|Product Type: Deck/Step lighting||Number of Lights: 2|
|Bulb Type: LED||Solar Powered: Yes|
|Style: Modern||Country of Manufacture: China|
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Arthur from Warren NJ– Verified Buyer
I bought this to replace a unit similar to this that I could no longer obtain from where I originally purchased it. It is a bit smaller that the original, but it has the same appearance, and works in the same fashion as the old one. As with all solar products, the big factors are how long it stays lit per night, and how many recharges will it takes before it fails. As this is located on a number sign in front of my home, I am not going to walk down to the end of a long drive at 2:00 AM to see how long its daily charge lasts, nor have I had it long enough to report on its over all longevity. Past that, it seems well made and will last at least the average lifespan of these devices. If they ask me in a year for a long term review, I will update you on the results.
DesignDad from Seattle, WA– Verified Buyer
They look great but the light output is nonexistent. Maybe there's not enough sun in Seattle but same result in the summer.
Good light, short run time.
William from Hingham, MA– Verified Buyer
For this to be truly effective for our hot tub area it needs to have a longer run time. One more battery would make a huge difference. 4 hour run time means that youre out of luck on winter evenings.
Regina from Chapel Hill, NC– Verified Buyer
Thought I was getting 2 lights, not 2 bulbs in one light. The light it produces is disappointing.
Great little lights, placed second order
Red123 from Wadsworth, OH– Verified Buyer
I was looking for solar lights (to stick into the ground) when I came across these Solar Wedge Lights. I decided to take a chance on them and glad that I did. These are great little lights and certainly put out the light. We have an area of our back yard fenced-in and have used solar lights (staked in the ground) for a couple of years now. I always had to move them around when the perennials began to grow and constantly straighten them. I first purchased 4 of the Weddge Lights to see how we liked them. Three worked great and we had to request a replacement for the one that didn't work - we even tried to replace the batteries so that wasn't the issue.[...]We placed the lights about 3-4 feet high on the posts on the inside of the fence gates and also at the top of the deck steps. Great lighting! I then purchased an additional 6 to put at the other two gates and on the front of the deck.They are a little pricey but so far they have been worth it, and they are so small that they are barely noticeable. I plan to order more for other areas. We really like them!
Diane Meckle from Ray, ND
We received in very good packing and shipping time was fast. Thought they would be a little bigger in size and they only throw off marginal light.
Great little lights!
dimplescb from Grand Ledge, MI
I purchased 2 of these for my deck steps, liked them so much, then ordered more for my deck fencing & railing. They are durable, bright and stay on for a long time at night. I would recommend these to anyone that wants them for steps, walls, fencing and railings. Being solar is a plus also. I haven't had them long enough to see how well they hold up to MI winters, so this year will be the test.
Solar Wedge with Step Lights
Bill from Vestal, NY– Verified Buyer
I had purchased 4 of these from you last fall and I accidently damaged one and this was a replacement
just a nice safe glow
JUDITH SCHMIDT from Scotts Valley, CA– Verified Buyer
I bought four of these to make it safe at night to go up and down my deck stairs. They produce just enough light to do the job. I'm a happy camper.
Need lots of sun
nprlisner from West Chester, PA
I mounted these lights on posts at the end of my driveway so I could see on dark nights. It is now Winter and we don't get a lot of long sunlight hours in south east PA and typical days are kind of gray. I may need to mount these differently to get more southern exposure. I only get about two hours of light out of these solar lights each December evening.