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Model SPX41001

Internet #203627537

Stay On Whole Night 300 Lumen 77 in. Outdoor Black Solar LED Post Lamp

$132.51 /each
  • Black finish
  • LED light that won't need replacing
  • Installs easily

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The 77 in. tall energy-saving solar garden post lamp from XEPA TECHNOLOGIES is perfect for the DIY homeowner. It’s easy to install with its “no electrical wire” set-up so there is no need to hire an electrician. Its weatherproof and rust resistant design will provide years of operation and the LED lights (light-emitting diodes) never need replacing. Simply assemble and place in an area where the solar panel receives direct sunlight for at least six hours a day. The SPX41001 garden post lamp provides an ultra-bright, energy efficient output and will be a beautiful accent to your driveway, walkway or garden area in front or back of your home. The monocrystalline silicon solar panel is protected by a layer of tempered glass to ensure long-lasting reliability.

  • Weather-resistant powder-coated cast-aluminum housing
  • Luminous flux: up to 300 Lumens
  • Black finish offers a stylish, classic look for any space
  • 6500K color temperature for a cool white appearance
  • 10-Volt/2.5-Watt mono crystalline solar charging panel provides energy-efficient lighting
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Continuous illumination time (when battery fully charged) on conservation mode: up to 16 hours; on full power mode: 4 hours
  • Motion range: 160°
  • Switch between low, high and off for versatile use
  • Includes two rechargeable 3.7-Volt/2000 mAh lithium-ion batteries
  • Motion detection distance: 10 ft.
  • Switch model: I-OFF-II

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What material is the post made of? and HOw do you mount the post to the ground?

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June 30, 2016
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Post are cast-aluminum. Posted in backyard, so I dug out a small portion of grass and mounted the post in with a small amount of quick dry cement. I purchased 2 post and set a bench in between for cozy evenings along with a fire pit near.
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The lamp post is aluminum or zinc allow, which is light-weight and rust proof. While you could use 8-inch or 10-inch metal gutter nails to temporarily secure the base to the ground, which I did while I moved the lap around my property to detemine the best location, ideally, for a more permanent mount to the ground you should pour a concrete base using a 10-inch Sonotube and the provided hardware.
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I'm from the Steel State in the USA, where 3 Rivers came together to forge a future for few. The metal in this is cheap and light steel, but the advantage to that is you can mount this on a Cement Square you buy for a buck at Home Depot.
When you want to move it just move the stone. You can choose to mount it permanently.
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I'm from the Steel State in the USA, where 3 Rivers came together to forge a future for few. The metal in this is cheap and light steel, but the advantage to that is you can mount this on a Cement Square you buy for a buck at Home Depot.
When you want to move it just move the stone. You can choose to mount it permanently.
You might want to rethink a permanent mount depending on your local weather or local crime. We had a strong permanent lamp post that was bombed and cut down when I was in the middle of a lawsuit I kept a piece of the strong steel it was made of to remind myself justice is an illusion.
Lastly, when the battery goes if you are a DIYER and have not permanently mounted it to something you can rewire the hollow base to be electrical, or so it appears. Read Less
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Where are the collector cells?

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On the top? Important when trying to avoid shade trees.
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Yes, the solar panel is on the top of the fixture.
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How do you secure it to the ground or pavement?

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I used a small amount of quick dry cement to cover the bottom. Not to much, didn't want to cover the sleek design.
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Where can I obtain replacement batteries?

