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Add instant ambience to any outdoor space
✓ Energy-saving & Eco-friendly:Using solar energy for charging, the lights won't add to your electricity bills. During the day, the efficient solar panel converts the sunlight into electrical energy stored within the built-in rechargeable battery.
✓ Multiple Display Options: Choose from 8 display modes including flashing, slow fade, twinkle, always on etc. All easily changed using buttons on the back of the solar panel
✓ Durable Copper Wire: With a green plastic coating, it's super easy to bend the lights to get the perfect position
✓ Waterproof & Heat-Resistant: Suitable for use indoors and outdoors in light rain fall.
✓ Auto On/Off: the lights can automatically turn on at night and off during the day. The built-in battery has a large capacity and can provide constant use for around 10 hours after a full charge
✓ Multi Use:These string lights are perfect for your Christmas trees, room decoration, stairs, garden, bushes, hedges, trees and more
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ - "Very impressed! Perfect for my gazebo"
"Absolutely beautiful solar lights! It was exactly what I wanted for my gazebo. It gives a beautiful glow every night. I could not have asked for a more beautiful outcome. It turned out absolutely magical. Definitely would recommend!"
Catie | USA
Power Supply: Solar Powered
1 x String Lights, 1 × Solar Panel, 1 × Stake
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