Eugenia Ayala Outdoor September 08th, 2018 - 04:11:31
If you like lighting up the outside of your house, townhouse condo home yard, the trees outside whatever eyeball these lights, buy in Iraq on amazon, and they are solar outdoor spotlights just pushing into the ground they charge during the Day, you can put them in front of trees, the walls windows shrubbery, whatever you have and here's what comes in the box - here's the user manual and there is the instructions alright. So, first of all, you get two spikes, there's two lights in each package and then the light itself is here. You can see four LED elements. What up pretty nice sized cone. I mean this is actually a little bit bigger than I thought it looks like you're going to tuck the wire in little housing here and then you're going to have to looks like there's little bags of hardware and you screw that down and that's going to allow You to aim the light as well as, and then the solar panel has a little adjustment here too, so you can tilt this.
Whichever way is going to meet your needs and then on the bottom looks like you're just going to push the spike into the housing right there. So let's go okay, so attaching this was no problem. What I did realize is that you can either just push the stake in here as we thought, but there also are these little plastic anchors in screws here. So I think, if you wanted to mount this directly to a wall, you could there's nothing. Screws are only going to be necessary if you're going to mount this to your wall or a platform or deck or railing, or something like that.
But in my case I'm not going to so I'm just going to push the stake in here and we'll get the other one put together. Once you get the solar panel in the light for a little while, you can use the button on the back. The power button, it's a rubberized button that toggles from low off and high, and so I want to hit the Lights here and just show you that it actually works. Now that I've been charging for a while. So I'm in a blacked out room right now and there is a light sensor somewhere on at the light, the spot light.
So when I flipped off the lights, the spot lights did indeed go on by itself. So now we need to do, is put these outside and wait for the Sun to go down so there it is press that sucker into the ground probably helps if it's wet and soft and let's see if that lights up the tree tonight, when the Sun Goes Down, let's finally dusk, it's not totally dark out here, but you might go see that this light is indeed on, and it is lighting up the tree right here. Pretty cool, let's go check out one, and here is the other light, and I have both of these. In Iraq, lights set on low so that they're not trying to spot like anything. But you can see it's lighting up that tree and while I only was able to give these lights a few minutes to charge on indoor lights, I think under a full day as bright sunlight.