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Black Solar Spot Light
  • Hampton Bay
  • Model 93134
  • Internet #207021681
  • Store SO SKU #1000021212

Black Solar Spot Light

$997 /each
Discontinued Model:

Model # 79134

Internet #204490765

Hampton Bay Matte Black Solar LED Spotlight
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Discontinued Hampton Bay

Matte Black Solar LED Spotlight

  • Weather-resistant ABS plastic material
  • 0.12 watts and color temperature of 4000K (bright white)
  • 2-year warranty

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Product Overview

The compact Hampton Bay Matte Black Solar LED Spotlight shines a bright and focused 15 lumens of light to highlight your favorite features of your landscaping. It offers automatic dusk-to-dawn operation and easy installation for a low maintenance solution. This spotlight is backed by a 2-year warranty and guaranteed not to rust.

  • Shines 15 lumens of light
  • Includes a ground stake for simple installation
  • Offers dusk-to-dawn operation
  • Relies on energy-saving solar-powered technology
  • Comes with one 0.12 watt, 4000K LED
  • Includes one 400 mAh 14430 life PO4 battery
  • Features approval for wet locations
  • Comes with a no-rust guarantee
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is the ground spike removable from this light?

Asked by: GB
Thank you for your question. yes, the stake can be removed from the light's post.
Answered by: Hampton Bay Expert
Date published: 2016-07-14

what are lumens

I'm trying to compare light output to bulbs marked in watt, and candle. is this a spotlight comparable to a 500, 1000, or 150 watt floodlight?
Asked by: rmjservices
if that's the case. why are incandescent bulbs showing a lumen rating?
Answered by: rmjservices
Date published: 2016-07-07

How many hours of sun does it need to get full 8 hour charge?

Asked by: Lis
Thank you for your question. We suggest installing the light in an area where it will get the longest exposure to direct sunlight. 8-10 hours of sunlight should charge the light to light for up to 8 hours.
Answered by: Hampton Bay Expert
Date published: 2016-08-26

does it come with battery

I bought some of these lights, no batteries included.
Asked by: Jake
Yes, it has a rechargeable battery.
Answered by: HappyShopper94
Date published: 2016-08-26
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