Solar Ground Lights,Garden Pathway Outdoor In-Ground Lights With 8 LED (8 pack white)

April 10, 2018 - Comment

❖NETCAT solar ground lights of in-ground solar light automatically lights up when night comes and automatically turns off when sun rises. It helps to illuminate your path, making it safer, but also adds a beautiful accent to the night landscape. ❖Specifications: LED: 8pcs LEDs Light color: white Solar panel: 2V 130ma Battery: 600mah batteries Waterproof

❖NETCAT solar ground lights of in-ground solar light automatically lights up when night comes and automatically turns off when sun rises.

It helps to illuminate your path, making it safer, but also adds a beautiful accent to the night landscape.

❖Specifications:

LED: 8pcs LEDs

Light color: white

Solar panel: 2V 130ma

Battery: 600mah batteries

Waterproof level: IP65

Charging time: 6-8 hours

Working time: 8-10 hours

Material: Stainless steel&ABS

Solar panel diameter: 2.8 in

Item size: 4.7 * 5.1 in

Package size: 5*3*3in

Package weight: 1.3kg

❖Note:Please ensure the lamps are switched on before take them out to gather solar energy.

Package list:

8 * Lawn lights

8 * Bracket

1 * User manual (English)

❖ NOTE:Before you use the spike, you’d better dig a suitable hole for the spike 

❖DON’T WAIT, SCROLL UP & CLICK THE “ADD TO CART” BUTTON NOW WHILE STOCK IS LIMITED!

Product Features

  • HIGHER POWER EFFICIENCY: high power efficiency, the energy conversion rate can be up to 14%.
  • LIGHT SENSOR: integrated light sensor, it will automatically turn on in darkness or at night, and turn off when in daytime or bright area.
  • LONG WORKING TIME: with 8pcs LEDs its brightness is up to 40lm, built-in 600mAh rechargeable battery, it only needs 6-8 hours to be fully charged and can last for 8-10 hours working time.
  • PROTECTION DESIGN: external waterproof switch, instead of pinhole switch, makes operation easily, IP65 waterproofness and stainless steel material make it suitable for outdoor use. It can effectively isolate the water and mist.
  • NOTE:Before you use the spike, you’d better dig a suitable hole for the spike
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