Garden Rock doubles up as spotlight

solar-garden-spotlight.jpgIf you want to keep up with the Joneses and even go one up on them, why not pick up these Solar Garden Spotlights that resemble a rock until you realize that there is a huge spotlight attached to each of them, putting vampires and other creatures of the night to flight the moment they are faced with its immense brightness. Having all that sunlight beat down on your lawn during the day without utilizing its power is such a waste, which is why these Solar Garden Spotlights actually feature rechargeable batteries that are charged by the sun. Using natural, renewable energy not only helps you save on your power bill, it also helps keep the lawn neat and tidy without fear or worry of tripping over nasty power cables.

Each of these ‘rocks’ are equipped with a quartet of extremely bright LEDs that light up your garden at night, and they come with a built-in photo sensor each which enables them to turn on and off automatically, depending on the level of ambient light. Each LED light measures 6″ long and is stored in a weatherproof ‘rock’ design for unprecedented brightness to complement your range of garden accessories when the sun sets.

Sold in a set of three, you can ditch the white color in favor of gray as long as the results complement the rest of your landscaping efforts. SmartHome is currently carrying the Solar Garden Spotlights for $49.99 for a pack of three. I wonder whether the LED lights within can be replaced.

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3 thoughts on “Garden Rock doubles up as spotlight”

  1. I’ve had such solar-led-autoswitch-LED-Gardenlights for over a year!.. They ARE waterproof (survived winter too), but the accus inside crap out really fast…. in the first 2 months they were shining ’til morning, but afterwards it started decaying and now they only las for 2 hrs or so

  2. Solar lights are just not worth it. They last for 1-2 months tops and then fade away. By the time you replace the batteries you are better off with hardwired lights.

  3. That’s interesting that you are having trouble with your solar lights. Mine have been outside continuously for over 3 years, and they are still going strong. It’s after 3 am before they start to dim. I think they are great, though no where near as bright as wired lighting.

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