By Tim from North Wales, PA on September 30, 2014
The review says this puts out a white light but your description says warm, please advise.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 1, 2014
Answer:Tim - we tested the item and it's cool white. Manufacturers tend to be very liberal with descriptions of the color. We will update our description. Thanks
By Rich Morey from East Hampton, NY on October 1, 2014
Answer:The light generated is definitely white with more of a "cool" blueish color than a warmer incandescent kind of light.
By Frank from Walnut Creek, CA on October 1, 2014
Answer:The light is white. I would not classify it as warm. If the light is put in a place where there are no other light sources, then the output is much more bright and provides a nice accent to the area.
By David from Richland, WA on October 1, 2014
Answer:The best description of the light output is white. Plenty of light for perimeter lighting.
By Sandee from Utah on February 28, 2015
It says it includes rechargeable batteries. Wouldn't those turn the light on if it didn't get enough sun? I ask because I bought some beautiful solar pathway lights (which were stolen!) but they had batteries too. I could just push a button for the batteries to power the solar lights.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 28, 2015
Answer:The batteries are charged by the sun. When it's dark out, the batteries will provide power to the lights, up to 6 hours of light. There is not a manual button to turn them on/off at any time.
By Phil from Vancouver, BC on February 28, 2015
Answer:The lights come on automatically when light fades in the evening. After a bright sunny day in summer, they light my deck area for about 4 hours. In winter on a dull day they barely charge at all and if they come on it is only for a few minutes. There does not appear to be a switch on the units.