Hello and thank you for stopping by the blog. In this edition we will be looking at several sets of solar powered outdoor lights and some of their advantages. If you find something you can use or some information that you can keep, then great. We hope that you find what you’re looking for and get some great ideas for your garden to spruce it up. Do you have a garden or outdoor space that would look nice with solar powered lights, then this six piece set of solar powered lights is for you. Why worry about costly installations of wired lights when you can have rechargeable aa batteries in your solar power lamps. Bring out little touches of your garden that you didn’t know were that great when they shine under these powerful little lights. The lights turn on automatically when its dark enough and you don’t need to worry about complicated timers or other devices to make sure that your lights come on at night. Illuminate that pathway that is hard to see or just let these lights focus on certain flowers and things in your garden. They install quickly and easily and are even simple to clean with warm water and wash cloth. This 6-piece set can be yours for $95.
Perhaps you don’t need 6 pieces and you only want or need four, the same types of laps are available in 4 pieces as well. But these are more detailed and feature even more light and power. These transparent lights come with 3 rechargeable batteries and look gorgeous when they have enough plants and scenery to illuminate for you. Two sets of these can easily cover most paths and 4 pieces if great if you have a small area to focus on at night. These come with white LED bulbs that can last up to 100,000 hours and are corrosion resistant and the batteries that come with it recharge and last up to two years. Don’t you deserve two years or more of wonderful lighting in your garden? Of course you do. This set can be yours for $267.
Thank you for stopping by the blog and thanks for reading. Do you have some amazing lights that illuminate your garden? Do you have a unique set up that you’d like to share? Great, then send us a picture or two and your story and we might be able to us it in a future blog. Thanks, and come back soon.