Add extra security to your home with this easy-to-install and easy-to-use motion-sensor light. The solar-powered light detects motion across a span of 125º and a distance of 6 1/2 – 16 1/2 feet. When activated, the two lights shine with bright white light for 20- 60 seconds to assist and alert you. It has a 12-ft. cord from the lights to the solar panel, and it includes an on/auto/off switch. Hanging hooks on back make installation easy. Plastic. 9"L x 4"W x 7 1/2"H.
YES I WOULD AND HAVE
I FIRST GOT 2 OF THE SOLOR LIGHTS AND REALIZED I NEED A FEW MORE THEY WORK GREAT AND HELPS WITH PETS IN THE YARD -
Works Very Good
This light works very good at the far, very dark, back side of our yard. It is turned on by our dogs as they go out before settling down for the night. The connecting wire is plenty long so you should be able to find a sunny spot to hang the solar panel. Our solar panel gets full sun all morning and the lights are bright and can be adjusted to shine two ways. The motion sensor is very adjustable, also. -
Just what was needed!
Easy to install. Performs as advertised -
Sierra Vista, AZ
The lights are bright and everything was easy to put up. The best part was the cord to the solar panel which charges the light was really long so I could easily find a spot in the sun even if the light itself was in the shade. This was great because my back deck is mostly shaded by trees so I have had a hard time finding an affordable solar powered light for the back yard. The lights and sensor also moved easily so you can position them how you want. Plus, the sensor has a feature which enables you to set the distance you want to pick up movement and the amount of time you want the light to remain on. -
I would buy this light again.
Bought for the patio but have not installed it yet. Charged the solar light and it is bright. -
excellent as a backyard spotlight -
Yes i would buy this again, and would recom
Love this product. I put obe in my back yard canopy. And obe at the darker cirnet of my backyard. -
I might buy this again ~waiting to see how
I'm not sure how durable this will be this winter ~ it may not stand through our New England winter, but time will tell. -