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Solar Garden Lighting - Outdoor Solar Wall Lamp - 2 LED Lights - Warm White Light - 2 Pieces Solar Garden Lighting - Outdoor Solar Wall Lamp - 2 LED Lights - Warm White Light - 2 Pieces

Solar Garden Lighting - Outdoor Solar Wall Lamp - 2 LED Lights - Warm White Light - 2 Pieces Solar Garden Lighting - Outdoor Solar Wall Lamp - 2 LED Lights - Warm White Light - 2 Pieces

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This solar lamp has a cool appearance and adds atmosphere to any garden or terrace with its warm white light. The black wall lamp charges itself using sunlight and automatically turns on when dusk falls. In short, a very atmospheric set of solar-powered garden lighting! Please note, the product cannot withstand freezing temperatures. The battery is not designed for this. Solar lamps are an environmentally friendly and cost-effective way to illuminate your garden or outdoor space. They are powered by sunlight, which is converted into electricity through solar panels and stored in rechargeable batteries for nighttime use. However, the performance of solar lamps can be affected in cold temperatures, resulting in a shorter battery life. Features of the LED solar lamp: Works on solar energy Set of 2 pieces Warm white light Beautiful light effect from above and below Easy installation IP65 splash-proof The wall lamp has a sleek design, making it not only a tasteful addition to your garden lighting in the evening and at night, but also a nice sight during the day. The lamp charges itself during the day via a solar panel to provide your front or backyard with warm white light in the dark. Simply hang this set wherever you want and you don't have to worry about it anymore! Operation of the solar lamp with Dutch weather The burning time of a solar lamp depends on the amount of (sun)light. The more light, the more the battery is charged. In winter, there is less light and the battery is charged less, or sometimes not at all. It also gets dark earlier, causing the lamp to turn on earlier. As a result, a solar lamp burns longer in summer and shorter in winter.
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