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Solar Outdoor Light Retro Iron Art Hanging Lantern for Tree Garden Yard

$22.57
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Solar Outdoor Light, Vintage Leaves Iron Art Lamp, IP44 Waterproof, Retro Hanging Lantern with Handle for Tree Garden Patio Yard Pathway Lawn
Feature:
- Decoration and functionality: Solar iron lanterns have a sense of retro, elegance and functionality. Solar lights provide some much-needed lighting and project gorgeous leaf patterns. It is a great decoration for gardens, backyards, driveways, paths and even camping.
- Auto on/off: The light automatically turns on at dusk and turns off at dawn. Simply put it in a sunny place, let it absorb some light (about 8 hours), and expose it to warm and soft light for up to 6-8 hours. (Note: There is an ON/OFF switch on the lampshade, please make sure you use it for the first time.)
- Quick Installation: The solar light can be started and operated easily. Just open the lid, turn on the switch, and place or hang the light wherever you want.
- Sustainable solar energy: No power cord is needed, just install the solar light in a sunny place! Solar panels use the energy of the sun to charge a 300mAh Ni-MH battery, which is highly energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
- Waterproof and rustproof: This solar light is made of high-quality plastic and high-grade metal, IP44 waterproof, heat-resistant, and can cope with various weather conditions. Even better, the switch is designed inside the lamp to provide additional waterproofing. (Note: Do not immerse in water.)

Specification:
Material: Iron Art
Size: 18 X 9cm/7.09 X 3.54in
Waterproof Rating: IP44
Power Source: Solar
Working Time: 8-10 H
Charging Time: 8 H
Solar Panel: 2V 80mA
Battery: Built-In 1.2V 300mAh Rechargeable Battery

Note:
Due to the different monitor and light effect, the actual color of the item might be slightly different from the color showed on the pictures. Thank you!
Please allow 1-3mm measuring deviation due to manual measurement.

Package Content:
1 X Solar Outdoor Light
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