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Set of 2 Architectural Solar Post Cap Lights

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Set of 2 Architectural Solar Post Cap Lights

Set of 2 Architectural Solar Post Cap Lights
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Solar-powered cap lights are designed for installation on a fence post or railing. Get hassle-free lighting with no wiring. Classic styling makes them a decorative asset to your home while lighting the way for safety. They turn on at dusk and off at dawn automatically.

Includes two white LED lights and two AA 600mAh NiMH rechargeable batteries.

• Post cap light
• Solar-powered white LED lights
• Automatically turn on at dusk and off at dawn
• Includes 2 rechargeable batteries

7" sq. x 5"H
3.6 (based on 8 customer reviews)

FromRoyse City, TX
Liked 2 so well that I bought 4 more!
Comments about Product:
Love the copper metal roof on these solar lights. With the two bulbs, they are much brighter than any other solar lights we have...great for lighting porch steps.

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By Quicksilver
As advertised
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I was not expecting these lights to be of the quality that they came to be. Easy access to battery compartment, without removing the fixture from the post is a plus. Installed at 10:00 AM on a reasonably sunny day and all 4 were burning by dark and lasted thru the night. Excellent product.

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By sylpal
FromChicago, IL
solar light caps
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Packaging poor, no product use instructions included. I have ordered the same product in the past and these lights, although working properly, are inferior quality and cheaper materials. I will think twice before ordering again.

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By Jen
FromSouth Jordan Utah
They give my deck a real POP!!!!
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The product was very easy to assemble,and attach.They gave my deck such a great look. Thank you, getting 2 lights for a great price.

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By Deck-orater
FromHeber City, UT
Misleading specs
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Nowhere in the specs for these lamps did it say that they mounted on a 4"post. My posts are 6" so I assumed the 6" lamp would fit. Though the lamp is 6" the mounting bracket is 4". Very disappointed.

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By Ben
FromLake Grove ,L.I. New York
Not up to Par
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In early spring this year i ordered 6 of these lights and was 5 star pleased with the quality and price . In August I tried to order 4 more and was told they were all out of white. I recently saw them in your catalog again and ordered the 4 I needed. I received them a few weeks ago but only got to install them yesterday. the quality of this latest shipment doesn't even come close to my first order. Very poor quality and I would not order again.

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By happy landscaper
Fromwhidbey Island, washington
great deal
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would put out more light with clear glass, but very attractive on our deck

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