Solar Security Lights have become increasingly popular over the last 5 years as electricity prices and environmental pressures soar. Solar Security Lights are surprisingly bright, incredibly easy to install and there are no operating costs.

Thinking of getting a mains powered security light?

Which light is right for me?

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ECO Wedge Solar Motion Welcome Light
ECO Wedge Solar Motion Welcome Light was £24.98 
£19.99
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Evo SMD Pro Solar Security Light
Evo SMD Pro Solar Security Light was £69.98 
£54.98
(79)

Curve Solar Motion Light
Curve Solar Motion Light was £19.98 
£14.99
(264)

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Guide Solar Motion Light
Guide Solar Motion Light £19.98
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Evo SMD Solar Security Light
Evo SMD Solar Security Light was £49.98 
£44.99
(199)

Evo15 Solar PIR Utility Light
Evo15 Solar PIR Utility Light was £24.98 
£19.98
(269)

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Slice Solar Motion Lights (Set Of 2)

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Evo SMD Elite Solar Security Light
Evo SMD Elite Solar Security Light was £89.99 
£79.99
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Shield Twin Solar PIR Light £49.99
(12)

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Eco Wedge Pro Solar Security Light

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EVO SMD Remote Controlled Solar Floodlight
EVO SMD Remote Controlled Solar Floodlight was £99.98 
£69.98
(20)

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Truro Solar Motion Light
Truro Solar Motion Light £19.98
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Astron Booster Solar Panel
Astron Booster Solar Panel was £64.98 
£29.99
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How do solar powered security lights work?

The solar panel charges the internal batteries during the day. At night the solar security light illuminates when it detects motion in the same way as regular mains powered security lights.

How do I install a solar security light?

Solar security lights are very easy to install in comparison with mains powered security lights. Simply attach the light unit to the wall, taking care to think about the location of the solar panel. Ideally the solar panel should be south facing and in the sun for as much of the day as possible - midday sun is always best!

Screws and fixings are included in the box so all you need is a drill and screwdriver to fit the light and then you're up and running with solar power!