise, price is good for the 1st one.
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^ Rookie homeowner mistake. Buy essentials before and 'wants' after you've settled in not before. You'll spend less!
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I'm also buying a house. Thanks for the advice!!
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I strongly recommend using plug-in string lights on a dimmer instead of solar. You can get decent quality lights from harbor freight for not much more than this:

https://www.harborfreight.com/sea...g%20lights

Run a tight steel wire along the path that you intend to string the lights and then you can hook or twist-tie the lights to the wire. This provides better support in high winds and takes the strain off the light wiring.
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I've never seen a set of solar powered led string lights that was worth a damn after 1 year. The battery gets killed over winter and the solar panels lose a lot of efficiency as dirt accumulates.

Low voltage lighting works so much better.
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Anyone know what the length is from the solar panel to the first light?
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I've never seen a set of solar powered led string lights that was worth a damn after 1 year. The battery gets killed over winter and the solar panels lose a lot of efficiency as dirt accumulates.

Low voltage lighting works so much better.
they have their uses. if you can do low voltage, sure, that is a way better option... but for someone who is in an apartment, or wants lights far far from their existing power... these can be great, with limitations. ive got a set at a pavilon that get turned on only when we are using the pavilion. plenty of time to charge them up, and then only get used for a few hours at a time. theyve been in place for about 2, maybe 3 years. they will still stay on for at least 6 hours.

planning on using these as an every night dusk to dawn light, particularly over winter? nope. no way, no how. panel would have to be way bigger in order to not leave the battery half charged at the end of the day.
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