Garden Creations JB5629 Solar-Powered LED Accent Light, Set of 8

November 18, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Easy to install–no wires to run Solar-powered lights automatically turn on at dusk and off at dawn Made from durable weatherproof materials Super-bright white LED lights charged by the sun Approximately 13.5 inches tall

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Product Features

  • Easy to install–no wires to run
  • Solar-powered lights automatically turn on at dusk and off at dawn
  • Made from durable weatherproof materials
  • Super-bright white LED lights charged by the sun
  • Approximately 13.5 inches tall

Comments

Rigo Cisneros says:

Awesome Okay, first you have to know what you are buying. If you are looking for lights that replace common light bulbs, this will not be for you. If you are looking for path lights that are actually bright for path lights, these will please you. The other reviews are not really fair to the product. It’s like saying my scooter can’t tow my boat and then giving the scooter a rating of 1 star.These are solar lights for less than $2 a piece. You couldn’t buy the solar cell, battery and LED’s for that, let alone put together. That is a amazing.The kit comes with everything you need. They even come with 16 holders so you can double their height if you wish. I might suggest that the first time you use them, throw the batteries into a nicad charger. That way you can really see how well they work and give them a fair review on how well they charge over an entire day of sunlight.I’m glad I bought these.

M. Finn says:

Seems to go bad quickly This is an updated review. When I first received these lights I was very satisfied. Only about 3 out of 64 were broken on delivery and the rest worked great so for the price they were a bargain. Then after the first month issues started. I noticed in the rain about half filled with water. Upon inspection I noticed there were supposed to be drain holes and in about half the lights they had not been drilled out, so I did that myself. It only took about an hour. Next I noticed several lights stopped lighting at all. So I brought them in and charged the batteries and they lit up fine. However many of them never turned off. Not sure what happened but for some reason the light sensor appeared to go bad so they always though it was dark…well with solar powered batteries that’s an issue because they won’t stay charged long when running constantly. By October 2012, I bought them in early June 2012, and only 17 out of the 64 I bought are still working, so they don’t look like such a good deal…

SilentNight says:

What are you talking about! I read the reviews and did become a bit leary about the negative comments, but went ahead and purchased them. They arrived safe and sound and in a timely manner. I did as someone suggested – turn them on, set them up and give them a day to absorb the sun-light. Since then my sidewalk has been quite illuminated EVERY night.

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