Eureka Large Firefly Lantern
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As we evaluated each one, we assigned them scores, and the models that topped the test were awarded BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Best Buys. Each review has a detailed list of pros and cons for clarity and has been rated according to set up, features, performance, and value for money. Only the stand-out solar lights have made our list, so you can buy with confidence. Solar powered– Simply place this lantern in the sunlight and it will charge each day ready for the evening. String lights: The bigger, brighter cousin of fairy lights. Also on wire, but the bulbs of string lights are spaced out more widely than fairy lights, and are much brighter, for festival-style illumination.
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Give your home a rustic touch with this solar powered firefly lantern. The charming design features 12 white LEDs on a wire in a large glass bulb with a metal frame surround that will look quaint and sophisticated in your garden.With a solar powered charger and rechargeable batteries you won't need to worry about a mains supply to this light. Simply place somewhere with an adequate amount of sunlight during the day and it will switch on automatically when the levels get low. Leave this lantern to do it thing and enjoy the ambient light during the evenings. Features and Benefits
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Decorative– An ambient light at night and a decorative piece during the day, this is perfect for almost any garden decor. We put a range of solar lights to the test, using them in urban, suburban and rural gardens across the country. We started testing at the end of February 2022, and collected our results in late May, so we’ve put these lights through months of different lighting and weather conditions. They’ve seen wind, rain, hail and sleet; cold snaps, heat waves, and even dust from the Sahara. Fairy lights: Think of the lights on a Christmas tree - they have small, dim LEDs, narrowly spaced along a wire, and are ideal for decorative lighting.Stake lights: These tend to be spiked stakes with bulbs at the top that provide low-level lighting, ideal for guiding the way along a path or softly lighting flowerbeds. Fence lights: Small up or down lights, these sit on fence posts or can be mounted on walls, for lighting all the way along your boundary.