Yards & Beyond Dual Use Coach Style Solar Lights – 2 Pack

June 28, 2013 - Comment

YARDS & BEYOND” DUAL USE COACH STYLE SOLAR LIGHT *2 pack *Powered by ultra high efficiency sun powered solar panel *Enhances brightness and extended runtime *Plastic construction in matte black finish *Use on Shepherd’s hook or ground *Photocell control – automatically turns on and off *One 2.4 lumen LED light *One “AA” NICD 600MH rechargeable

YARDS & BEYOND” DUAL USE
COACH STYLE SOLAR LIGHT
*2 pack
*Powered by ultra high
efficiency sun powered solar
panel
*Enhances brightness and
extended runtime
*Plastic construction in
matte black finish
*Use on Shepherd’s hook or
ground
*Photocell control –
automatically turns on and
off
*One 2.4 lumen LED light
*One “AA” NICD 600MH
rechargeable battery
*Solar powered, no wires to
install

Product Features

  • Dual Use Coach Style Solar Light
  • Includes Shepherds Hook & Post, Black Plastic
  • 1 Natural White LED
  • 1 600 mAH “AA” NiMH Rechargeable Battery Included

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Spudman says:

DeLIGHTful product Got this on sale at the local Ace Hardware for ten dollars. Had I known what a great deal it was, I’d’ve bought another two pack.There is some simple assembly required and the kit includes some adapters I’ve never seen on solar lights. I like that the user has two configurations from which to choose: the conventional stake in the ground or the more decorative hanging coach lantern. In addition there are pieces included that will double the height of either configuration. An adapter is needed to double the height of the stake design.I’ve observed that the light spreads significantly further the higher the light is placed. Of course the intensity decreases with the distance. These 2.4 lumen output lights are indeed brighter than regular solar lights. The light does last all night as long as the units are charged with enough sunlight during the day. Mine get about six hours of sunlight a day where they are located, and so far that seems sufficient…

Jeremy R. Gleason says:

Really suprised I know these are solar lights and I was not expecting them to be very bright. However, I took them out of the box and installed them in less than 10 minutes at about 6pm. By nightfall, the lights turned on (surprise number 1) and were actually bright enough to light my walkway (surprise 2 since they batteries were not fully charged). I would recommend these to anyone!

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