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Our Victorian series is the most popular and most functional series of our solar lights. The new solar LED bulb is integrated into each individual fixture. Designed like the classic post lamps of the Victorian era, this black solar lamp post w/ 3 lamps from Gama Sonic stand 87″ tall and will surely impress with its beauty and timeless design, and is great for adding light to your yard or street. An energy and money saving replacement for any electric or gas-powered outdoor lighting, this light fixture is made of cast-aluminum, and is rust-resistant with a powder-coated black finish. Just secure this lamp post to a concrete pad with the included bolts.
• Lamp Post with 3 Lanterns
• Solar Panel
• Beautiful beveled glass, makes the lamp fixtures reminiscent of the 19th Century lamps.
• Gama Sonic patented cone-reflector technology to make the light brighter
• Included efficient Lithium-ion battery pack charges when sunlight is on the fixture’s integrated solar panels.
• 33 Super-Bright LED bulbs are Powered by the built-In, solar-powered Batteries
• Automatically turns on and off, however, there is also a manual on/off switch for your convenience
• Solar lamp lights have a durable, rust-resistant frame which can be bolted down (bolts included)
• Up to 12 hours run time on a full charge
• LED Color: 2700K
• Lumens: 450 (150 x 3)
• # of SMD LEDs: 33 (11 x 3)
• Battery: Li-ion
• Battery Capacity: 3000 mAH
• Voltage: 3.2v
• Power Source: Mono-Crystalline Solar Cel
• Light Duration: Up to 12 hours
• Measurements: 10″ x 25″ x 87″ high
• Weight: 28 lbs
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Warranty – 2 Year:
If within 2 years from the date of purchase this product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship, it will be repaired or replaced free of charge with purchase receipt.
The included replaceable li-ion battery pack is good for about 1,000 charges, and the solar panel is protected by durable, cleanable, tempered glass. Recharging speed varies based on weather conditions, but usually the solar panels require about 6 hours of sunlight to achieve a full solar charge of the battery packs after they’ve been completely run down, with the light duration being up to 10 hours.