Line your driveway, walkway or any outdoor area with this Victorian solar lamp post light to add an elegant appeal to your home and landscape. Made of powder coated cast aluminum with a black finish, the solar lamp has real beveled glass panes and 6 super bright LED’s that adds to the late 19th century appeal. This energy efficient solar lamp post light is easy to install and needs no electrical wiring. Just place in a sunny location to charge during the day then when night falls the built in sensor will automatically turn on providing light for up to 10 hours.
Mono Crystalline Solar Cell
Up to 12 hours
Primary Outer Material :
Solar lamp lights are an elegant, energy-efficient way to light your way
Automatically turn on and off, however, there is also a manual on/off switch for your convenience
6 super-bright LED bulbs are powered by the built-in, solar-powered batteries
Beautiful beveled glass, these solar lamp lights are reminiscent of the late 19th Century lamps
Special patented cone reflector to make the light brighter
Solar lamp lights have a durable, rust-resistant frame can be bolted down (bolts included)
Available in black or white.
Average rating from 1 reviews: 4.0
victorian solar lamp posrI received my solar lamp post and was a bit leary after seeing the shape the box arrived in. It looked like it had gone thru the war. However the lamp post and light were all secure, nothing broken, there were however missing the bolts at the base of the lamp and the caps that attach to them. I have contacted the solar shop and hope to get a response back as to whether those items can be shipped to me or if I just need to try and find bolts at the hardware store that will fit. I am planning on cementing the pole in the ground since it will be at the end of my driveway close to the street. Can't wait to see it in action. I was glad to see the brightness of the lamp even in the low setting. Should look really nice at the end of the driveway. I gave it a 4 star rating only lbecause of the missing items.Written by Kathy Martin on Thu 11 Dec 2014 10:07:07 PM GMT