- Charges during the day, turns on at dusk
- Easy to stick into the ground
- 27 small LED diodes
This pretty solar cell flower is attached to a practical stick and has plenty of cute LED diodes that start shining as soon as it gets dark. The flower looks like a hydrangea and is easy to stick into your flowerbed and will be a great addition to your other flowers, trees and bushes.
The flower has a diameter of 16 centimetre and there are a total of 27 small LED diodes placed all over the flower. As it gets dark in the evening, the LED diodes light up with a cosy white light. The flower's stalk is 77 centimetres long and can easily be stuck into your flowerbed or lawn. The stalk is very stable as it splits in two down at the bottom.
The solar cell panel is located on the side of the stick and charges the built-in battery during the day. Place the solar cell in direct sunlight to provide the battery with a maximum amount of power. A fully charged battery provides about five hours of light.
To help the battery out at the beginning, turn the solar cell flower on during the day and turn it off at night. Repeat until the battery has charged for about 36 hours in the sun. From then on the solar cell flower can be left turned on all the time.
Number of solar cell flowers per pack: 1
Number of LED diodes: 27
Distance between the diodes: 5 cm
Light colour: White
1 rechargeable AA Ni-MH battery is included