Tips 1.Please make sure to turn on the switch before use. 2.If the ground is too hard, do not twist or hammer it with force. Try to soften the ground with water and then insert into the ground. 3.Please be kindly noted that as a solar powered product, the working time is weather sensitive. Tree, building, or unfavourable weather conditions such as clouds, rain or snow also cause loss of performance.
How to test your flame lights? 1. Put torch light upside down on the table or cover the solar panel with your hand. 2. Slightly pressing the switch to test if the solar light work. If it doesn\'t work, please charge it under direct sunshine for 1 sunny day(Switch ON) without any shelter. 3. If it lights up, simply connect the stake and install them, make sure no other strong light shining on it at night.
I got 4 of these. I leave them on the "tiki" light look. These are large and stand up to the weather. Of my 4 , one doesn't work all the time. I upgraded the solor batteries, hoping this... read more »
My neighbors thought I had a fire in my side yard because of the LED Solar Torch. They really do look like little torches. I mean, the product description says, "charming and classical appea... read more »
Keenstone Solar Torch Lights | Versatile Solar Path Light Outdoor Waterproof Dual Modes Solar Light Landscape Decoration Lighting Dusk to Dawn Auto On/Off (2 Pack). Nice looking set of lights. They lo... read more »
These lights are amazing. They come with stakes for the ground, or a base... so you can sit them on a table or the ground. They are solar so no need for batteries or plugging them in.
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I recently purchased these solar torch lights to use on my patio area! I love that I can use them as the lantern style and just set them on my end tables in the patiio outdoor area! I love how b... read more »