- 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
Works in WinterA well positioned solar panel will enable this product to work in typical UK winter conditions.
No MainsThis light is solar powered and does not require mains power to work.
Up to 12 Hours Run TimeWill light for up to 12 hrs from a full charge.
3 Super Bright LED BulbsFeatures 3 super bright LED bulbs.
Paverlight Solar Brick Lights
Paid extra for next day delivery - was kept informed and even given a time slot when delivery would be - excellent
By philippa Marks on Dec 9, 2014
Started off very bright but are very dim now.Not sure if rain has got into them as not had time to get into ground.
By eve on Nov 27, 2014
Paverlight solar brick
Good Product not very heavy so need to stop storm water getting under it by filling large joints which have big gap where it tapers in very carefully it otherwise will float up in storm. I am probally going to use jointing slurry after this happened to me.
By T carter on Nov 23, 2014
Quick delivery. Easy to fit, no electricity! Used them for newly paved parking area. The guy that did paving asked where I got them from so he can recommend to others. Very happy, thanks Solar Centre.
By Jacqueline Phillips on Nov 21, 2014
arrived very quickly ... nice bright light...admired by many..... look great in my front garden path
By dee stevenson on Nov 19, 2014
Review the Paverlight Solar Brick Lights (Set of 2)
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
Product Barcode: 5060188640967
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
I have a problem with my Paverlights i.e installed yesterday into a block driveway and them floating on the driveway am following day in a pool of water. There is a lot of space to fill with jointing sand and the pavers are very light do you have any suggestions.
By TJC on Nov 23, 2014
A little bit of concrete or cement mix on the corners to fix it should stop this from happening. Another idea is to make sure there is ample drainage below so a puddle cannot form.
Just received these. Great service! It says to charge for 3-5 days before use. Do you then leave them outside in the light not turned on before placing them or is there a quicker way to charge them if there is a lack of sun!
By Amanda Aldridge on Nov 19, 2014
The best way is to leave them outside in a sunny location but turned off. There isn't a quicker way to charge them. You may need the full 5 days if there is a lack of sunshine!
I purchased Paverlight Solar Brick Lights (Set of 2) on 1 Oct 2012 and both have now stopped working. Is it possible to change the battery? Rgds. Christine OSullivan
By Christine O Sullivan on Oct 20, 2014
It is possible to replace the battery by opening the unit. Simply unscrew the 8 screws on the top (save the rubber seal) and lift the white part out. Underneath the white part you will find the battery.