1.As it is powered by solar energy, if the solar panel did not absorb enough sunlight, the lights would not last long. Make sure put the solar panel under direct sunlight, lights may light up through the night.
2.As they are low-voltage string lights, powered by one built-in AA battery, so it can not be as bright as plug-in lights, if you are looking for super bright lights, just pass this one. But if you are looking for âset up and forget itâ lights, these are your best solution.
3.The total lengths are 23ft, including 6.5ft lead wire without any lights on it.
The traditional solar string lights can only be staked into the ground, however, this light set can be mounted on the wall as well.
High-tech Solar Panel
The lights are powered by solar energy, its ability to function optimally depends on the solar panel, we use highly efficient solar panel to make sure the lights will last longer through the night. Technically, the lights is capable of staying on for more than 8 hours after a full charge of 5 hours.
Itâs an ideal product for decorating all year round, itâs waterproof and solar, suitable for outdoor and indoor use, just put it anywhere you like and make sure it engulfs enough sunlight, it will automatically turn on at dusk and automatically turn off in the daytime, no need to be bothered with batteries or insecure plug.
What You Get
1 x JML LED solar string lights
1 x Stake
1 x Solar Panel
1 x Manual
If anything about the product is defective, please feel free to contact us first, we will offer you a replacement or refund.
|Package Dimensions||8 x 4 x 3 inches|
|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Shipping Weight||8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Batteries||1 AA batteries required. (included)|
22 customer reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars
November 25, 2017
The lights themselves are super small. I’d say less than an inch. They look three times bigger in the photos. So don’t plan on using them in your garden.
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