I was sent a string of 50 blue Christmas lights. (Available in white, multi-color, blue and green) The string is the perfect length for my lamp post outside. I haven't been able to put lights there before because the outlet is too far away. With the solar powered lights, you don't need an outlet. You just place the string of lights where you want and place the solar panel where it can get some sun.
Specifications:The solar panel charges throughout the day, and when it's dark, the lights shine brightly. This is very convenient and so easy to position. The prices do seem a little high compared to the typical plug-in Christmas lights, however these are so much better than that. With them being solar powered, you can put them anywhere and not have to worry about buying enough to stretch from the outlet.
Manufacturer: New Ray
Manufacturer Part Number: SOL-50LED-BL
Light Modes: Steady
Light Color: Blue
Light String Length: 16 Feet
Lead String Length: 6 feet
Battery Type: AA Rechargeable (Included)
I setup the string of lights onto my light pole outside. It's the perfect length to wrap around the pole. The directions say that they won't work well at night if near a light source. My yard lamp must be dim enough, because they work great there. I have the solar panel in the ground at the base of the pole. Luckily, it is made to weather most conditions, so when the sprinklers started today, it did not harm the lights or the solar panel.
On their site, they have posted that they will match online prices, so if you find a better price, send them an email or give them a call.
Each string of lights comes with a one year warranty.
At the Solar Christmas Lights site, there are more than just single string lights. They also have them in the net style, icicle style and rope styles.
I encourage you to check them out at www.solarchristmaslights.com.
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