Thea Solar Garden Spotlight

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Amateur Gardening Best Buy
Thea Solar Garden Spotlight beat our competitors to win top prize in Amateur Gardening Magazine's Solar Spotlights test. It was given full marks for features, performance and value and was awarded best buy.
Works in Winter

Works in Winter

A well positioned solar panel will enable this product to work in typical UK winter conditions.
No Mains

No Mains

This light is solar powered and does not require mains power to work.
Up to 12 Hours Run Time

Up to 12 Hours Run Time

Will light for up to 12 hrs from a full charge.
Lights up to 15m

Lights up to 15m

Lights a distance of up to 15 metres.
  • Wall, decking and spike fixings included
  • Adjustable solar panel angle
  • Simple to install, no assembly required
  • 4 x Super Bright White LED's
  • Toughened Plastic Construction
  • On/Off Switch
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • Works on renewable solar energy
  • Instructions included

Customer Reviews

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Date - Newest First Date - Oldest First Rating - High to Low Rating - Low to High Most Helpful Least Helpful
Excellent Verified Purchase
Great price great light had for years bought one twice as much not as good , , works all year round well worth the price
By Tington Denise Rodway on Jul 26, 2021
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Thea solar garden light Verified Purchase
Excellent. Nice and bright. Easy to use. Good customer service.
By Rebecca Stuart on Jun 25, 2021
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Thea Solar Garden Spotlight Verified Purchase
Good product and worth paying a bit more than for lesser products. Helpful Team at The Solar Centre . Delivery delays and uncertainty was a bit irritating though but would use this company again.
By Michael Dean on Jun 25, 2021
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The best Verified Purchase
Had this model before, they are absolutely brilliant.
By Tony on Jun 24, 2021
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Excellent product Verified Purchase
Wasn't one for solar lights but the Mrs found this one and asked me to take a look I'm glad she did excellent light with a good sized solar panel lights the trees up in our garden lovely
By Roy on Jun 24, 2021
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Technical Specifications:

  • Solar Cell Type: Mono-crystalline
  • Solar Panel Output: 5V/280mA 1.4W
  • Light Source: 4 Super Bright LEDs
  • Light Source Colour: White
  • Stake, deck and wall / fence fixing options
  • Black finish
  • Battery: 3 x 1500mAh Ni-Mh rechargeable/replaceable included
  • Plastic Light Body

Take a look at our Solar Spot Lights category page for the full range of solar spots that are available.


Product ID: SS7502
Weight: 0.95 kg
Product Barcode: 5060188640134


  • Height: 58.8cm (including spike)
  • Width: 13.8cm
  • Depth: 16.5cm

In the Box

  • 1 x Light unit (batteries included)
  • 1 x Solar panel (attached to Light unit)
  • Deck / Wall mounting bracket
  • Stake fitting
  • 2 x Plastic poles and connector
  • 2 x screws
  • 2 x rawl plugs
  • Instructions


Frequently Asked Questions

Where do you list the batteries for your products and the costs, also how do we order them ?
By Brian on Jan 26, 2021

The batteries for the Thea can be found here 

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Can the lumen light be adjusted - to go higher - not the solar panel - can see this is either up or down
By Gillian White on Nov 15, 2020

The lumens of the light cannot be changed

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Hi, we're looking to uplight a stone wall which is about 30 feet long. 1- how many Thea might we need assuming they are the best for that job? 2- can we mount them on the wall so they point up and still have sufficient solar collection? 3-the wall is running on a North East/ South West line....and therefore facing SE....will that work? Thanks!
By Paul Berman on Oct 22, 2017

It will depend on the effect you are after to what light would work best. Our spot lights page shows the lumens (the brightness of each light) to help you decide. Remote panels would allow for you get more direct sun so maybe look at the globes too. As long as the light from one spot light doesn't hit the panel of another you can space them as you'd like. I'd suggest anything from 50cm (20inch) to 2m (6"half) apart. 

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