1. Please be kinldy noted that as a solar powered product, the working time is weather sensitive.
2. Please make sure to turn on the switch before use.
Compared with the Old Version, the InnoGear® Upgraded Version lengthen the stick to be inserted deeper into the ground and get more stable in bad weathers of rain, wind and snow; additionally, the Upgraded Version enhance the brightness up to 200 lumen from 80 lumen, by enlarging the solar panel and the battery capacity. It would be a better solution for landscaping your environment by illuminating flag, tree, garden, yard, pathway, etc.
Solar panel: 5.5V 1.5W
Battery: 18650 lithium battery 3.7V 2200mAh
Battery life: 3 years
LED: 10mm 0.5W color temperature: 6500
Flux: 200 lumens 50 each
Working time: Sunny Day：4-6 Hours (High Light Mode) 8-12 Hours (Low Light Mode)
Features: light control + switch control
Waterproof class: IP65
Charging time: 8 hours
InnoGear® solar powered spotlight*2
Do these have a warm natural light, or do they have a bright white or blueish white light?
Click on the "two colors" option at the top of the page - there is a 2nd, warm light option.
By C. Jennings on July 13, 2016
how long do they stay on
All night, I really can not believe it. I have never had any solar lights of this high quality before. I am so pleased, and will for sure order more from them, they are worth every penny and more.
By TediMom on July 6, 2016
Just got my set in yesterday. Do they have a timer? How do you set it?
they are automatic. read the instructions........ put them in a place that gets full sunlight. don't turn them on for at least 2 days to let them charge up. They go on when it gets dark....and they go off when it gets light in the morning
By Buzzdog on February 18, 2016
Do the lights have to face the same direction as the solar panel like the picture? Or can they face the opposite direction?
The solar panel can be adjusted to face the sun approximately 180 degrees.
By Amazon Customer on January 5, 2016
Do they have batteries that can be replaced with rechargeable ones? All batteries wear out after so many charges.
The batteries are replaceable.
By Abbey Ray on January 8, 2017