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solar garden lights at Poundland
solar garden lights at Poundland

solar garden lights at Poundland

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amazing for £1 each. I have bought two, not expecting much at all, but they do emit a nice light .

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Original Poster

http://www.poundlandblog.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/solar-light-2.bmp

Sorry, wouldnt let me use a bmp link on submission

Original Poster

Do they give watts on solar lights? Anyway, nothing on box, these are for pretty, not for reading by...

looks like a good deal......until they get nicked by the local chavs!

Original Poster

coupled with wireless security camera and a sawn off, shouldn't be a prob

haq;4994150

how many watts?




haha Watts youll be lucky off these - they give off just enough light after 12 hrs of sun for you to know where they are and thats it - you wont read a book by them

All above comments.
THEY'RE GARDEN LIGHTS FOR A QUID FOR GODS SAKE. THEY'RE NOT GOING TO BE USED FOR LANDING AIRPLANES.

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Watt?

I had solar lights all around my garden paid about £50 in total, woke up one morning and was all gone...
I think I would rather buy these for £1 then you are not loosing out on much money if they get stolen

These are great, for nicking the innards from them and making your own sun jars, like this one, but much cheaper:

sun-jars.co.uk/store/

I had an old plastic jar with the clip on lid, like the sun jar so I made it cloudy by sandpapering the inside, then swapped out the nasty white LED on this light for a warm orange one, from here:

dealextreme.com/det…101

And voila, I had a sunjar for less than £1.50! I also swapped out the cheapo low-capacity rechargable battery for one with decent capacity and it lasts much longer now.

A highly recommended project and this light is well worth the pound!

Voted hot!

thekanester;4994651

These are great, for nicking the innards from them and making your own … These are great, for nicking the innards from them and making your own sun jars, like this one, but much cheaper:




Thanks for the advice, what a brillant idea for the kids to make and give to their friends as gifts:thumbsup:

These are prety much pointless, the main reasons for lights in a garden is to illuminate and highlight plants and features or to outline a path. These will do neither, they always have them in, mine has about 6 different types. They are probably still ok for £1 but if you want anything else than being able to see a dimly lit bulb outside then you're best getting others. I don't really see the point in them so voted cold.
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