Prairie Bulb Solar Lamp Post Light in Gray
Item Code: 114B50833
Ship Weight: 5 lbs.
Regular Price: $89.99
Sale Price: $79.99
You Save 11% ($10.00)
The Prairie Bulb Solar Lamp Post Light in Gray helps add a little rustic chic to your outdoor space. Includes several mounting options in the box. This allows you the flexibility to install the solar lamp post light almost anywhere around your home! Featuring a Green and affordable way to enhance your landscape lighting.
|•||New Solar Technology: The NEW GS Solar Light Bulb technology takes the conventional idea of a light bulb and incorporates it into solar-powered outdoor lamps and lamp posts. The GS Solar LED Light Bulb, combined with our patented cone reflector, is a game changer that provides a copious amount of lighting with an elegant design. The bulb not only gives your yard abundant lighting but also gives the lantern a traditional look, since it resembles a standard electrical light bulb.|
|•||Dusk-to-Dawn: This solar lamp is designed to provide automatic dusk to dawn performance|
|•||Cool White Color Output Available: Click Here to Order the Cool White Bulb (Will change color output temperature to 6000K)|
|•||No electrical wiring required: Requires no electrical wiring for installation|
|•||No maintenance is required: Constructed with weather resistant and rust-resistant powder-coated cast aluminum|
|•||Virtually Maintenance Free: This solar lamp is constructed of weather-resistant, rust-resistant cast aluminum and beveled Glass. Once installed, just let the sun do all the work. The only maintenance required is changing the batteries every 2 - 3 years.|
|•||All In One Solar Lighting Solution: This solar light includes all the hardware for mounting this unit anywhere ample sunshine is available. It includes the hardware for three styles of mounting: as a wall sconce; on flat surfaces such as pillars or columns, or at the top of a 3-inch outside diameter lamp post.|
|•||Duration: At dusk, 11 warm-white LEDs turn on automatically and shine at a brightness of 50 lumens for up to eight hours on a full solar charge (generally it takes about six hours of direct sunlight on the solar panel for the battery pack to receive a full solar charge after its been completed drained.) With proper setup for optimal sun exposure, a sunny day without cloud cover should be sufficient to provide a full recharge.|