10M 100 LED Solar powered string lights - Just £6.74 (Prime) £10.73 (Non Prime) Sold by AMIR UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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10M 100 LED Solar powered string lights - Just £6.74 (Prime) £10.73 (Non Prime) Sold by AMIR UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

£6.74£15.9958%Amazon Deals
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Found 21st Dec 2017
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  • 100 Super Bright LED Lights: Solar Fairy Lights on 33 Feet Long Ultra Thin Copper Wire. With steady 360 degree viewing angle they illuminate in every
  • direction.
  • 2 MODES Steady and Twinkling: The solar fairy lights make your place in a starry warm amber glow, much more romantic.
  • Auto on at Night/ Auto off at Sunrise: The 100 LED fairy lights Built-in rechargeable NI-MH battery,recharge at daytime and light up automatically at night or dark environment.
  • Improved Waterproofness: Amir solar string lights is designed to be used outdoors, it can be exposed to rain.
  • Easy to Shape: Flexible fairy lights can be easily built into the shapes you want; wrap around tree trunks or gazebos; In the dark,the wire fades to invisible, leaving only the bright lights.
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Sorry but the thumbnail had me thinking it was a solar powered stack of pancakes
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Sorry but the thumbnail had me thinking it was a solar powered stack of pancakes
A general price for these, a few at a permanent £7.99 on Amazon, so the RRP/saving is marketing.
Absolute garbage, lasted about a week last year, this Yr, landfill... 😁
some Chinese lad emailed me yesterday and asked me would I try these for nothing. I reckon the reviews are all paid for
It’s solar powered so cold for me
I got 2 from the Black Friday deal, 1 set worked for 2 days. The other only one.
Don’t waste your £££

Edit: they did refund straight away and said no need to return so amazon were fab just crappy lights
Edited by: "JBEECHAMUK" 21st Dec 2017
JBEECHAMUK4 m ago

I got 2 from the Black Friday deal, 1 set worked for 2 days. The other …I got 2 from the Black Friday deal, 1 set worked for 2 days. The other only one. Don’t waste your £££



It's Amazon... return, money back, 30 days extra prime...
I got 2 sets of these when they were listed on here last year for £10.99. Had them in the garden for a year with no problems - they are brighter than a similar set of copper wired ones that I have put up.

The key to any solar powered light is to ensure that the panel is in the best location to catch the available sun - for example, I used to always place the solar panel in the ground for lights that were for a hedge, but now always place the solar panel on top of the hedge and the lights stay on much longer.

The other key point is to open it up and replace the battery with a decent high capacity rechargeable one. The ones they provide with this type of set are generally useless.

Final point to remember is that you are unlikely to have more than a few hours of them lit in Winter, but in the Summer, as long as you follow the above advice, they should last easily until the early hours of the morning. This set were starting to rapidly fade at 10pm last night - the day before the shortest day of the Year.
If this has an RRP of 15.99 then DFS never have a sale on sofas. And just to rub it in, every comment is about how appalling the lights are.32854756-RMjqV.jpg
there 15.99 now so this need expiring
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