The Solar Floodlights claim to work better than competing brands by having rotating tops, designed to catch the sunlight at all hours and in all directions, coupled with the larger collection panels. Larger collection panels allow for more solar power, resulting in up to 12 hours of light. Such light can be mounted to a wall, garage, pole, or affixed into the ground of a garden or driveway with the stakes provided. Versatility is key.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Solar Floodlights is $29.95 plus $6.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Solar Floodlights by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.95 for a total price of $43.85.
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Use them to light up flagpoles in your yard or in a commercial property.
Use them to light up your driveway and / or façade for safety and beauty.
Use them to enhance particular aspects of your landscaping or your flowerbeds.
Use them to elegantly light up any trees in your yard.
Oversized power collectors collect light for up to 12 hours, allegedly providing better lighting quality. They can shine even if your other lights are on.
- Rotating Tops
Rotating tops are especially prudent. The rotating top allows users to point the solar panels directly at the sun, and even move the panels to follow with the movement of the sun. Unique among solar lights, this particular aspect of the design capitalizes upon more sunlight leading to maximum light collection and the 12 hour night time life span.
Each solar powered floodlight comes with a mounting bracket and stake so that you can affix them wherever you need in your yard.
The ability to hook or plant the lights anywhere you want in your yard is a useful tactic. Competing brands do not have this ability, and often only have the mounting brackets or the stakes, but not both. This limits their usefulness to either a wall or column mounting or a lawn or garden placement.
With so many weather types across the country, the weatherproof design is quite useful. This is something that would bode well for customers who experience vastly different climates, though this claim is something that really just means the solar panels won’t break in extreme heat or cold.
They have no wires which makes it easy to place them anywhere you want in your yard or property. Compatible for commercial or private properties, these lights don’t present dangers to pedestrians, pets, or cars. Wires do not stick out, trip small children, or cause any other damage.
- Cheap Plastic
Made from cheap plastic, each piece in these lights is easily broken. While they might be able to recharge in any weather, they certainly cannot stand up to any weather. Assuming they are not already broken upon arrival, a strong wind can knock them off of their mounts or displace them from a garden.
- Poor Light Quality
While the company claims that these lights are strong enough to light up a large space, they produce a barely useful or viable amount of light. The strength of the light is obviously partly contingent upon the sun strength during the day, and on the user ability to constantly move the mount so that it faces the sun directly. Nonetheless, customers have not had nice things to say about the light quality or strength produced by these lights.
They use no electricity, which saves users money. Rather than spending hard earned cash on constant electricity bills resulting from outdoor play time, or safely lighting a driveway all night, customers can invest in these lights one time. After a one time monetary investment, the rest is gained by the sun.