Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 31
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by HelloSummer Want LED Solar Lights? Get These!
These LED Solar lights are fantastic, and have only gotten better quality-wise over the last year. Bought my first set for our flagstone path and adjacent flower bed last year and have some issues with 2 of the 6, but Home Depot graciously without question sent me 6 more! I purchased an additional 6 this year and they work brilliantly. Solar lights have been hit-or-miss, but these are a quality product. My ONLY issue is the sets don't come with any extra ground spikes, as these are the only pieces that tend to break.
July 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Glassy nice outdoor lights
We ordered one set just to see what they would look like and we loved them and are ordering another set to light up the whole path
July 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mauidude Excellent product
I had been looking for solar powered walk lighting for over a year without success. I bought several of varying styles but found that they either put out too little light or the light was split up into segments. What I wanted was a light that illuminated an area of several square feet. The smaller LED lights did not do this. It would have taken too many to do the job, and being out of options, I decided to take a chance on these. They are an excellent light in that they have a nice look and a set of six easily lights up 18' of driveway. I plan on getting more to light the rest of the driveway.
September 26, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by bexter Love these lights
These lights have a lovely, contemporary look and give off a nice path of light.
The four rating is because the base pole is made of plastic. It is best if you place a piece of board over the top of the base as you hammer it into the ground. This keeps you from breaking it as you insert it in the ground.
December 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cat21B Awesome solar lights
I am very happy with these lights. They give off way more light than the last few sets of solar lights I have tried. They also last much longer. I am not sure how long they last because i am asleep when they go out (it is definitely after 2 am). You get what you pay for. These lights may cost more than the cheapies but they out perform them hands down. They are easy to install, almost anyone should be able to do it. I would definitely spend the extra money and buy these again if mine were worn out.
May 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PRL77 Best solar pathway/driveway lights I've seen
I was looking for some modern solar lights to light the edge of my driveway since wired lights were going to be problematic. Most of the solar lights you can find look like you've captured a small firefly and put it in each light. Just a little light blue spark inside the light. Very ineffective and very cheap-looking. Not these. They give off a nice circle of bright yellowish light. I assume it's because they have larger panels and batteries than the typical solar lights you see. I will probably buy another set for other areas around my front yard and walkway. Well worth the higher cost compared to the typical $3-5 per light cost for most solar lights. They've basically eliminated any desire I may have had for a more expensive, wired lighting solution.
March 19, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Seem to be built to last more than one season
Set them up at dusk on the same day I bought them. I did not expect them to light up until the next night. The batteries must have been charged because whenever I placed my hand over the solar panel they glared in my eye. Very much more bright than I expected. Plus, they are made of metal. Only the spikes are plastic so they do not rust. I'm not sure what the extra spikes are for. They seem to be a different size.
I'm hopeful these will last as long as hard-wired ones. The quality seems similar.
July 12, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by chikai Lights don't last past three hours (Seattle area)
I live in Seattle (Redmond, WA) and after reading the great reviews I decided to purchase this. Given this is beginning of Winter and we get about 8-9 hours of daily sun I was hoping it would be enough to charge this throughly. However night falls around 5pm and by about 8pm the LEDs don't have enough juice. Kind of defeats the purpose of having walk way lights if they don't light up in the evenings. While...I imagine in other latitudes this may be appropriate. I would reconsider if you live in the PacNW.
November 26, 2012