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The 480 Lumens Solar Floodlights

These solar-powered floodlights emit bright, broad beams of light using the most efficient LED bulbs available. Six 1-watt high-performance LED bulbs, each one the equivalent of a 40-watt halogen, provide 480 lumens of wide- angle, brilliant light. A passive infrared motion detector triggers the lights when movement is detected with 30', guaranteeing to startle unwanted guests or illuminate a patio or walkway as you pass by. The solar panel connects to the light via a 10' cord, allowing you to place the solar panel on the roof for optimal exposure to sunlight and install the light in a shaded area under an eave or porch. You can rotate the floodlights 360° and tilt them 220° to cast bright light in almost any direction. Since the unit is powered by the sun, it allows for installation anywhere on your home. Includes three C batteries and mounts to a wall using the two provided screws. 11 1/2" H x 11" W x 7" D. (2 3/4 lbs.)

Lifetime Guarantee

The 480 Lumens Solar Floodlights come with The Hammacher Schlemmer Lifetime Guarantee. Items that we sell are guaranteed for their normal life under standard non-commercial use.

Should any product fail to meet your expectations, we will replace it or refund the cost of the item less shipping and service fees. Returns older than one year will be credited in form of a gift certificate.

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Item 76755
Price $59.95
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The 480 Lumens Solar Floodlights.
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The 480 Lumens Solar Floodlights.
The solar panel connects to the light via a 10' cord, allowing you to place the solar panel on the roof for optimal exposure to sunlight.