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Add a beautiful starry night effect for your alfresco entertaining

Outdoor Starry Sky Table Light

£15.95

Size (cm): Ø15×15
Ref: TW-5838
Weight: 374g

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Outdoor Starry Sky Table Lights

Add a beautiful starry night effect for your alfresco entertaining
About

This outdoor table globe throws out a delightfully, pretty starry sky night effect. It will give extra ambiance and light to evening alfresco entertaining.

The light is a rechargable LED solar light.

Place on a table tipped to face the sun to charge the solar battery pack.

The lights have a dusk 6 hour timer, coming on at dusk as the sun goes down then running for around 6 hours.

Now discontinued , see here for alternative ideas.

Product Specification
Height 15cm
Diameter 15cm
Weight 374g
Colour Black
Finish Powder coating
Material(s) Metal
Bulb Colour Warm
Colour Temp -
Bulb Type 0.06W LED (non replaceable)
Number of Bulbs -
Bulb(s) Included -
Lumens -
Power Source Solar powered 3 x AA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
Voltage 3V
IP Rating -
Series/Parallel -
Installation -
Timer Function Dusk to dawn with a 6 hour timer
Accessories -
Guarantee -

The solar battery pack will recharge during the day, just fit them and forget about it.

The light comes on automatically with low light levels.

Site the solar panel so it is positioned facing the maximum exposure to direct sunlight.

Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.

Place the solar pack outside for a minimum of 5 hours before using for the first time to refresh the battery charge.The solar battery pack will recharge during the day, just fit them and forget about it.

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Customer Reviews
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  • by Mrs Sam D'mello
    02 October 2017

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