|Product Height (in.)||22.8 in||Product Width (in.)||5.9 in|
|Actual Color Temperature (K)||1800||Color Rendering Index (CRI)||80|
|Color Temperature||Amber||Durability||Rust Resistant, Weather Resistant|
|Exterior Lighting Product Type||Path Light||Fixture Color/Finish||Black|
|Fixture Material||Metal||Glass/Lens Type||Textured|
|Included||No Additional Items||IP Rating||IPX4|
|Lens Material||Plastic||Light Bulb Type Included||Integrated LED|
|Number of Housings Included||2||Outdoor Lighting Features||Dusk to Dawn|
|Pack Size||2||Power Source||Solar|
|Product Weight (lb.)||5.59 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Style||Traditional||Voltage (v)||No voltage|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2-year warranty|
A: They have to be directly in the light to charge and they will light up but they don’t last as long on cloudy days
A: If they have been out for some time and were working, try replacing the battery. Also clean the solar panel on top. They need to get 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day. If they are new and in warranty, contact supplier for replacement. I have had four of these out for over a year and they all still light up at night for at least 6 hours.
A: Hi, make sure you remove the flat piece of plastic preventing the battery connection. check to be sure the battery is properly in place. And check the position of the switch for flicker or steady. I left the lights in the bright sunlight over 8 hours before use & have been very satisfied with the performance. Hope this helps
A: Not getting enough sun.
A: We are sorry to hear that you are having this issue. Please make sure that the battery is making proper contact in the battery terminal and that the switch is set to one of the light functions (On or Flame) as shown in step one of the manual. The switch is located under the top of the light opposite the battery compartment. For optimal performance, the lights should be located in an area that receives full, direct sunlight for at least 8 hours per day. If the lights are not located in an area that receives the proper amount of light each day, the batteries will not be able to charge. Also, make sure the lights are located in an area that does not receive any light after the sun goes down. You can check to see if the lights are operating properly by holding your hand over the solar panel on the top of the light. Once your hand covers the solar panel, the light should come on. If the lights are not operating properly, please call Hampton Bay customer service at 1-855-HD-HAMPTON (1-855-434-2678) and one of the team members will be able to get more information to help troubleshoot and resolve the issue.
A: Under the top where you have to remove the shipping tag to activate the batteries.
A: Thank you for your question. to change the batteries, twist the top of the housing. The top will disconnect from the housing an allow access to the battery compartment. This can be seen in detail in the installation guide which is available for download from the Info & Guides section of the product page online.
A: Thank you for your question. The mode switch is located under the top of the light housing. Set the switch to "On" for still light or "Flame" for the flicker light effect. This can be seen in detail in the installation guide which is available for download from the Info & Guides section of the product page online.
A: Remove the top(twist off),there is a switch on the bottom of the lid. On, and flame. Switch to what you want,reinstall top. I have mine on top of fence post,on flame looks great.
A: There’s a button that you slide to get the desired effect.
A: They are certainly bright enough for path lights. Buy them, you will love them.
A: They are not very bright but they have a cool flame effect.
A: No they are not bright , they give off a warm realistic looking flame .
A: Thank you for your question. No, these light are designed to create a decorative flame effect or a steady flame color glow. In general, when looking for brightness of the lights, consider the Lumen rating as that will give you an idea of the brightness. 6 Lumens is not a bright output. If you require very bright light, we would recommend low-voltage lighting. In general, solar lighting is used as accent/decorative lighting with a lumen range of around 6-50 lumens depending on the light. Low-voltage lighting offers much greater light output.
A: No. They are a nice flickering yellowish hue. They look like tiki torches. I had some that were way too bright and returned them. These were what I was looking for.
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