48cm High (bulb length 23cm) Solar Powered Colour Changing Christmas Tree Light £3.99 C+C @ Maplin (spend over £10 C+C & get a Free £5 voucher)
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48cm High (bulb length 23cm) Solar Powered Colour Changing Christmas Tree Light £3.99 C+C @ Maplin (spend over £10 C+C & get a Free £5 voucher)

Mod & Ed 4
Mod & Ed
Found 6th Dec
LOVE the look of these, if I had my way. I'd buy loads & have an army of them in my garden.

48cm tall in total with the actual bulb / light being 23cm of that.

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• Perfect festive decoration for the garden
• Ideal for patios, paths, borders, driveways and flowerbeds
• RGB colour changing LED
• Ideal outdoor use – waterproof design
• No wiring - easy installation and no electricity bills!!
• Must be placed in direct sunlight to charge
• Solar panel charges the battery during the day to provide an ambient light at night
• Built in light sensor - lights automatically come on at dusk and stay on for up to 6 hours after a full charge
• AA 400mAh rechargeable battery included and fitted

Lighten up your garden for Christmas
Add some festive cheer with this 23cm colour changing Christmas tree light. Perfect for use outside in the garden or edging a path. The light cycles through different colours to give you a great looking and handy ambient light at night. Each pack comes with a single tree and its own solar panel so you can add more to your display without worrying about power or wires.

This solar Christmas tree light is an environmentally friendly product as it is powered by solar energy through the solar panel. During the day, the solar panel converts sunlight into energy, which is stored in the rechargeable battery. A sensor automatically switches the light on at dusk and off at dawn.

4 Comments

Look great, but you should factor in Good old Blighty's dark winter days and long winter nights!

Ordered thanks OP

Avoid these, purchased 5 at the start of last week. They only stay on for a couple of hours. So about 4.30pm to 6.30pm, despite a clear full day of charge!

Absolutely pointless product. Solar lights in the UK do one of 2 things:-
Charge up to run for a good feed hours. Normally in summer when they then light and you’re in bed.
Alternatively charge up and run for a really short time due to low power from sun.

I have some solar lights, various brands and useless. The solar PV on my house also sees the reduced power, when you’d like it.
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