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Wild Grass Solar Garden Lights

Wild Grass Solar Garden Lights. 3 LED Lights, 2V/80mAh solar panel. 1.2 V/500 AAA Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery

This Wild Grass LED Lights use solar power to provide a beautiful, eco-friendly lighting feature to your garden. The lights come in a set of 3 sprigs of fiber optic lights that can be arranged however you desire, each leaf can be manipulated to bend in a pleasing manner.

The Wild Grass LED Lights are powered by a 0.2 watt solar panel that chargers a 500mAh rechargeable NiMH battery. The battery can provide around 6 hours of lighting for the wild grass sprigs from only 8 hours of sunlight. The grass lights achieve this as they use 3 LED bulbs, one per sprig, to provide the lighting. Due to the energy efficient nature of LED bulbs the grass is able to stay lit on very little power. The grass lights turn on automatically as dusk falls to provide a pleasing green light.

The grass lights are simple to install in any garden, the solar panels position does require some thought as it needs to be placed in a spot where it can take advantage of the sunlight. The grass lights need to be positioned nearby in a place you wish them to decorate your garden. Each wild grass sprig can be manipulated at a leaf by leaf level for you to achieve the aesthetics you require.

The Wild Grass LED Lights are just $22.95, and are eligible for free shipping if you spend over $25.

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  • jose Sampaio July 23, 2010, 7:48 am

    Can I Buy at EU the Wild Grass Solar Garden Lights? If I order from the US, I will be charged with import Taxes.

    Many thanks


  • Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) July 23, 2010, 8:53 am

    Hi Jose

    Before I published the article, I did look for an EU-based supplier, but couldn’t find one. Sorry!


  • kirsty September 2, 2010, 1:44 am

    Hey i was just wondering how many lights you get in each set, and how much the cost would be Australian?

    I am from Australia and currently putting on a chairty fundrasing event, and would need them by late October.

  • Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) September 2, 2010, 7:06 am

    Hi Kirsty

    I just review the gadgets, not sell them. Please contact the retailer about importing.