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Black Solar Markers 10 Pack Now only £9.79 at Tesco Direct

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[mod] 6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
These black solar markers are plastic and come in pack of 10. Each of these solar powered markers feature a highly efficient white LED with a run time of up to 8 hours. These black solar markers are easy to install as there is no wiring required.
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#1
less than £1 each great.
#2
curse the £5 delivery charge...
banned#3
miss money saver;8351363
less than £1 each great.


Are you at university?
#4
Poundland have a choice of various designs. Don't expect great quality at this price though.
#5
Cheap n nasty
#6
spenspuma
Cheap n nasty


You own them or have owned them then I assume? Can you give us some more info?
#7
MrShed
You own them or have owned them then I assume? Can you give us some more info?


Yes, what would you like to know about them?
#8
spenspuma
Yes, what would you like to know about them?


In what respect they are "cheap n nasty"?
#9
Ive had the poundland ones, they snapped really easily, plus the battery lost its charge after a couple of hours in the dark, giving up totally after a couple of months.

I then got the tesco ones at the end of last summer. They have been out through the winter and are still working now, they normally last until around 3 am before going out but are quite bright for what they are.

remember, they are markers, not lights!
#10
don't waste your money on these. We bought some garden solar lights a couple of years ago and they are rubbish. you get nowhere near 8 hours of light, and in normal conditions they barely charge up enough during the day to give off any light in the evening - you can see they are on, but they shine out very little light.

As for build quality they are cheaply made, the plastic ground spike breaks easily, and the solar "element" is just a thin slivery foil that looks like off-cut scraps.

If you want to try them out, go to Poundland, buy 1, and stick it in your garden. You will quickly realise these don't do what you would think, and you've only lost a quid.
#11
Avenger1324
don't waste your money on these. We bought some garden solar lights a couple of years ago and they are rubbish. you get nowhere near 8 hours of light, and in normal conditions they barely charge up enough during the day to give off any light in the evening - you can see they are on, but they shine out very little light.

As for build quality they are cheaply made, the plastic ground spike breaks easily, and the solar "element" is just a thin slivery foil that looks like off-cut scraps.

If you want to try them out, go to Poundland, buy 1, and stick it in your garden. You will quickly realise these don't do what you would think, and you've only lost a quid.



Are you talking about these actual solar lights or are the ones you bought a few years ago different?
#12
Didnt go for these but got 12 for £12.50 in store in tesco (hall green birmingham) all the solar lights were 1/2 price they are on the site too and thought a better deal as didnt have to wait for them and no delivery charge ;) If they are crap ill bring them back
#13
Avenger1324
don't waste your money on these. We bought some garden solar lights a couple of years ago and they are rubbish. you get nowhere near 8 hours of light, and in normal conditions they barely charge up enough during the day to give off any light in the evening - you can see they are on, but they shine out very little light.

As for build quality they are cheaply made, the plastic ground spike breaks easily, and the solar "element" is just a thin slivery foil that looks like off-cut scraps.

If you want to try them out, go to Poundland, buy 1, and stick it in your garden. You will quickly realise these don't do what you would think, and you've only lost a quid.


hmmmm....

I've still got some solar lights I bought about 6 or 7 years ago (older type with an amber glow) and they still work.
I also bought some in Home Bargains about 2 years ago (newer bright white type) for about a fiver for 3 and they work fine too.
They only have rechargable AA batteries in, just buy a new battery if they fail (although at a £1 each a new light is cheaper at the moment!)
#14
With solar lights it does also depend on what battery is inside them as to whether they are any good.

I bought some tall post lights from Wilkinsons last year and they have 2 lots of batteries in,they look good and last well too.

I saw some small ones that matched these in Poundland two weeks ago so thought i'd give them a go,i forgot to check the battery situation and they have a non replaceable one in,one has stopped working already and i can't be bothered making a special jourmey to return for the sake of a quid,so check your batteries people hehe
#15
I regret buying these,they have been in my garden now for 3 months, they are rusty inside and the kids keep knocking the lids off them, they come off really easily, they are bright enough as markers, but thats it. Follow the instructions , i did not and you have to leave the tabs in for 12 or 24hrs, something like that while they charge. Im sure these would be fine if you dont have kids/ pets and need markers.
#16
karen3boysxxx
I regret buying these,they have been in my garden now for 3 months, they are rusty inside and the kids keep knocking the lids off them, they come off really easily, they are bright enough as markers, but thats it. Follow the instructions , i did not and you have to leave the tabs in for 12 or 24hrs, something like that while they charge. Im sure these would be fine if you dont have kids/ pets and need markers.

Take the kids back for a refund.
#17
I would but i keep knocking them off too, twice today actually!

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