Suck UK Sun Jar Solar Light, LED, (Amber) rrp £20 now £6 delivered @ amazon

Suck UK Sun Jar Solar Light, LED, (Amber) rrp £20 now £6 delivered @ amazon

Found 14th Mar 2011
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


Good price but when you read this review on amazon it aint gone last long in our climate!

"We live on a tropical island so sunlight to charge the lamps is in perfect abundance. It is fair to say that these lights look the best of the three sets of solar lights we have but they don't hold enough charge to provide light for an evening on the patio"

can't help myself , bought the butterflys in the jars and now these ( kids still think the butterflys are real)
bought these for the kids also , handy for night lights , may or may not work depending on reviews and sunlight , but for £12 a pair i'll take a chance cheers.............

Voted hot - I have one of these and love it. Provides a lovely night-light level (not terribly bright, but very pleasant). Paid quite a bit more than £6 for mine though. If only I could think of someone that would like one......

are they outdoor lights?


are they outdoor lights?

i dont know , does "Suitable for both indoor and outdoor usage" worded in the original post help you to answer your question?

according to the reviews the quality of these is rather inconsistant. would have had a few if it didnt look so ropey
Edited by: "thefunkygibbon" 14th Mar 2011

Thanks, have ordered one to try outside.

The price jumped to £9.30 while I was reading the reviews!

I had been thinking of buying one as a replacement for the one I got as a gift a year or two ago, which died after a month or two. Apparently the Sunjar co are very good at sending out replacements... wish I'd thought of that then.

Now increased in price to £9.34 (whilst I was going through the order process grrrrrr).



Price rising as well. Now £9.98
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