The Best Solar Lights

In the past few years, solar lighting technology has improved dramatically. What’s more, you can find cheap solar lights in more and more stores. But, why bother with a solar light that won’t last more than a season or two? Our all-year, all-weather lights are a better value.

In the past few years, solar lighting technology has improved dramatically. What’s more, you can find cheap solar lights in more and more stores. But, why bother with a solar light that won’t last more than a season or two? Our all-year, all-weather lights are a better value. Take a look at the features of three of our most popular solar lights and you’ll see why our top-quality lights outshine the others.

More LEDs: Other brands have only four regular LEDs; ours have six (Solar Spotlight) and 16 (Superbright Solar Spotlight).

Advanced Reflector Design: Puts 18 times more light where you need it. Others have plastic cone reflectors that waste light.

15-foot power cable: Allows the solar panel unit to be in full sun, while the spotlight illuminates shady areas. Other lights are joined to the panel, limiting them to a full-sun location.

Next-Generation Batteries: Hold 2.5 times the charge. Silicone-sealed from the elements. Other batteries hold a smaller charge, and don’t hold it as long.

Quality Construction: One-piece, anodized aluminum housing seals out moisture. Plastic models have seams that let water in.

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Commercial-Grade Glass Panel: Will not yellow, cloud or crack over time. Most solar lights have plastic panels.

Advanced Solar Circuitry: The panel charges even on overcast days. Cheaper models charge only in full sun.

Mounting Options: Mount on post, deck or ground.

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4 Responses to The Best Solar Lights

  1. Janet says:

    I think solar lights are a great resource for lighting up garden landscapes. I am curious about the type of battery these use that helps them last longer. Most solar light batteries do only last a season or two.

  2. akwynter says:

    Most solar lights I see for sale say the batteries last about two years. Is this not the case? I've been thinking about getting some solar lights for my walkway.

  3. In general, batteries have a lifespan of two to five years. It varies, depending on the frequency of use and how long the light is on during each use.

  4. This is a good post thanks for share

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