This Waterproof Solar Powered SpotLight is constructed with heavy duty housing. It is waterproof which make it perfect for outdoor usage year round. These would be great to highlight individual shrubs or an area like a pool. It is easy to install and only takes a few minutes. You just find a location for your solar panel within 5 meters of the floodlight. Look for a south facing location that is free from large obstructions that would block the sun. You position the solar panel first. Drill holes, apply the screw plugs and screw the panel into place. Position the light where you want it. Mark the holes in the included bracket and drill the holes. Then you just insert the screw plugs. Set the light then connect the solar panel to the light and turn it on. It will go on at dusk and turn off automatically as the panel senses daylight.
This landscape garden light set up quickly with almost no work. It makes our yard totally stand out. Our two neighbors came right over the next morning to ask how we did it. This energy efficient spotlight casts light from the bottom to the top of even the tallest trees in your yard.
Features of the Rechargeable Waterproof Solar Powered SpotLight:
- Add professional quality lighting to trees and shrubs
- Use them together or separate for unusual effects
- 30 led spot light, ultra brightness.
- Solar powered and waterproof
- No electricity required.
- High efficiency solar panel.
- Available for using in garden and lawn, etc.
- Quick n' easy setup with one pointed stake included
- Light will automatically turn to Dim Light mode at night and turn off at daylight
- Light is recharged daily by sunlight during daytime.
- Switch for manual on/off
You can pick up this beautiful Rechargeable Waterproof Solar Powered SpotLight right on Amazon for easy shopping anytime!
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