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Solar String Lights Butterfly Lighting 40 LED Warm White


  • LIGHTING SENSOR TECHNOLOGY - Solar panels and rechargeable battery, charge under sunshine and turn on at dusk automatically
  • SUPER LONG WORKING TIME - Illuminates up to 8 hours at night if the panel absorbs enough sunshine during the day
  • 2 SWITCH BUTTONS - Power ON/OFF&Mode switches (8 different modes)
  • WATERPROOF LIGHTS - Can withstand all kinds of weather, including heavy rain and snow, perfect for indoor and outdoor decorations
  • SUITABLE FOR ALL DECORATIONS - These wonderful string lights illuminate during night, adding warm and charming atmosphere to your gardens, patio, lawn, porch, gate, yard, etc
Color Name:Warm White

Features
Powered by solar, no utility electricity costs, eco-friendly
Special butterfly appearance makes your environment looks fantastic, specially suitable for Christmas, Halloween and parties decorations
Automatic design: Under “ON” state, the lights turns off automatically when the solar panel is on a bright environment and turn on automatically at dark 
Easy to operate: 2 switches (ON/OFF), Mode (STEADY ON/FLASHING)

Specifications 
Light color: Warm white 
LED Quantity: 40 LED 
Rechargeable: Ni-MH AA Battery: 1.2V 600mA 
Switch: Power ON/OFF, MODE 
Lighting Mode: Steady On and 7 Blinking modes 
Solar Panel: 2V 100mA 
Charging Time: 6 hours 
Light Length: 24.6ft (7.5m) 
Length between 2 blubs: 0.5ft (0.15m) 
Length from Solar panel to first stake: 4.9ft(1.5m) 
Solar panel with ground stake (8in) for easily positioning 

Warm tips 
It is suggested that the solar panel be fully charged for 8hrs at the first use. 

Package include 
1 x Qedertek Solar String Lights  
1 x Solar Panel with Ground Stake  
1 x User Instruction

Question:
So far I have not gotten them to turn on. I hung them indoors and placed the solar panel at the window. Can they only be used outside?
Answer:
They don't work indoors because I tried that first. Once I put them outside in the sun on my porch they turn on automatically at dusk every nite. I love them very pretty. 
By colleen w on May 7, 2017
They are solar powered, but if you put the solar panel at the widow, it should work, but you'd better make sure that the lights in your room do not illuminate the solar panel(solar panel should be covered), cause the solar panel is light sensor, if it were light up at night, the lights strands will not work. Hope this help, thanks! 
By Holigoo Direct on May 12, 2017
Mine are outside and so fine 
By Amazon Customer on May 7, 2017
no, they can be used indoors and outdoors. There is a switch on the bottom of the solar panel part to turn on 
By Sheri B Lodel on May 7, 2017
Mine work indoors, but only if it is almost completely dark, otherwise they shut off after a few seconds. 
By L. Hamilton on May 7, 2017
Question:
Is the solar panel waterproof like it says the lights are?
Answer:
I have 3 mounted to the roof over my patio. They are exposed to all the elements, so yes. 
By G. Hults on May 14, 2017
Yes mine are outside have been in heavy rains. It is an ambiance of light . I have the all clear ones I have had many compliments on them. 
By Limee49 on May 14, 2017
Question:
Is their an automatic feature on these lights or do they automatically shut off during the day if you leave on?
Answer:
It turns off during the day 
By Datalink on June 12, 2017
I hope you are asking the same thing in this question. During daylight hours, the solar battery recharges. The lights during daylight do not come on. At night, they light up. There is an on/off switch on the battery to keep the lights from coming on at night if you do not want the lights to be on at night. 
By Sheri B Lodel on June 12, 2017
You can turn off but auto they will one on at dusk off at dawn 
By Limee49 on June 12, 2017
this is solar so it charges during day and runs till energy is depleted has 3 modes for lights but no worries about leaving it on its automatic turn it on and at dusk it comes on 
By linda c on June 12, 2017
As long as the button stays on, they will automatically turn on at dusk & off at dawn 
By Redbear on June 12, 2017