Metal Solar Landscape Lights 4 Pack with Remote Panel


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Metal Solar Landscape Lights 4 Pack with Remote Panel
$29.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: New

Product List:

  • 4 Intermatic LZ501RP4 Metal Solar Lights
  • 1 Remote Solar Panel

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THERE! ARE! FOUR! LIGHTS!
Brilliant. Thank you woot, you made my day.


#5

Sorry, but I can’t see the light of day on this one. Can someone please illuminate me?

{End Sarcastic Week}


#6

can the cords be buried so as not to be seen or cut by accident?


#7

I concur with the kudos. Excellent form, Woot writer.


#8

Wow, now I’m even happier with Selloutfrom a few days ago, and they haven’t even gotten here yet.


#9

You can find better lights than these for cheaper at Wal-Mart, and they don’t require you to string them all together because each has its own independent solar panel. We purchased a ton of them in the past because of power outages due to hurricanes. We could put the lights outside during the day and bring them inside for when we needed the light at night without using up all our flashlight battery power.


#10

Cool, my neighbors had some solar lights that did a really decent job of illuminating their sidewalk at night. I think they were bigger than these, though.


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Yeah, you’ll be happy right up until the sun makes them brittle and they fall apart.

Might as well Ebay them now.


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These lights hold up pretty well and actually work pretty good… My aunt has some in her garden (like 200 of them actually… well more like 40 but seems like 200), and they’ve been there for what seems like forever.

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#13

Does anyone know if I can use a flashlight to charge the solar panel?


#14

Personally, I prefer the lights that have each their own solar panel…NO WIRES.


#15

I was wondering how bright the lights are?

How much power does the the panel generate?


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Can you dig a hole? :wink: I kid.

But you could run the wires through pvc pipe and bury the pipe if you are worried about it getting cut.


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Love that Picard shout out!!


#18

only if you can dig a trench for them…


#19

This is a stupid woot.

What am I going to do with four lights?


#20

Can you turn them off at night?