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7v Solar Panel - Instore Only £2.50 @ Homebase

£2.50 @ Homebase
As part of the massive clearance, 7v Solar Panel unit that can be used to charge external lighting. Bought a couple, not sure why as I dont have solar lighting but I'm sure I'll find a use for them. T… Read More
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7m, 2d agoFound 7 months, 2 days ago
As part of the massive clearance, 7v Solar Panel unit that can be used to charge external lighting. Bought a couple, not sure why as I dont have solar lighting but I'm sure I'll find a use for them. There were plenty left at Harrow Weald. Hopefully nationwide.
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1 Like #1
good deal, be interested in the use you find.
1 Like #2
sometimes the panels on the solar lights go wrong I wonder if its the same power ??
2 Likes #3
Features: Suitable for powering outdoor security lights
Bulb required: LED bulb (included)

So where do you put the bulb???
1 Like #4
BTW anybody know what type the power connector is?
#5
watt?
1 Like #6
Looks too small to be 7w
#7
Urmmm why would you use solar energy to power outside lights?
2 Likes #8
It's not 7 watts, its 7 volts. Wish it was 7 Watts at that price
#9
Home base site showing : 7V Solar Panel 344877 at £4.93 for me.
#10
Si1
Home base site showing : 7V Solar Panel 344877 at £4.93 for me.


The Title says instore.
#11
Was very interested in these at this price, just couldn't think what to use it for?
#12
PeterGammage
Was very interested in these at this price, just couldn't think what to use it for?

Put 2 in series and parallel another 2. This will double the output and give you upto 14v then you can use it as a car/leisure battery charger (or more likely keep it charged) for £10.

But in reality there are pretty useless which is why they have reduced them.

If you want to charge things seriously then pick up a used 12v panel from eBay or somewhere like bimble solar.
#13
They have 2 lights they sell that these are compatible/designed for.
Last time I looked they were about £12.
#14
Homebase Hamilton is selling the compatible lights for £6.50 and the solar panel for £3.50 (you'll need to buy the rechargeable batteries as they are not included)
#15
hi all just bought from preston lancashire store @ 99p each
#16
hi all just bought from preston lancashire store @ 99p each

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