Paverlight Solar Brick Lights (Set of 2) Features
- Standard block paving brick size
- Change the look of your drive or patio
- Able to withstand the weight of a car
- No costly mains cables to install
- Non slip surface
- 3 white LED bulbs per light
- 2 Solar Panels per light
- Superb winter performance
- Up to 12 hours run time
- IP67 water proofing
Paverlight Solar Brick Lights (Set of 2) Customer Reviews
Average Customer Review
5/5 ( 3 customer reviews)
Review the Paverlight Solar Brick Lights (Set of 2)
Despite their claim on web site "this light works in winter" I bought 12 in summer , 3 went faulty within a month (they replaced FOC , other 9 were struggling to work as winter days approached -they have replaced all 12 with NEW APPROVED" this struggle to come on during winter & will only last few hrs
By V.Patel on Dec 15, 2013
Paverlight Solar Brick
Very easy to install. Free delivery was selected but I received my order within a couple of days Brilliant customer services after having a faulty light a replacement was sent out and received within a week. Provide great lighting around my driveway. Would highly recommend sticking the lights in place after having my stolen within 3 days of being laid.
By Ross on Sep 22, 2013
Fit perfectly in the space of a driveway brick and need minimal effort to install and I have never been up late enough to see them go off great product I will be buying more.
By Mohammed on May 1, 2011
How long do they take to charge?
In late Spring, Summer and early Autumn the Paverlights will fully charge on most days giving them enough charge to light for 12 hours. In winter the Paverlights will charge up enough to light for up to 6 hours on all but the most unfavourable of winter weather days.
How waterproof are they?
The Paverlights are IP67 rated.
Waterproofing is rated by the IP (International Protection) system which consists of the letters IP followed by two digits. The first digit after IP ranks a products protection against solid objects. The second digit after the IP rates a products ability to protect against liquids.
The Paverlights are IP67 rated making it our most waterproof light. IP67 means the Paverlight's are protected against dust - No ingress of dust; complete protection against contact and ingress of water in harmful quantity shall not be possible when the enclosure is immersed in water under defined conditions of pressure and time (up to 1 m of submersion).
Product ID: SS9787
Weight: 0.90 kg
Additional diagram above in image gallery.
- Top Section: 197mm x 97mm x 14mmmm
- Recess Section: 174mm x 41mm
In the Box
- 2 x Paverlight Solar Brick Lights
How to install
- 1. First think about your desired location? Does it receive relatively unobstructed daylight?
- 2. Test the Paverlights in your desired location before making alterations to your property
- 3. Create a 197mm x 97mm x 55mm cavity for each light
- 4. Ensure stopper is in the in the 'on' slot on the underside of the light
- 5. Position lights in cavities and wait until after dark
How it works
During the day the Paverlight's solar panels charge their internal battery pack giving it the power it needs to light after dark.
After dark the Paverlight's will come on automatically each night for up to 12 hours before turning themselves off.
The Paverlight's can be controlled manually by moving the stopper on the underside to the on / off position as required.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you switch them off if you don't want them on for any reason?
By Jean on Jan 23, 2014
Yes, there's a waterproof magnet switch underneath to allow you to turn them off if you want to.
Can these be buried into grass as well as brick? I would like to run them along the grass at the edge of the driveway.
By Richard on Jan 23, 2014
Yes, these could be buried in grass with no problems at all.
How can you prevent theft?
Can they be set in cement/concrete?
By Peter on Jan 22, 2014
The Paverlights can be set in concrete however the majority of customers put these in with sharp sand surrounding the lights in keeping with the rest of the driveway. From a glance it's not obvious that the lights aren't mains powered so we've only ever had one case of theft.