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The Solar Centre Thea Solar Garden Spotlight


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  • Contains 4 double sized LEDs capable of lighting up to 45 feet. Ideal for lighting large garden features
  • Powerful 1.4w solar panel charges 3 X 1500mAh AA rechargeable batteries (replaceable), can light for up to 10 hours after dark
  • Designed for UK weather conditions and will work reliably throughout UK winter - 12 month warranty
  • Can be staked into lawn or mounted to walls, decking, fences or signs (fixings included)
  • Turns on and off automatically but can be switched off via the on / off switch

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 13.8 x 58.8 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 898 g
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  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: SS7502
  • ASIN: B003ZUXWTS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Aug 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,404 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

Product Description

Product Description

The Thea Solar Garden Spotlight is easily one of the most powerful solar garden spot lights currently available. With a whopping 8 super bright LEDs backed up by a 1.4w solar panel, the Thea Solar Garden Spotlight will comfortably light to a distance of 15 metres. The Thea Solar Garden Spotlight now comes with fittings for wall / fence or deck mounting.

How does it work?

The Thea Solar Garden Spotlight has a powerful 1.4W solar panel that charges the high capacity batteries during the day. At night the Thea Solar Garden Spotlight illuminates automatically until dawn where it starts charging again for the night ahead.

How do I install it?

Installing the Thea Solar Garden Spotlight couldn’t be easier. Firstly decide if you want to spike the light into the ground, or if you'd rather deck or fence mount the unit.

Spike Mounting

1. Connect the 2 larger poles and the spike together
2. Connect the light to the assembled pole and spike
3. Gently push the assembled light into your lawn
4. Press the power button and wait until dark

Fence / Wall Mounting

1. Screw the smaller triangular fitting to your fence or wall
2. Attach the light unit to the installed fitting
3. Press the power button and wait until dark

Deck Mounting

1. Screw the larger triangular fitting into your decking
2. Attach the light unit to the installed fitting
3. Press the power button and wait until dark

Box Contains

  • 1 x Thea Solar Garden Spotlight with integral 1.4watt solar panel
  • Internal rechargeable battery pack
  • Spike for lawn mounting
  • Wall/fence/decking mounts
  • 6 x screws and 6 x rawlplugs
  • Instructions

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.2 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Cryptoplank on 23 Mar 2011
    As other reviewers have already said there are lots of brackets and attachments so you have lots of options about how to position/fit the light. All pieces are plastic, but are nonetheless very study and whilst somewhat utilitarian are not ugly as far as I'm concerned. I'm guessing that most people that buy solar lights do so not because they particularly want a solar light but moreover because they want a light without the expense, inconvenience, or disruption of running cables. This leads to a trade off that must be part of the decision to buy and certainly must be part of one's expectations. The light from this lamp does not last from dawn to dusk, nor is it as bright as a mains powered halogen lamp, but it certainly does generate enough light to see by, does last long enough into the night for when I care about, and is very easy to position (and reposition as I've done already). So am I pleased with it, yes, could it be improved upon, well possibly, as another reviewer noted the solar panel angles forwards and backwards in line with the light but is not capable of being tilted to either side - a feature that I suspect would give better "sun capture" although may risk making the fixture either less sturdy or more expensive, now how much actual difference it would make I don't know. If I could have, I would have probably knocked half a star off for that but didn't feel it deserved to lose a whole star so have gone for 5 stars. So yes I'd recommend it as a good example of what it is - and no electricity bills!
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Chris Taylor on 2 Sep 2011
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    I purchased these from Amazon as I had read reviews that were informative and praised the quality of the product. Also I was totally fed up with buying much cheaper solar lights from a couple of well known supermarkets that worked for a season and then failed.
    The lights arrived well packaged and were very easy to assemble. They charged up over 2 days and from the moment I switched them on they have been brilliant in terms of performance. I am very impressed with the light they give out and they really do illuminate the dark areas of the garden.
    I am totally satisfied with lights, do not begrudge the extra money as the product is so good and the effect on my garden has given me a lot of pleasure. These lights will be coming in doors for the winter and will be carefully stored ready for next spring. A sizeable investment, but well worth it.
    I just have to dispose of 12 solar lights that no longer function but were much cheaper than the Thea Solar Garden Spotlights. Moral of the story is I guess you get what you pay for.
    I can now extend this review as the lights are now back in the garden for their second tour of duty. They are functioning just as well as last year and giving me as much pleasure. As they can be placed anywhere in the garden, new locations can be tried and they are versatile enough to deal with the ever changing garden landscape. These lights are really great.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Loopeydoo on 16 Mar 2012
    Well was a bit sceptical about this item as have bought various solar spotlights in the past. No need for concerns. Left item to fully charge for 3 days and pow what a light! Shone everything up that I wanted it to. Make sure solar panel is facing south as much as it can. That's the only downfall. It doesn't let you swivel enough but just re-positioned till I could get a proper angle. Didn't use wall or patio mounts. Just used ground spike. Was that bright shone through curtains. So turned it round. Yes I would recommend this item.
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    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Hal Marshall TOP 100 REVIEWER on 7 May 2013
    I was admiring the effects of this light in my front garden a few moments ago and suddenly had an overwhelming desire to sing its praises, to spread the word about how very impressive it is. My first instinct was to jump in front of it, bathe in its limelight and fashion a little something in its honour in the style of Pam Ayres but I thought that might make me look slightly eccentric. So, here I am on Amazon instead.

    This spotlight has been my faithful companion for very nearly three years now. It came with me when I was asked to leave my former home by my former wife and its light has been defying the hours of darkness almost nightly ever since. Even in the depths of winter, the spotlight bravely carries on and is still a wonderful feature. However, this recent warm and sunny weather has allowed it to show off properly. It really is as bright as the description hints at, as well as being of sturdy construction and with an immense stamina. Up until that last bit, my spotlight and I were singing from the same hymn sheet, although recently it's probably brighter than me. The solar panel can be moved in order to chase the sun's energy and the spike which drives the light firmly into the ground would no doubt look attractive to Professor Van Helsing, in any kind of Dracula-related emergency.

    This brightness cannot be overemphasised. It looks like a mini-floodlight. I have visions of teams of spiders and teams of beetles meeting under it for a kickabout every evening. I know you're supposed to pluck one lucky shrub from gardening obscurity and showcase it in the spotlight for all to see, but that seems a bit unfair to me, so I do tend to fiddle with its positioning rather excessively.
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