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Hampton Bay Solar-Powered LED Starburst Nickel Stake Lights (5-Pack)
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Discontinued Hampton Bay

Solar-Powered LED Starburst Nickel Stake Lights (5-Pack)

  • Energy- and money-saving
  • Long-lasting LED bulbs that rarely need replacements
  • Easy to install, no wiring

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Get energy- and cost-saving accent lighting that's also stylish. The Hampton Bay Solar-Powered LED Starburst Nickel Stake Lights uses bulbs that rarely need replacing. Installations is also easy with no wiring required, simply stick them into the ground in your desired location(s). A built-in photocell sensor automatically turns the fixture on at dusk, so you don't even need to worry about doing so.

  • Comes in a pack of five
  • Changes color from red to blue to green
  • Can stretch up to 315 in. long
  • Comes with a 0.7-watt LED bulb
  • Includes the necessary 3.2-volt lithium battery

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length of wire between each item?

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What is the length of wire ( in inches ) between each item in the set?
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December 15, 2015
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I would estimate 3 feet. Might not be exact. I have two on either side of the house and they expand pretty far.
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There is approximately 5 feet (60 inch) between each pole and the solar panel
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How far down in the ground...with wires?

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Smyrna, TN
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June 23, 2015
I own a lot of solar lights and each has it's own solar panel. I understand how the solar panel works when you have to place the panel in the sun to charge, but the item can be in the shade if need be. How do you put these in the ground if they have a wire that handcuffs them to all the other lights in the set. And how far in the ground can you put them? Seems like if you put the stake/wire down far enough in the ground to keep them straight and secure, there won't be enough slack wire + they'll only be 2 inches apart. ?? How far apart can you place these star lights and not have them fall over? I'd like to get 3 sets. Already have about 15 of the solar crackle globe ones that can be set to all white/clear or color morph and 2 solar glass gazing balls that do the same thing from Smart Solar. It's beautiful at night....but I can't mess with something that's not going to work.
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The stake tips on the bottom of the poles are about 3in long and the wires go in where the stake and metal rod meet (about 3 inch up). The stakes have 4 fins to hold them in place so you shouldn't need to push them into the ground any further than that. The wires are about 5 feet long in between each light assembly / rod so you have plenty of room to place them into the ground and still keep them about 5 Read More
The stake tips on the bottom of the poles are about 3in long and the wires go in where the stake and metal rod meet (about 3 inch up). The stakes have 4 fins to hold them in place so you shouldn't need to push them into the ground any further than that. The wires are about 5 feet long in between each light assembly / rod so you have plenty of room to place them into the ground and still keep them about 5 feet apart. Read Less
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I have too much (even in the Tucson sun) shade in my yard and found it difficult to keep my individually staked lights in enough sunshine for effectiveness. With the one solar panel I can place the collector panel high on a wall and the stakes in the shade. Not 2" apart at all--enough wire between solar panel on wall and each stake to spread them effectively. The wires are above ground, above each stake. Read More
I have too much (even in the Tucson sun) shade in my yard and found it difficult to keep my individually staked lights in enough sunshine for effectiveness. With the one solar panel I can place the collector panel high on a wall and the stakes in the shade. Not 2" apart at all--enough wire between solar panel on wall and each stake to spread them effectively. The wires are above ground, above each stake. Haven't had any problems so far, even with the monsoon winds we have been having here. Read Less
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Are these still available? I hope so because we love them!! Theyre beautiful and after 2-plus years are still going strong.

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I have had them on my wait list for over a year. I really wish they would come out again. We love them too!
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These are out of stock on-line, would they be available in any local Home Depot stores in the Buffalo NY area?

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May 25, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Mark. These LED stake lights have been discontinued and are no longer available. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 51 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful addition to landscape A very reasonable price for five separate solar lights all connected to one solar panel. This is the fourth set I've purchased and it has been as dependable as all the others. The changing colors add so much interest to my planting areas. Pictures shows the five stars plus several additional solar lights. June 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Was better than expected Bought this for my mom birthday and she absolutely loves it February 11, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pleasantly surprised!! Connection lines were tangled coming out of the box and takes a while to untangle but after that it's very easy installation. I like that all the lights work off of one solar panel since I do not get full sun on entire space. February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Really nice but doesn't last long enough. I really like these lights but I have noticed they never seem to last as long as I think they should. They have never lasted overnight even when it was sunny all day. If it was partly cloudy, they won't even make it to midnight. Cloudy and they don't come on at all. Solar powered lights are really convenient but I just wish they could make some that would last longer. These do look good and they should make it through the evening as long as there was some sun that day. I would have rated them 3.5 if that were possible. December 30, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Great looks but bad batteries I ordered three Hampton Bay solar light sets. All batteries were dead. It took three sunny days for two sets to finally light up. The other does not light up due to the battery. With the batteries so slow to charge I am hoping I will enjoy them, especially with the winters and less sun we have in Buffalo. It took some time to carefully unravel the wires to line them up. One small stake did not match the set so I am now short one stake. It is also difficult to attach the small plastic stakes to the metal posts. When lite they look very nice. The changing colors are also nice. The price was reasonable, but disappointed in Hampton Bay as they do have dependable products. The batteries are the problem. November 10, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice lights but very brittle plastic. I bought a pair of these. They work great and look good. BUT, the metal poles that go into the plastic stars easily break the hard brittle plastic December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful lights! These lights are stunning, easy to set up, and inexpensive. Not sure why Home Depot would put them on clearance. Why discontinue a product with such great reviews? December 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by NIce lights but time will tell I purchased 5 of these sets but have only taken 1 from its box to test it. We are going to use these next year in the back yard. I unpacked the lights, (they were packaged securely) and did as the instructions told me to do with regards to charging for 24 hours. I laid them on the back deck table all day for 2 days to charge and then turned them on that night and they were truly beautiful. The changing colors were very nice and were not all in unison so that made them even nicer in my opinion. The 'starburst' tops may be a bit fragile so be careful when setting these lights up. I would recommend placing the posts in the ground where you want them before placing the tops on so there will be less chance of breaking them. Time will tell if the tops will last. For the price, you can't go wrong. October 20, 2015
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