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6 SQUARE SOLAR GROUND LIGHTS for £9.99 @ Halfcost (free delivery if you spend £10)

£9.99 @ Halfcost
Free delivery on £10 spend + code: ff15 gives 5% discount @ Halfcost Completely self contained and provides a soft light output via two super bright LED's. The face surface is strong tempered gla…
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Free delivery on £10 spend + code: ff15 gives 5% discount @ Halfcost

Completely self contained and provides a soft light output via two super bright LED's. The face surface is strong tempered glass and the outer face is fitted with a stainless steel fringe. Perfect for decorating a path, patio or driveway. 12cm Square.
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#1
Good deal and voted hot but not sure if they will just fade away over a couple of months like they all seem to do
#2
gr8h8me
Good deal and voted hot but not sure if they will just fade away over a couple of months like they all seem to do


The secret to keeping these alive is to swap out the battery for a good quality rechargeable. The battery included is usually crap and gives out quickly.
banned#3
tc80tc80
gr8h8me
Good deal and voted hot but not sure if they will just fade away over a couple of months like they all seem to do


The secret to keeping these alive is to swap out the battery for a good quality rechargeable. The battery included is usually crap and gives out quickly.

good point! Assuming the battery is replaceable.
#4
They're usually a couple of cheap (very cheap) rechargeable AAA's or AA's.

So replacing them for better ones, they give out brighter light and last longer.
banned#5
£9.49 with the discount so need to spend 51p moretp get free delivery i think.
#6
this might sound silly... but how exactly would you install these in a patio? is it easy?
banned#7
kevyn
this might sound silly... but how exactly would you install these in a patio? is it easy?


Simple, just cut a whole in the slabs oO

They would work well in grass i think and the mower would go straight over them. I think they will look neat
#8
whateveryouwant
kevyn
this might sound silly... but how exactly would you install these in a patio? is it easy?


Simple, just cut a whole in the slabs oO

They would work well in grass i think and the mower would go straight over them. I think they will look neat


yeah I figured cutting a hole would be required... but what tool would you use to do that with?
banned#9
kevyn
whateveryouwant
kevyn
this might sound silly... but how exactly would you install these in a patio? is it easy?


Simple, just cut a whole in the slabs oO

They would work well in grass i think and the mower would go straight over them. I think they will look neat


yeah I figured cutting a hole would be required... but what tool would you use to do that with?


I dont think you would get away with not breaking the slabs. Cutting a hole is a nightmare.
I have ordered mine and they will go in the grass i think.
#10
whateveryouwant
£9.49 with the discount so need to spend 51p moretp get free delivery i think.

Just add another light.
#11
These are ideal for the Decking AND I dunno about this but you MIGHT be able to get two banister cleaners to go with them, for just 50pence.

That should take care of any poss prob with free del.

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Edited By: rizla01 on Feb 26, 2011 10:13
banned#12
kevyn
this might sound silly... but how exactly would you install these in a patio? is it easy?

not easy at all but can be done especially if thin cheapo slabs

http://www.screwfix.com/community/thread/10861
#13
Handy for the home landing strip?
#14
I tried one (not the one advertised here) in grass and it didnt last, first heavy downpour and it seeped in to the battery compartment. I think they are more for decking.
#15
35 minutes and still can`t view basket lol,im half way to giveing up so slowwwwwwwwwww
banned#16
jonhoggy
I tried one (not the one advertised here) in grass and it didnt last, first heavy downpour and it seeped in to the battery compartment. I think they are more for decking.

I agree. I certainly wouldnt bed them into a lawn!

take a look at the 10 stand up ones for £19.99 and maybe go halves with a friend as they are another real bargain.
#17
So they charge via sunlight and then use the battery power in the night ?
What happens during winter then with no sunlight ?

Anybody using these, do you recommend them ?
#18
Good luck trying to view your basket ! 55mins and still attempting to open, anyone used these guys before ?
#19
whateveryouwant
kevyn
whateveryouwant
kevyn
this might sound silly... but how exactly would you install these in a patio? is it easy?
Simple, just cut a whole in the slabs oOThey would work well in grass i think and the mower would go straight over them. I think they will look neat
yeah I figured cutting a hole would be required... but what tool would you use to do that with?
I dont think you would get away with not breaking the slabs. Cutting a hole is a nightmare. I have ordered mine and they will go in the grass i think.
Just drill small holes in a rough circle and as the lights seem to have a large lip or overhang on them it would not have to be neat as the roughness will be hidden. Good luck, will be laborious but will look the part. Good price for these - heat added.
#20
daimo
Good luck trying to view your basket ! 55mins and still attempting to open, anyone used these guys before ?

I have...the website is really slow (really!), but delivery is good and prices are great and everything I've received has been really good quality...just have to be patient :)
#21
take a look at the 10 stand up ones for £19.99 and maybe go halves with a friend as they are another real bargain.[/quote]
i order them, good price, heat added to op
#22
jonhoggy
I tried one (not the one advertised here) in grass and it didnt last, first heavy downpour and it seeped in to the battery compartment. I think they are more for decking.


Did they have any guide as to where you can and can't put them? I have no decking and don't intend to try cutting holes in the patio so was going to try them in grass and flower beds. If there's nothing to say that's not recommended then if they pack up I'll just get a refund.
#23
Expired guys & gals web site showing 'SOLD OUT' !!!!
#24
The other post lights that are on there,do ya reckon you could put them into soil and they would stand up,they come with screws so are supposed to be screwed down but i wondered if i could put them into soil,any thoughts on that?
banned#25
deb8z
The other post lights that are on there,do ya reckon you could put them into soil and they would stand up,they come with screws so are supposed to be screwed down but i wondered if i could put them into soil,any thoughts on that?

good luck trying to get screws to work in soil! oO
#26
deb8z
The other post lights that are on there,do ya reckon you could put them into soil and they would stand up,they come with screws so are supposed to be screwed down but i wondered if i could put them into soil,any thoughts on that?

we got ours 2 days ago, look vey nice, my hubby used small piece of round wood 'treated' and fitted them onto the wood and cut soil to size of wood and put the 'soil grass' back over the wood hiding it from sight, looks very nice and tidy, hope this helps
banned#27
jane34
deb8z
The other post lights that are on there,do ya reckon you could put them into soil and they would stand up,they come with screws so are supposed to be screwed down but i wondered if i could put them into soil,any thoughts on that?


we got ours 2 days ago, look vey nice, my hubby used small piece of round wood 'treated' and fitted them onto the wood and cut soil to size of wood and put the 'soil grass' back over the wood hiding it from sight, looks very nice and tidy, hope this helps

Great idea!

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