Solar Garden Ice Rocks-LED Solar Powered Path Lights by Noza Tec (Red)

Noza tec solar ice rock will provide reliable and stylish lighting solutions for your path,edges of your lawn or flower beds. Each light features 1 Ultra Bright White or Colourful LED and a waterproof glass casing. It is charged by its own solar panel during the day and powered by the built-in battery. When night falls, the built-in sensor will turn on the light automatically. Installation is very easy as each light operates independently and no wiring to be put on. Simply leave the switch in ON position and place the light at your desired location.

Specifications:
Outer Material: Glass
Battery: Rechargeable AAA Ni-Cd, can last up to 2 years before replacing
Sensor: Automatic sensor activates at dusk
LED Details: Each LED light can last up to 100,000 hours
On/Off switch: Yes
Light Unit Size: 2.75″ (L) x 2.75″ (W) x 2″ (H)

Package Includes:
1 X Solar Ice Rock

Product Features

  • 【SOLAR POWERED】Recharged by solar under sunlight,no wiring or batteries required,no electricity cost,up to 8 hours night illumination in Summer.
  • 【AUTO ON / OFF】 Built-in Light sensor,charge via sunlight during the day,auto on at night/auto off at daytime.
  • 【WATERPROOF IP65】As this solar light is designed to be used outdoors, it must be exposed to rain. The interface design ensure Waterproof, can withstand years of sunshine, rain, snow, ice,protected against splashing water from all angles.
  • 【POWERFUL LIGHT】Dimensions 2.75 x 2.75 x 2 Inches,the powerful light is far brighter than other similar lights on the market.
  • 【FITS OUTDOOR DECORATION】 Easy to be placed anywhere-Idea for garden paths,flower beds etc.

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3 Responses to Solar Garden Ice Rocks-LED Solar Powered Path Lights by Noza Tec (Red)

  1. Fallen says:

    Very pretty lights

  2. Anonymous says:

    Very pretty block solar powered light. It comes with a AAA rechargeable batterie and once left in a bright position for a day or so should be fully charged enough to give a few hours colour changing display a night. They are quite low and because they aren’t connected to a separate solar power charging device they have to be positioned with some thought as otherwise they wont get the levels of daylight sun required for their nighttime display. At the moment and just because of the time of year…

  3. Anonymous says:

    When this solar light turned up, it was a little smaller than I was expecting as it fits in to the palm of my hand but it is very pretty. I selected the white light as I wanted it to look like a chunk of ice in my garden! I definitely think I need more than one though and the overall effect is very good.It took me a while to get this light going as I was not sure with the button on the base which was on and which was off (it just sort of clicks when you press it) but we unscrewed…