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Garden Solar Lights £1.00 Each @ Poundland!

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#1
Have seen these, obviously not the best quality. Also really doubt they will provide pretty much any light during the night.
#2
The twenty lights in my garden are from Poundland and I have now had them for three years and 80% of them are still working.
#3
Oh this is such a good deal but i dont think i have a pundland remotely near me :-(
#4
wouldnt buy anything from this dump of a shop...not after the wife bought some garden stepping stones that disintegrated as soon as a blade of grass fell on the them
#5
bristoluk;5712444
The twenty lights in my garden are from Poundland and I have now had them for three years and 80% of them are still working.

but are they working well and good quality...no
#6
royals
but are they working well and good quality...no


It's a £1 shop not Harrods, don't expect top quality when your paying a £1 for anything these days! If he's had them 3 years and most are still working and coped with the British climate all this time then that can't be bad even more so at £1 a punt.
#7
Remember to buy spares, for when they go "missing" during the night...!
#8
Great deal.

When I first moved to the UK, poundland was one of the few shop I could afford to visit as things were so expensive. Unfortunately the drought at home has had a knock on effect with prices skyrocketing everywhere and now the UK seems reasonably priced compared to Oz.

Go Aussies!!:)
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these lights are pretty good, well worth a pound, so voted hot :thumbsup:
#10
Get what you pay for

Probably 1 amp lol these
#11
I got some of these last year. OK, so they're not amazing and don't give out much light, but they spent all year in the garden and they still work.
If you're on a budget and just want to mark the edge or a path or flower bed, they're ideal.
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there's nothing wrong with these lights, we bought some to use when camping to mark pegs so no one tripped over out tent and woke us up......they are fine, we have them marking the border in garden now until our next camping trip........great value for money..
#13
Can never see the point of Garden Solar Lights, The time that they would be of most use is in the winter,When there is not enough light in the day to charge them:thinking:. The old Ashtray and Motorbike saying springs to mind,or just good advertising, the way Nestle advertise the fact that they sell you Air when the buy an Aero Bar, and then advertise that they are gonna sell you more Air and even less chocolate because it now has even more bubbles, now that it what I call genius selling.
#14
i bought six of these about a month back and only two are working now.
#15
Obiwan
Great deal.

When I first moved to the UK, poundland was one of the few shop I could afford to visit as things were so expensive. Unfortunately the drought at home has had a knock on effect with prices skyrocketing everywhere and now the UK seems reasonably priced compared to Oz.

Go Aussies!!:)


without being nosey why on earth would you want to move to this country :thinking:
#16
I bought half a dozen of these a while back - 2 of them still working and they give off hardly any light. On the plus side, they're only a quid
#17
Solar lights are as good as the battery in them. If you can replace the battery in these for a more powerful one, then these are a bargain.

So don't knock them 'til you know them.

All of my solar lights were 'cheap', and with a cheap replacement AA 2500mAh Ni-Mh replacement battery, they're bright all night. And they work nicely in the snow. Thank you.
#18
Mr Chris
Get what you pay for

Probably 1 amp lol these


what has 1 amp got to do with it :roll:
#19
waste of a pound imo... much better things in poundland to waste money on... like chocolate :-D
#20
I thinl you mean 1 watt not 1 amp. Anyway I suspect these might work in a rockery asthetically or to mark out a path but I doubt they could properly light an area.
#21
babylon
Can never see the point of Garden Solar Lights, The time that they would be of most use is in the winter,When there is not enough light in the day to charge them:thinking:. The old Ashtray and Motorbike saying springs to mind,or just good advertising, the way Nestle advertise the fact that they sell you Air when the buy an Aero Bar, and then advertise that they are gonna sell you more Air and even less chocolate because it now has even more bubbles, now that it what I call genius selling.


lol....you gotta love them people in advertising
#22
babylon
the way Nestle advertise the fact that they sell you Air when the buy an Aero Bar, and then advertise that they are gonna sell you more Air and even less chocolate because it now has even more bubbles, now that it what I call genius selling.


Yeah nice comment on the Aero Bar. They think we are all idiots these tricksters. Although the fact is most of us are. :roll:

Can never see the point of Garden Solar Lights


As several have already said, they are useful for marking out a path. I use them to light up a couple of steps and they do the job.
Saying that, the next door neighbours have at least a dozen scattered around their garden and serve no real purpose. But then they have $&^* for brains.
#23
bristoluk
The twenty lights in my garden are from Poundland and I have now had them for three years and 80% of them are still working.


Are these light are bright enough to see around them?
#24
richp
without being nosey why on earth would you want to move to this country :thinking:


Well, it wasn't for the weather, even though the 'big snow' last year was fantastic, I'd love to see more of that. It's nice to have a more changeable season than in Melb. Even though it does go minus overnight in the winter time there but rarely would it snow, I think once in the last 57 years in the city, but there's plenty of snow up in the alps and skiing is a big industry.

To answer your question, work. But life here is quite good, just different to at home. I know everyone has this idea that life in Australia is all roses but basically it's not much different to here just a few more sunnier days and a lot less rain, which causes other problems.

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