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Ours are permanently hung from the summerhouse and have been for a few months and are fine. They are still alight when I get up early in the morning.
By Dave on 12 August 2014
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Hello - The lights we bought have been absolutely fine through rain and wind so you should have no problem
By Jennifer Western on 25 October 2014
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very long I love them buy three other has well
By jenkins on 02 April 2014
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The power comes from the batteries charged at the point of the solar panel. Once wire cut no power to lights...
By G.Finch on 15 August 2014
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Just four tiny screws on the back....then separate the two halfves, it is connected by the wires, just take the battery out and charge in a battery charger, then replace. If yours doesn't hold charge, use a new one but will need to be a similar rechargeable one.
By kathryn zincke on 13 December 2014
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approx 4 inches by 3 incheson a stand about 4 inches - hope this helps
By Patricia Walker on 24 September 2014
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Should do ok, provided you can put the solar panel close to the light source, and it does get bright light on it. Before you fully install them, why not give it a try
By Ron the One on 13 August 2014
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Batteries included.
By Fortuna on 25 November 2014
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No. Just had a look. Mine are great, but we live in Spain so constant sunshine. They come on like clockwork, just as it starts to go dark. They look lovely.
By Sue Airey on 06 July 2014