Westinghouse Hilltop 20 Lumens Solar Fence Post Cap Lights for 4x4 Wood Posts (Black, 8 Pack)
|Price:||+ $125.61 Delivery|
|Item Weight||144 Ounces|
|Light source type||LED|
About this item
- Bright LED light produces a 20 Lumens output for 6 hours before dimming to 5 Lumens for the remainder of the night
- Automatically turns off and on with the onset of nightfall
- Mounts to standard nominal wood posts that measure 3.5" x 3.5"
- Each light includes 1 x 3.7V 18500 1000mAh Li-Ion battery and 1 x base adapter for rails
- Pack includes 8 post cap lights measuring 6" x 5.1"
Product detailsItem Package Quantity:8 | Colour:Black
- Batteries : 8 Lithium ion batteries required.
- Product Dimensions : 34.29 x 30.48 x 33.02 cm; 4.08 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 4 January 2019
- Manufacturer : Westinghouse
- ASIN : B07MLHWNT6
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Enjoy all night lighting in your yard with the Hilltop Extra Bright Solar Fence Post Cap Light from Westinghouse. The durable all-weather construction features a powerful 20 Lumens output for optimal light. An auto dim feature ensures you get the most light out of the batteries each night by changing the Lumens from a 20 to 5 Lumens output after 6 hours, giving you up to 10 hours of light each night. The internal sensor detects the onset of nightfall turning your lights off and on when needed eliminating a costly timer system. The included base is designed to fit standard 4x4 wood posts (Actual: 3.63" x 3.63"). Batteries included. Each pack includes 8 solar post cap lights measuring 6" x 5.1".
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My place is pretty shady in the winter, but these catch enough rays to light at dusk. Somedays only one or two light, other days, they all do. Watching for them has become a game.
Like lightening bugs in Texas, these are only on for a short time during the winter. It's cold enough that I suspect the batteries don't hold on to a charge very well, but that's fine with me. I'm hoping they will get enough sun and warmth to charge the batteries more and to stay on longer in the summer. I don't really care, seeing them light up makes me smile and literally brightening my night.