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Sainsburys packs of solar powered garden lights - Buy one get one free! £12.99

£12.99 @ Sainsbury's
I have just been to my local Sainsburys and got myself 2 boxes of 20 LED solar powered garden string lights for £12.99, buy one get one free. The lights can be switched on and off and have a setting o… Read More
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I have just been to my local Sainsburys and got myself 2 boxes of 20 LED solar powered garden string lights for £12.99, buy one get one free. The lights can be switched on and off and have a setting of flashing or just still. They look great on trellaces and give a nice touch to a warm summers evening.

There are lots of other varieties of lights for the outdoors, including coloured string lights and ones that have more bulbs but the prices go up where there are more bulbs e.g. £14.99 for a coloured set. They also had packs of solar powered lights that you stick into the ground. (sorry didnt see prices of these)
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#1
Thanks,
Will have to look if they've got any deck lights.
#2
I seem to remember seeing a big pack of deck lights but not sure how much they were.
#3
Poundland have double packs of solar garden lights, the stick ones for guess what, £1 !
#4
can personally recomend the CHEAP solar lights from poundland and wilkonson. great!
#5
How many bulbs are in the £1 pack and do they flash & option of still, and also have the option of switching on or off?
#6
saintscouple
Thanks,
Will have to look if they've got any deck lights.


Are you adamant about that?
#7
Has the technology for these moved on at all over the last few years? I couple of years ago I bought some but they were really dim at night even if the sun had been shining all day.
#8
russ;4938056
Has the technology for these moved on at all over the last few years? I couple of years ago I bought some but they were really dim at night even if the sun had been shining all day.
They're just marker lights - you won't be able to illuminate anything with them. The problem is that solar cells are expensive and inefficient, so you get very little energy out of the ones you get in cheap solar lights. LEDs have got a bit better but that doesn't make a huge amount of difference.
#9
ibiza
Are you adamant about that?


ridicule is nothing to be scared of. :-D
#10
any photo of what kinda solar garden lights are they? [COLOR="Red"]HOT[/COLOR]
#11
SunTzu;4917470
Poundland have double packs of solar garden lights, the stick ones for guess what, £1 !

Ditto!!

I bout the single low stake ones's from poundland and they are brilliant...look far more expensive than they were and really bright!
#12
Offer finished
#13
http://i211.photobucket.com/albums/bb55/thePhantom_69/photo.jpg

These the ones? Still £12.99 in my local (Romford) :(
#14
not on offer any more at bogof had them scanned at the till
#15
saintscouple
ridicule is nothing to be scared of. :-D


:-D :-D :-D
#16
Wouldnt bother!! At weekend I bought box of the 'string' lights & box of 2 post lights in the BOGOF deal, & 1 of the posts & string of lights not working after being out for all of 1 night!! Both going back tomorrow - much to my husbands delight! My Woolies specials still going strong after 2 years!!:w00t:
#17
Towner
Wouldnt bother!! At weekend I bought box of the 'string' lights & box of 2 post lights in the BOGOF deal, & 1 of the posts & string of lights not working after being out for all of 1 night!! Both going back tomorrow - much to my husbands delight! My Woolies specials still going strong after 2 years!!:w00t:


Perhaps that might be because there was no sunshine to charge them up?? The weather hasnt exactly been brilliant this week. Try them again and you will find on a sunnier day they might work. Mine havent worked only on the days where it has been cloudy but thats obvious because they are powered by sunlight hense solar
#18
pibpob
They're just marker lights - you won't be able to illuminate anything with them. The problem is that solar cells are expensive and inefficient, so you get very little energy out of the ones you get in cheap solar lights. LEDs have got a bit better but that doesn't make a huge amount of difference.


I put mine straight up and that evening once all charged up by the lovely sunshine, they twinkled away really nicely, quite bright considering they are cheap ones. I will try and up upload a photo of them twinkling away tonight, looks like the sun is trying to pop out so hopefully they will twinkle away later!!

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