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Beautify your deck, yard, and surroundings with gorgeous string lights that are solar-powered, so no wiring, electricians or utility bills. They automatically turn on when the sun goes down and off in sunlight, plus eight different light modes.
Just set them up and forget them, they'll take care of themselves.
Get one for each part of your backyard that you want to accent!
50 LEDs Total In 29.5 Feet: SolarStar LED String Lights are the perfect outside lighting solution, just put them where you want them and you don't have to turn them on or off, or even pay any electrical bills to use them. There are 50 LEDs in total and the cord length is approximately 29.5 feet.
Outside Proof: These SolarStar LED String Lights are rated IP65 waterproof, which means they are protected from rain and other liquid, dirt and dust but not meant to go underwater.
8 Lighting Modes: The SolarStar LED String Lights give you the option of 8 different light modes: (1) Steady On, (2) Fade, (3) Waves, (4) Marquee, (5) Slow Fade, (6) Fireflies Flash, Twinkle Marquee, and (8) Combination. Experiment with each mode to find your favorite or just change your mode to suit your mood.
More Uses: Paths, inside spaces, rooflines, poolhouses, trellises, sheds...
And Even More: Use SolarStar LED String Lights to string them across open spaces, etc, etc., etc...so you'll probably need more than one.
Adjustable Solar Panel: You can use the adjustable hinge that connects the solar panel to the ground stake for the best angle to capture the sun's rays.
Solar Panel: 2V 100mA
Power mode: On/Off plus 8 Modes
Waterproof Rating : IP65
LED Qty: 50 LED
Battery Type: Built-in 600MA AA NI-MH battery
Modes: Steady ON; Fade; Waves; Combination; Marquee; Fireflies Flash; Slow Fade; Twinkle Marquee
Charging Time: 6 hours
Working Time: 8-12 hours.
Cord length: 29.5 feet (9 M), lead length: 5.4 feet (1.65 M), bulb spacing: 6 inches (0.15 M), bulb diameter: 1 inch
Light Color: Warm White
Note: Make sure the solar panel is in a place that can absorb sunlight as long as possible during the day. The sensor will automatically turn the lights on at night if you have the lights in the On position. You can test it yourself by covering the solar panel (if the battery is charged) and you'll see the lights turn on.