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I own the SPX 41001 77' Lamp Posts and its time to replace the batteries. Where can i obtain replacement batteries without going to the XEPA and paying a arm & a leg for batteries?
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best solar lights! This is the best solar light I have ever purchased! It stays on all night and illuminates a large area. I live in the country and like the option of turning it off when I want to stargaze. June 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Back Yard Find The solar post added a look of elegance to my backyard oasis. The post illuminates the garden area and is a cozy place to sit under while enjoying the outdoors. Love it! June 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good lamp post Works pretty good, not as bright as I thought it would be, but it's good May 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by These are very pretty lamps The lamps are very nice, however they could have been a little more sturdy. I live in La. so we have a great deal of storns, so I had cement poured in the ground to keep them in place. They were easy to install I am just wondering when it is time to change the batteries will they be that easy to remove the Light part of the post and remove the battery? Overall I am pleased with them. May 6, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by OK lamp, with some issues There is a lot to like about a lamp that does not require an electrical supply. Unfortunately, this one also had a few issues. The good: The lamp is fairly well constructed out of aluminum, Assembly is very simple, one section is held together with 3 allen bolts (allen key supplied), the other sections just screw together. The globe is glass and not plastic. Rechargeable batteries are user changeable. All mounting hardware, and template are included (see picture). The lamp has 3 settings. High, Low (which turns to High, if motion detected), or Off. The bad: The finish is not very robust. My had chipped in the box before it arrived (see picture). The 3 holes that accept the allen bolts were poorly cut and made assembly fiddly. The unit is more of a feature lamp than a full size one (see picture next to my workshop door for scale). The batteries need replacing after 500 cycles, that is 500 days. The manual states they last for 'almost 2 years' at 500 cycles. 2 years is 730 days, so its closer to 1.5 years. The motion detector is on one side, so 360 degree motion detection is not possibly. If approached from behind or the side the light will not change to full brightness. November 28, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice lights with a cool spider lines We thought the glass had broken in transit for the lights but it turns out it is the new design. It does produce a cool pattern in the driveway and provides light for the dark end near the garage. One of the batteries was bad but the manufacturer replaced it quickly and free of charge. January 7, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Attractive Solar Lamp Post with Variable Luminescence This was a welcome decor change to an ordinary house front. I've wanted a lamp post. What's in the box? 4 Easy pieces. 1) The base gets screwed into cement - screws included. 2) Two lamp post pieces - one uses screws to go on and one is threaded. 3. A Solar Lamp threaded to easily screw on the post. What wasn't in my box? The screws were poorly packed, I was missing four screws that secure the first part of the pole to the base. Luckily, I had access to another set. First flaw I found that downgraded the quality was in the second screw on metal pole, it had a mfg flaw. Again, I'm from a former steele mfg state and study metal arts, this isn't a high quality heavy metal. That isn't always bad. In tropical storm areas of the country light weight pieces like this, installed so they can be brought inside, are better than a permanent heavy metal light. Before permanent installation I assembled the Lamp Post and set it on the base. The tools I needed were a Drill with a cement bit, a socket kit to secure the long screws provided and a level. I placed the lamp outside two days in a row to ensure it was fully charged. Then I decided where I would place the Electric eye, a plastic round piece seen in my photos below, before permanent installation on a base. The Low light setting stays on all night. The light has 3 positions, Low, Off, and Bright. The only place that the Motion Detector is of use is when the light is on Low. When Motion is detected the low light illuminates brighter. It doesn't seem much brighter, but I tested it on the night of a full moon. The 160 degree angle that the motion detector works on is somewhat erratic. It works with a small amount of motion, other times you have to be on top of it to make it work. But, I have this near an electric motion detector that is erratic, so that appears normal to me. This is attractive both from a distance and close up. The light works in the ten foot area and projects rings of light. Some people might not like the lamp glass, it appears rained on. That's how it was described to me. I like it. The last test of this Lamp Post will be how long the battery lasts. Hopefully I won't be finding out for a couple of years. We had a blackout last week so this Solar Lamp Post is needed for when my electric company fails again! December 2, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice :) Let me start out by saying the quality was far more superior than I would have imagined. I love the "bubbled" look in the glass. The actual lantern was bigger than I had imagined so was thrilled with that, as well. The entire piece is made very well and is quite sturdy. I was afraid it may have been something that I'd considered "flimsy" but on the contrary....very study and well built. There is even a diagram on how to install it into concrete (or deck) which I appreciated. Very pleased and think you will be, too. The ease of solar vs. electric was also a HUGE factor..you'd never know by looking at it that it's solar....which is so cool! November 29, 2012
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