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Yellow SunJar (Solar powered yellow light in a jar) £8.70 Delivered @TheHut

£8.70 @ The Hut
NORMALLY £10.23 ENTER 15% OFF DISCOUNT CODE: SUMMER15 *** HURRY ENDS MIDNIGHT TONIGHT *** AND DON'T FORGET THE QUIDCO (10% Tracks at 87p, making this a steal at £7.93) I bought one a few mo…
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NORMALLY £10.23

ENTER 15% OFF DISCOUNT CODE: SUMMER15

*** HURRY ENDS MIDNIGHT TONIGHT *** AND DON'T FORGET THE QUIDCO (10% Tracks at 87p, making this a steal at £7.93)

I bought one a few months back from Amazon for £13. They are very nice to light up the window or conservatory at night. Leave it to charge in a really sunny place and it will power on at dusk. The charge depends how strong the light and how long it's charged. Nice warm solar light. It's got a good air tight lid so it can be placed outdoors.

Description:
Made with a traditional Mason jar and high tech energy efficient lighting! Captured inside the jar are a highly efficient solar cell, rechargeable battery and low energy LED lamps. When the jar is placed in sunlight the solar cell creates an electrical current that charges the battery over a few hours. This energy is then used at night to power the three LED lamps inside the jar.

* Solar panel, beautifully designed into a traditonal masons storage jar
* The solar panel charges the light during the day and sensors switch on at dusk to create a warm mood light
* Suitable for both indoor and outdoor usage
* 105 x 105 x 160 mm frosted jar
* Water proof
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These are really easy to make, I mean stupidly easy to make. it cost me £3 to make mine and I am also going to make loads to place around the garden in different colours

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