Outdoor Solar LED Light is powered by the sun, which supports long-term operations and maximizes energy-efficiency.
This solar light is programmed to automatically turn on when the sun sets for effortless operation.
Designed with durable rust-resistant cast-aluminum construction for outdoor use in all weather conditions.
Charming traditional post light design is reminiscent of a vintage-style street lamp. Comes with 3 retrofit filament bulbs, creating a warm & gentle light.
The supplied LED bulbs have been specially developed for use with Milford solar post light and must be replaced with bulb model 9700357000. The use of any other type bulbs will not function in the fixture. Thank you.
You can turn off the switch, expose yourself to the sun for two or three days, then turn it on and see how long it can last at night, or if it’s only three hours, you can try a new battery.
You can turn off the switch, expose lamp to the sun for two or three days, then turn it on and see how long it can last at night, or if it’s only three hours, you can try a new battery
Just put it under sunlight,but please turn off swith off.
Yes, you can replace the glass
Actually its 2.91 ich,its ok fit onto a 3 ich diameter post.
E12 LED bulb,Maximum Bulb Wattage 4.5W.By the way,replacement bulbs are available for purchase in our accessories
Easy to put together works for 4 or 5 hours which is not bad!
Had a few questions but keep getting busy signal!!!
I am getting 2 to 3 hours of runtime. What circumstances would allow for 8 hours of run time?
Hardware is beautiful, well packaged, well-constructed and durable. Easy to install. Light output (Lumens) is below expectations. In winter (now) lights stay lit for about 7 hours. Light color is not bright white, but warmer. Would like the brightness to be double.
I loved the design and the reviews seemed great.
But it only stayed on for the first night and after that it would only last for 2 hours.
I tried to return but was asked to pay for the return shipping and if I exchanged they would need to recive the product and review for ~ a month.
I just recycled the lamp and bought a new one from another company because it seemed like the best route
I wish there was some way to get them to last longer after a cloudy day. Perhaps a regular back-up battery that only is needed when the solar battery runs out before dawn?