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Tiki Light is a solar-powered LED light that rests on a pole and has a realistic-looking dancing flame. It can be placed anywhere you can get a stake in the ground outside your home, and will automatically turn on at night and off when daylight breaks. Since it's powered by the sun, it won't require any wiring, so you'll be able to set it up in minutes. While the flame looks realistic, the light will always stay cool to the touch, so it won't burn anyone.
The cost of Tiki Light is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Tiki Light at the discounted price of only $7.99 for a total price of $35.97. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: buytikilight.com
Once you have a Tiki Light and are ready to use it, you'll need to attach the included pole that it'll rest on and the stake you'll need to put it in the ground.
After your pole and stake are attached securely to your light, poke the stake into the ground in your desired location, such as in your garden or near your pool. Keep in mind that there'll have to be at least a bit of soil in the area you choose, or there will be nothing for you to poke your stake into.
If it's daytime, you'll have to wait until nighttime to see your light turn on. It'll charge by taking in the sun's rays through the built-in solar charger on its flat top, and then use that charge to turn on at night. If it's nighttime when you install your light, you may have to wait for it to charge the next day before you can view its dancing flame. Regardless, once it turns on, it'll be capable of staying lit up for up to eight hours at a time.
Each Tiki Light is black with a yellow flame, which means it'll go with the decor in the majority of yards.
These lights will withstand difficult weather conditions such as snow, rain, and hail without losing their effectiveness, and can be used in any climate, all year round. You may have to bring in some of the decorations you have in your garden or yard for the winter, but not this one.
The light within each Tiki Light that's powered by the sun is an LED light, and these lights tend to have a long life. Your light may last you for years without needing to be replaced, even if you use it on a daily basis.
Although these lights will automatically turn on when it's dark, and automatically turn off when it's light again, you can also control your light yourself. When you want to interfere with the automatic schedule, just use the on and off switch located at the bottom of your light, close to where it's attached to its pole.
The dancing flame within each Tiki Light is nice to look at, but unlike a real flame, it'll never get hot, nor will any part of one of these lights. That means you'll never have to worry about a child, a pet or even an adult burning any part of their body on it. You'll also be able to move it while it's on, if needed, without being concerned about getting burned.
If your yard has little or no lighting, and you stumble to your door in the dark or wander around by your pool with no illumination, you could end up getting hurt. To solve that problem, one or more Tiki Lights will give you some soft light so you can walk around safely, but not so much illumination that your neighbors will get annoyed.
The flame within each one of these lights isn't real—it's just made by an LED bulb—so it will never cause a fire. You should try to keep real flames away from trees, shrubs and wooden objects that you want to preserve, but you'll be able to put the Tiki Light right next to any of those things.
Tiki Lights come in sets of two, so you can put each of yours in different locations. You could also set them up near each other, such as putting one on each side of a gate, if that looks attractive on your property. If you've got a cottage, you may want to take one or more there, too.
It's great that to install this light, all you'll need to do is poke in one stake. On the flip side, though, all a thief would need to do is remove that stake in order to steal it. It would be easier for them to steal one of these lights than an electrical light that was wired to your home.
The Tiki Light won't be an ideal choice for every apartment dweller, as in order to install it, you'll need some soil or a close substitute to stick it into. If you don't have your own yard at your place, your only option would be to stick yours in a potted plant.
There's no set height that the Tiki Light has to rest at. If you want it to appear taller, don't poke its stake into the ground as far, and if you want it to appear shorter, poke it further into the ground. Its height can be quickly changed with an adjustment to the stake, and you don't need to leave any of these lights in one place, either. Whenever you feel like moving one, just pull up its stake and carry it to a new place.
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