HOME Set of 20 LED Solar Lights at Argos for £12.99
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HOME Set of 20 LED Solar Lights at Argos for £12.99

£12.99£16.9924%Argos Deals
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Found 25th Jul
Previous deal was 50p cheaper but with 2 pcs less which makes this deal better.
In stock and available for delivery !

Enjoy it!

Item number - 147/8291

  • Size H36.5, W5.5, L5.5cm.
  • Diameter 5.5cm.
  • White light emitted.
  • No wiring required.
  • Bulbs required: 20 x 0.03W LED (included).
Litter your garden with light. This set of 20 Solar Lights by HOME is perfect for creating a soft white glow in your garden. Line them up in a row or dot them around to light up your favourite features. For best results, place in well-lit, sunny area.
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Nice spot OP, Bargain
I bought these only for 9.90 on 19 July 2018. It's full price now.
sweet_mee1 h, 18 m ago

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Great deal you got there I see this deal has 2 extra solar lights, which is a bonus. Also, I missed the deal the last time it was posted here.

So thanks OP for taking the time to post again
Edited by: "ZanyAngel" 26th Jul
are these any good?
You can't trick me! Theyre only £1 each in poundland!
markweatherill9 m ago

You can't trick me! Theyre only £1 each in poundland!


So 20 at £1 in Poundland makes this deal cheaper...
Orinoco12 m ago

So 20 at £1 in Poundland makes this deal cheaper...



damn! beat me to it. lol.
trickytree198415 m ago

are these any good?


4.5 stars from 352 reviews so must be pretty good.
markweatherill14 m ago

You can't trick me! Theyre only £1 each in poundland!


...ok... :)))))))
markweatherill16 m ago

You can't trick me! Theyre only £1 each in poundland!



You realise it makes them 65p each here yeah? £12.99 / 20 =64.9p each
trickytree198421 m ago

are these any good?


I bought 4 lots of these for various people who have all reported that they only lasted one season.
They tend to easily leak letting water in so I silicone some of mine but still didn't last any longer.
nwo33 m ago

I bought 4 lots of these for various people who have all reported that …I bought 4 lots of these for various people who have all reported that they only lasted one season. They tend to easily leak letting water in so I silicone some of mine but still didn't last any longer.


Most of mine lasted one season. For a relatively low cost per unit, it's still ok but you should be getting more.

Is it best to bring these in come the winter and remove the batteries etc?
Landfill - but please don't!
Great for upcoming Festivals - in trolly cheers OP
Excellent, council house version of red carpet down the path.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 26th Jul
nwo4 h, 35 m ago

I bought 4 lots of these for various people who have all reported that …I bought 4 lots of these for various people who have all reported that they only lasted one season. They tend to easily leak letting water in so I silicone some of mine but still didn't last any longer.


Cheap. Normally rust and die. Batteries are patheticly poor quality.
I don't have these exact ones for by some steps by the path and they are pretty rubbish light wise. Really only decorative - are these any better? Do they cast enough light to be useful?
snappyfish5 h, 23 m ago

Excellent, council house version of red carpet down the path.


These are the same run of the mill cheap plastic rubbish lights that dont actually light anything up. Mostly just decorative.
darrencook20 h, 30 m ago

Cheap. Normally rust and die. Batteries are patheticly poor quality.



Agreed, people who buy them will be lucky if they're still charging and working in 6 months
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