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Solar Path Dancing Flame Tiki Torch Light
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Gorgeous Dancing Animated Flame!
96 LEDs cast a safe, soft, mood-enhancing flame that puts off warm light, along with a natural dancing flame effect. Each LED flickers warm yellow lights, mimicking realistic and natural dancing flames. A safe alternative to the real “flames”.
It collects solar energy all day, then turns on automatically at dusk. The light runs on solar power, so you can place it anywhere! Never needs batteries!
Waterproof & Durable
This light is waterproof (IP65), heatproof and durable, with solid hard plastic construction for withstanding years of sunshine, rain and snow.
Use them anywhere!
Great decorative landscape lights for outdoor events, parties, camping, bbq, wedding, Christmas and many other holidays. Use on your yard, pathways, pool, garden, patio, deck or beach. Add the prefect atmosphere to your place.
28.74" Tall x 4.76" Wide
Long Working Time
- Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery (2200mAh). Light up 10 hours in summer and 5 hours in winter after fully charged. Charging time: 4-8 hours.
Eco-Friendly & Energy-Saving
No electricity cost. Recharged by solar panel under sunlight.
Automatic Work System
The path light with built-in light sensor. Press the on/off button to turn on the lighting system. Then it will turn on automatically at night and turn off automatically at sunrise. Bright your garden, pathway, or lawn. Make your garden much safer at night.
Battery Type: Built-in Rechargeable Lithium Battery (2200mAh)
Color Temperature: 1700-1900K
Charging Time: 8 Hours (max)
Operating Time: 8-12 Hours
Sensor Type: Light Sensor (auto on day / night) IP Level: IP65
Lifespan: 20000 Hours Protect function: Over charging and discharging.
Dimensions: 28.74" tall x 4.76" wide
2 x Solar Lights + Stakes
Before the first use, please place the panel under the direct sunlight to charge for about 10 hours.
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