What a bright idea – Solar powered Christmas Lights

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What a bright gift idea to give yourself and mother nature this Christmas, solar powered Christmas lights. These bright LED lights emit the glow all night while recharging during the day. A plug never has to go into the wall once. Sweet.

Feel a little bit better this Christmas as you untangle the lights knowing your lights will definitely be better than your neighbours.

- Features 60 bright white 3mm LED emitters
- 1000mcd brightness per LED emitter
- Energy efficient
- Solar panel onboard automatically recharges the light during day time
- 3000mAh rechargeable batteries included
- Fully recharges in 3 to 5 hours of sunlight
- Runs for 8 to 10 hours per charge (covers the whole night)
- Length: 12 meters
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8 Responses to “What a bright idea – Solar powered Christmas Lights”


  1. 1 Jay @ Christmas Yard Decorations Nov 16th, 2009 at 3:52 AM

    Wow, I really love the idea of solar powered Christmas lights. I think it’s great if you have a big yard and don’t want to run a hundred feet of extension cord out to a tree.

    Keep on truckin and Happy Christmas,

    Jay

  2. 2 payday advances online Dec 5th, 2009 at 2:36 PM

    Thanks for sharing this cool post. I need all the help that I can get for christmas decoration on this year because I am getting a late start. You have been a great help.

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  4. 4 solar lights Apr 8th, 2010 at 6:24 AM

    These bright LED lights emit the glow all night while recharging during the day. A plug never has to go into the wall once. Sweet.

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