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Gamasonic GS-29W Solar-Powered LED Spotlight, White Bulb
The Gamasonic GS-29 Solar Spotlight will light up your trees, flowers and other nice spots in your garden. It stays bright up to 10 hours per night. It charges by day and automatically turns on at night. No wiring needed. Comes with hardware and instructions for ground and wall installation.
- No Wiring Needed
- Auto Dusk to Dawn Operation
- Super Durable and Weather Resistant Construction with Ultra Bright LED
- Both Ground and Wall Installation Options. All Hardware Included
- Save Money by Using Free Energy From the Sun
No Wiring Needed
Auto Dusk to Dawn Operation
Super Durable Weather Resistant Construction
All Hardware Included
Installation options: ground, wall
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92 of 94 found the following review helpful:
Solid Solar Spot LightSep 24, 2007
I've looked everywhere on the net to find a good Solar Spotlight for my backyard. Most of the complaints with solar lights is the weak output of light and the short duration of light. This is very true with most of these lights. This light is really well bulit and well designed. You can move the solar panel according to the sunlight easily and it comes with the option of steaking it into the ground or a wall mound kit. After I put it in the sun to charge it up for a few hours it was good to go that night. I was impressed with the output of light. You must realize this will not compare with the real thing but it does the job very well. It's a very soft look so if you want lots of heavy light then get the real thing and spend a lot of money. For 20 bucks this is a great light. I've ordered about 15 at this point to fill in the dark areas of my yard. I have some 15 foot palm trees and put 2 spots on each tree and it looks great. Buy one and do a test like I did and I think you will end up buying more. By the way, out of 15 I bought 1 was not working properly and the customer service was fantastic. They emailed me a ups lable and will swap it and send me a new one.
23 of 23 found the following review helpful:
Best value solar spotlightNov 05, 2010
By Will Macpheat
I bought one of these in September, primarily because it would mount on a fence, and the other reviews spoke highly of the amount and duration of light. I am not disappointed, and, am, in fact trying (without a lot of success) to get two more. There are probably other solar lights that will shine brighter and for a longer period. I have a catalog with one claiming to do just that. And it also will mount on a fence. It costs $100. As solar lights go, this one from Gamasonic is brighter than most, and shines longer than most. It shines 15 to 20 feet bright enough to cast a shadow. It is now early November here in Montana and gets dark by 7 PM. So the light is on by then. With a day of bright sunlight, the light is still on at 8 AM, when it is light enough to go out. Granted, it is not full strength after 13 hours of shining, but I would say that it even shines that long is outstanding. After a cloudy day, it will not shine this strong for this long. If you want a really bright light that will shine for longer, get the $100 light - it has 16 LEDs and claims 15 hours. If you don't need that much or are on budget, get these. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
29 of 32 found the following review helpful:
Very bright but not weather resistantNov 22, 2010
By E. Au
I bought several of these about 4 months ago and had been 100% satisfied with their build quality and brightness. During our first rainfall of the season, however, I noticed a few of them flickering on/off and then several of them (I bought 5 total) stopped working entirely now, even days after the downpour. I suppose that some water got into the electrical/battery system...
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Great LightsMar 10, 2011
By D. Veracity
These lights are not as bright as 12v landscaping lights, but they are solar and the lighting is good enough to light up our home at night (we do live int the country without city lights). BUT, it's a good look given our circumstances and a much less ostentatious waste of energy for something as simple as lighting your home. We've only had them up for about a month, but the batteries deliver for about eight hours after being in full sun for daylight hours (we live in Texas - so it makes sense to take advantage of the solar power). I like em and I'm probably be ordering some more to provide landscape lighting for our trees.
For reference, these are much brighter than typical solar sidewalk lights. For reference, one lamp placed about 40' out from the front of our house, will throw a wide even beam midway up the house to the top of a gable - the gable is about 35' tall, so you get a noticeable beam that's about 20' wide by 15' tall. Placing the light any closer and you get a bright halo in the middle vs washing the facade in a light glow. Again, I think they're great.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Cheap, cheap, cheapOct 08, 2011
1. The product is poorly constructed. When I tried to adjust the solar panel it first popped off and then was too loose to remain in position (which is important if you'd like the panel to point to the sun). When I tried to re-attach the panel I somehow managed to break the plastic used to mount the panel on the light.
2. It doesn't work well. I finally got it situated correctly but when I stand in my house, despite a full day charging, I can't even tell that the light is on because it is so dim.
In short, I found this product less than worthless. They stole my money and left me with a piece of litter in my yard.
Don't buy it.
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