London Solar Post Lights
Nice product quickly delivered. There is enough light that I would have preferred that it had a transparent tube about half the height still with the conical reflector, rather than the opal one. With that and mounted at twice the height, you get a useful pool of light on the ground and no glare for the poor old cataract sufferer.
By MikeT on Dec 4, 2013
very effective solar lights
these lights mark out my front path very well despite being placed in a shady garden during an overcast winter.
By jane on Dec 4, 2013
London Solar Post Lights
Disappointed that they don't seem to work in winter despite 3 days charging.
By Clare on Dec 3, 2013
London solar post lights
These lights are fantastic,we'll worth the money,I bought 8 and well pleased With them.
By Colin tingle on Nov 3, 2013
I've had these for three months so have seen them working in the summer and the autumn. Surprised how well they've coped with the reduced autumn light - obviously less bright than a wired light but definitely the best solar lights I've had. Would definitely recommend them.
By Dominic RM on Oct 27, 2011
Excellent product with good light. Worked first time as per the instructions. So good I have bought more so I have 6 lights in the garden working to perfection.
By ME on Oct 26, 2011
These lights were bigger than I imagined, but they are well made and work very well. They far outlast my cheaper ones from an Autumn day's charge and give a nice bright light.
By s7eve on Oct 25, 2011
Don't get me wrong, they look good from a distance, but these lights are cheaper quality than I expected from the image and description. For £15 each though, they definitely do the trick. London Made in China.
By C. Lacey on Oct 21, 2011
I bought these to enable my boyfriend to find the edges of my driveway when it gets dark and in preparation for the winters dark days - they are fantastic especially as I can't afford expensive lighting - it'll be great and they're just bright enough to light up edges but not to blind anyone - I love them!
By Ms M Brydges on Sep 25, 2011
I am very impressed with these lights, they do their job really well and are very stylish looking. I left them to charge for 3 days as per the instructions, and since then they have stayed illuminated after I've given up and gone to bed - and I'm a night owl. They are very sturdily constructed and I can imagine them lasting for a good many years, giving them proper 'green' credentials - unlike many other solar lights. The spike is long and metal and so should cope with tough ground. The light from them is nice and bright, making them ideal to light a pathway - I have mine outside my summerhouse. Great value for money.
By awol on Apr 17, 2011
Fantastic product - smart & modern, well made and actually do light a reasonable area. Will look good in any type of garden situation - Have had other solar lights - these do leave the others in the shade!! would I buy more - definately.
By PS on Apr 16, 2011
Stylish looking posts that shed a useful, bright white light - unlike so many other solar lighting products. Ideal for pathways and near doorways. Very impressed and excellent value for money. Wife so impressed she bought a set for her father!
By Mr. J. D. Jones on Apr 16, 2011
I am very impressed with quality of these lights especially with the ground spike, as other models in the same price range have been supplied with plastic spikes, but these are supplied with metal ones that actually screw onto the light rather than clipping on to the light. The brightness of the lights are very good, mostly down to two LEDs but also the light casing seem to help with the brightness as they are almost self illuminating, even in daylight they seem to glow. The lights last quite well even from a charge from a overcast day. The only downside of these light is that I wanted to put the light in the front garden, so I would of liked to screw the lights down rather than spiking them in the flower bed for a bit of security for the lights.
By M. Mahon on Apr 15, 2011
These lights are great as they can be seen over tall plants, and give crisp white light even in an area that only has partial sunlight. I left switched off for 3 days as per the instructions and was very pleased the amount of light once darkness fell, they still glow on dull days. The metal spike makes them ideal for harder soil and will prevent them from being snapped off my dogs which has happened in the past to lights on a plastic spike. They were noticed my son who commented how bright they were.
By MOONBEAM on Apr 15, 2011
Absolutely as described. Stunning, clean and sharp looking. Excellent light. The sun in Crete helps!
By Maxine Maas on Apr 14, 2011
We were most impressed with the illumination of these solar lights. We expected a little glow but they certainly illuminated the path. They are placed north facing where we do not get the early morning sun but they have worked great even with the overcast clouds. Followed the initial instructions and have seen these lights still glowing in the early hours. The finish is very good and they look very stylish. The only down side I would say is that the small top part that comprises of the l-e-d's and solar panel could be a tighter fit. Besides that, most of our visitors so far and neighbour have been impressed and not even realised they are solar.
By M&G on Apr 11, 2011
We were most impressed with the illumination of these solar lights. We expected a little glow but they certainly illuminate the path. They are placed north facing where we do not get the early morning sun but they have worked great even with the overcast clouds. If thy were south facing they certainly would be even brighter in the early hours. Followed the initial instructions and have seen these lights still glowing in the early hours. The finish is very good and they look very stylish. The only down side I would say is that the small top part that comprises of the l-e-d's and solar panel could be a tighter fit. Besides that, most of our visitors so far and neighbour have been impressed and not even realised they are solar.
By Gordan on Apr 6, 2011