Frostfire 16 Bright LED Wireless Solar Powered Motion Sensor Light (Weatherproof, no batteries required)

October 31, 2014 - Comment

The Frostfire solar led outdoor light is a high quality light suitable as a security light or shed/garage light. The Frostfire solar light uses a powerful 0.6W solar panel to charge the light during the day. At night it lights up once motion is detected and turns off 30 seconds after motion stops. The Frostfire

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The Frostfire solar led outdoor light is a high quality light suitable as a security light or shed/garage light. The Frostfire solar light uses a powerful 0.6W solar panel to charge the light during the day. At night it lights up once motion is detected and turns off 30 seconds after motion stops. The Frostfire security light is easy to install with the screws and plugs provided. Specifications: -Light body dimensions: 4.75in x 3.5in x 15.in – Solar panel dimensions: 3.35in x 2.15in.

Product Features

  • Powerful 16 LED solar outdoor light, waterproof and heatproof
  • Activates bright light when inside the 3 metre activation zone.
  • No batteries, no cables, easy to fit
  • Modern, stylish and simple design. Solar panel life span: 5 years – LED Life Span – 50,000 hours
  • Kit includes one solar light, activation key, two screws and wall plugs.

Comments

WakkyWabbit says:

Buy new screws before attempting installation Packaged well, received on time. All parts present. Build is sturdy. Takes solar charge well. Went to dim first night and motion detection worked on both. Item is received in the ‘off’ mode and the activation pin must be inserted to activate. When activated, the light will turn on bright for a few seconds then go back off. There is a clear film that covers the solar cells and that must be removed before charging, or so it reads. I removed it.Installation was frustrating. Two screws for two holes and yes, it was frustrating. Each light has two plastic wall anchors and two screws. The two metal screws are of very, very poor quality. Only two of the four screws survived. They are like cotton candy. They strip even with decent pilot holes. I had to take needle nose wire pliers and remove them. I finally went to the hardware store and bought eye hooks. Its not like screws cost a lot. Why make such a good light and frustrate the customer with screws…

Steve Chan says:

Great light that works as advertised and is green (no battery replacements) 0

RG says:

Great product, but one died in one week 0

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