2 Pack of Solar Outdoor HALOLITEs

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2 Pack of Solar Outdoor HALOLITEs
Price: $29.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days. (Friday, Jun 26 to Monday, Jun 29) + transit
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NO deal… LSocial has it now for $24.99 + $3.99 shipping at this link and you can choose color black or white, here only white is available.

Looking for reviews I ran into recent sale at GPon was $25 free shipping.

One single rating at Gpon, 5 stars but no reviews…

Don’t cast much light. You can get the same thing for ~$8 on Amazon. $29.99 is not a deal for anyone. I’m not sure who is selling these for $69 but they’re not worth more than $5 a piece IMO.

How long are these supposed to last on a full charge?

Are the rechargeable batteries replaceable when they no longer hold charge?

This looks like a great idea. But I’m not so sure 30 lumens is very bright. I’ll need to do some research on that and if/where/how much replacement batteries can be had for. I’m going to give this a hmmmm, and sleep on it.

Lumens vs watts here:

http://lumennow.org/lumens-vs-watts/

But in short, a 40w incandescent is ~450 lumens.

Thanks! I already get more light that this from neighbors. I’d need at least a dozen to get decent light. After a couple hours sleeping on it,I’ll pass.

At 4"x4" I figured out when these were on Groupon they weren’t going to cast much light.

8-10 hours on a full charge

No motion sensing? No sale.

The only upside to these is if you’re in the absolute wilderness so it’s pitch black outside or you’re in the city and the power goes out. I have 2 street lamp post style solar lights that aren’t very bright but when the power goes out… NOW WHO LOOKS COOL WITH THE LIGHTS AND STUFF HUH?!

Just got these for 25.99 shipped and you can choose black or white here!

http://www.livingsocial.com/deals/1473524-two-outdoor-solar-halolites-2-color-options?ref=mobile-link-share-post-purchase&rpi=195175348&rui=88023997

I bought 2 packs of these last year. Dont waste your money…of the 4, 3 worked and stopped after the warranty period…funny how it always works like that.

60 lumens is horribly dim. A normal incandescent 40 watt bulb is about 450 lumens. 60 watt - 800 lumens. This thing is like a night light.

No good I bought 4 after 1 week the first one stopped working. Removed form the gutter and found it was full of water. Now after 6 weeks only 1 of the 4 is working. Not a good product.