Smart Solar 3782WRM2 Black Umbrella Hanging Solar Lantern, 2-Pack

June 28, 2013 - Comment

An elegant accessory for any garden, this beautiful fountain creates a relaxing atmosphere designed to bring the beauty of Nature to your backyard. No operating costs or maintenance required. Product Features Open bottom lantern is ideal for clipping to umbrella for ambient lighting around table Lanterns can be placed on flat surfaces and have energy

An elegant accessory for any garden, this beautiful fountain creates a relaxing atmosphere designed to bring the beauty of Nature to your backyard. No operating costs or maintenance required.

Product Features

  • Open bottom lantern is ideal for clipping to umbrella for ambient lighting around table
  • Lanterns can be placed on flat surfaces and have energy saving LEDs in each light
  • Powered by an integrated solar panel that automatically turns the lamp on at dusk and off at dawn
  • Up to 8 hours of light in darkness when fully charged
  • Includes handle, hanging clips and replaceable rechargeable Ni-MH battery

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Dolly says:

Good for the price I use these indoors when they are charged. Okay, these two lights aren’t going to light a room up enough to read, but they have enough juice to lighten up a small room, a very small room. I use them as night lights in my spare bathroom. I hang them, but the lights have flat bottoms so they can easily sit on a surface. During the day I hang them from a windchime post. I don’t dare just set them on a table to recharge as they weigh so little, they might blow away in the wind. Each light uses one AA battery. For the price ($7.99 when I bought them), you can’t beat it. Also for hanging, they each come with a handle, ring and alligator clip. I would buy them again and probably will.

K. Moore says:

good little lanterns for the price these lanterns are pretty decent. i’ve noticed they are much brighter now that the sun is out longer to charge them. my only beef is that when it rains a lot the rain gets into them and they don’t work.i wouldn’t use these as the main source of light but for a little decorative touch they are perfect. i have some clipped to the patio umbrella and some others hanging on the posts on the deck. i’m not blown away by these but they do the job and other than the rain issue i haven’t had any problems with them.

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