The Brightlite - Solar powered long lasting garden light


The Brightlite

Solar powered long lasting garden light


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The Brightlite is a solar power garden light that provides 60 lumens super bright light throughout the night.

  • Long lasting
  • Weather proof (rain, dust & storm)
  • Last 6+ hrs at full charge
  • No wire, hang anywhere

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Link

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/energyenthusiast/the-brigthlite-a-super-bright-solar-garden-light



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Comments 9


passed it but can you correct the spelling in the body please from 'Brigthlite' to brightlight. thanks!

27.10.2019 15:05
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Done ...Thanks

27.10.2019 15:08
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Spelling is still wrong, and that's the reason I approved another duplicate post. Please fix it.

27.10.2019 18:09
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Sorry ...my mistake...
Edited and fixed

27.10.2019 18:13
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The product looks great, I am not sure, why it has not got enough backers, may be because of price of 40$ ?

27.10.2019 17:24
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Greetings @xabi,

How very ingenious.

To be able to hang light anywhere.... should be quite convienent ......no wiring involved.....lovely!

Appreciate this fine product....thank you for the introduction.

Cool Hunt!

Cheers!

27.10.2019 23:06
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6 hours is not great as most of the solar lights can last double that these days. Having solar in the garden for security lights is the way everyone should be using them as even when the main power goes out you still have light.

28.10.2019 00:44
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They're beautiful - and eco friendly as well. I think six hours is enough - it takes you from say 4 p.m. deep in winter to about 10 p.m. Nobody wants to be outside after 10 in the winter anyway. In the summer it should take you from 10 p.m. (sunset) to about 4 a.m. if you want to stay up that long.

28.10.2019 14:06
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