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Solar Powered 'Flood Lights'

Posted by gardenlady48 z5 IL (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 11, 06 at 17:28

Is there really such a thing??? Solar powered flood lights that really can do the job??? Bell & Howell advertised some on TV...claims they light up your garden, used as an uplight to trees etc. Please save me the effort...if they don't really do the job, let me know.
Thanks for your time.
Pam


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RE: Solar Powered 'Flood Lights'

I have asked this question in another well known forum before. From the responses I got they don't sound too great. If you want them for uplighting trees the solar panel will have to be in full sun all day. That means getting the kind with the separate solar panel. In that case you would still have wires. Another complaint that I have heard is that they emit a bluish colored light. It's not the warm color of low voltage.


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