The design of these LED solar lights is very original and realistic, representing honey bees, which light up when charged by solar light.
They give a warm white light rather vividly. There are 50 such bee shaped LED lights on 24 feet (7 meters) copper wire.
These are attached to a solar panel which includes a rechargeable battery.
The solar panel is anchored to the spike by a holder, and in this way, the solar panel can be placed into the ground either in a plant pot or in the garden.
There is a rotating button that can change the angle of the solar panel.
There are two press-on buttons at the back of the solar panel. One turns the lights on or off and the other one, the ‘Mode’ button, alternates among 8 lighting modes, such as twinkle, flashing, fading slowly, steady, etc.
The lights are waterproof. The solar panel charged by the solar light is economical to use. The cable is flexible and can be shaped in any position to be attached to trees, fences, gates, plants, etc.
These solar lights can be used both outdoors and indoors, creating a festive atmosphere.
They make a nice decoration for the garden, deck, patio area and even on a Christmas tree. It took me longer to charge them to the winter sun than charging them in summer, however, the light is still strong and beautiful and the bee lights are vivid and decorative.