The Solar Lamp Light has 8 super bright LEDs to illuminate your walkway, patio, or deck. This energy-efficient, super-bright lamp light uses a special patented cone reflector to make the light brighter. The classic gas-light design of our solar lamp lights adds an elegant appeal to your front or backyard.
Using efficient solar-powered technology, the newly improved solar top features a larger solar panel, more efficient LEDs, and better battery performance. Solar lamp lights receive their energy from built-in batteries charged daily by the sun, which in turn light the 8 super-bright LED bulbs for up to 12 hours at night. Each solar lamp post has real beveled glass panes that add to the late 19th century appeal. No maintenance is required, and the powder-coated cast-aluminum solar lamp posts are weather resistant and won't rust. The solar lamp post turns on automatically at dusk and off at dawn. The solar lamp post can be bolted down (bolts included) and is available in Black or White.
This lamp post light is available in three styles for attachment to an existing lamp post, to a deck or pillar, or to a wall.
Each solar light comes complete with its own rechargeable batteries. The lights are totally weatherproof and suitable for year round use.
Solar lights contain solar cells that must receive direct sunlight in order to operate at night. Not recommended for wooded or shaded areas.Please make sure to choose the type of mount and color in which you are interested.
NEW AND IMPROVED SOLAR TOPS HAVE A LARGER SOLAR PANEL, MORE EFFICIENT LEDS, AND A BETTER BATTERY PERFORMANCE, RESULTING IN THE BRIGHTEST, LONGEST LASTING SOLAR LAMP POST ON THE RESIDENTIAL MARKET TODAY!
THE WHITE POST AND DECK/PILLAR MOUNT LIGHTS ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK WITH NO RESTOCKING DATE.
Mounting Types-White & Antique Rust
Existing Lamp Post Replacement
Deck or Pillar Mount-White
Deck or Pillar Mount-Antique Rust
BackOrdered THE WHITE POST AND DECK/PILLAR MOUNT LIGHTS ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK WITH NO RESTOCKING DATE
Last Updated: 02/04/2019 01:51 AM - ID:3883