@Midnight.Tboy Hi, I think you are correct, looks like there are two models in the range, the one from lights.co.uk definitely says on box 220v - 240v. Also says in discription it can wire to the grid. Not too sure how different the mains is, must have a step down transformer, does mains power the light.
We can always argue between quality and quantity.
And THIS is a bargain??????? Pop into the local pound shop and get 37 £1 ones. My one is about 5 years old and still working. (OK not as bright as this offer - but 37 or 90 of then would be, and they last more than 1.5 hours). I had to change the internal rechargeable battery a few years back and fitted a AAA one.
How much light do these need to charge. Currently have a light up in the front from home bargains and it only ever charges enough to work from about 5pm to 6pm lol. I'm not sure whether it's because of the positioning and it's not getting enough light or because it's a cheap one from home bargains so this would be much better
hmmm something else I'm not sure about with these..... If go to this site, https://www.lights.co.uk/led-outdoor-wall-light-endura-style-lantern-solar.html It suggests in the details that you can choose to have them wired in or by battery power (no indication of if that is automatic or just have to wire up differently) But then if look at mwf28s amazon italy link, it gives selectable options, one being "Standard wall light" but another being "wall light with selector for the ..." in product description it then says "Wall light with selector for solar power / mains voltage" I'm guessing then that this model available is not actually that one, and can therefore only take solar....which will be a shame, as 2 of the 3 I ordered would be where current wired ones are in place edit : Confirmed....the ASIN matches, B071J6ZZ5Y, which is the "Standard" one of which product description only brings up Solar Also it looks like the battery may be a LiPo battery rather than Li-Ion from that same product description