Westinghouse Solar 3X High-Output LED Pagoda Lights, 10-Pk
Not bad if on sale!
Nice warm color LED's. Different from all the white ones everyone else has. Sturdy enough - don't know why anyone would have problems staking these lights in the ground.
However , out of 20 purchase 1 was a complete dud, 4 had dead and leaking batteries. These lithium phosphate rechargeable batteries are impossible to find locally. However, they can be purchased online for about $4.00 each.
August 13, 2010
Great product - buy it!
For the price and for what you get (ten lights!) these are great! They are all plastic - I'm fine with that as they won't rust etc. The quality of the light is good - bright but not "too bright". Nice for creating some atmosphere around your patio.
They charge in the shade and work really well.
These are warm white and look great when lighting up plants etc, they're a bargain!
August 6, 2010
Good deal on sale.
Purchased on sale, not much brighter then the single LED light, did have to pre-dig a hole to put into ground, but none broke, and all worked immediately. Nice design, just not heavy duty construction... all in all one of the nicer sets I have bought in the last 10+ years
August 7, 2009
I installed all 10 lights without breaking one. They all came on within 10 mins of each other and look beautiful. A great accent to our backyard. They even charged in the less sunny areas. All in all, love them.
August 7, 2009
Yes, they are brighter than the standard solar LED garden lights. However good luck sticking them in the ground, unless you live in sand the spikes break with hardly any lateral force, I have broken 4 of the 10 simply trying to get them in moist clay loam soil. Also noticed they inconsistently come on and stay on for vastly varied amounts of time [some go off in less than 3 hours after dark] even being located along the same unshaded path.
Stick with the inexpensive ones, you can buy 3x as many for the same price, and I have yet to break a cheapo...
July 3, 2009