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Double Victorian Solar Lamp and Post, 7ft Height

Double Victorian Solar Lamp and Post, 7ft Height

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$349.00

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GS-94D

Gama Sonic

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Product Overview
  • Post included
  • 13 LEDs
  • On/Off switch
  • Solar-powered
  • Maintenance-free
  • No wiring required
Description
Reminiscent of the late 19th Century, the Victorian Solar Lamp provides charm in any landscape. This attractive solar-powered light is available in single, double, or triple lamp options. The Victorian lamp post provides a bright, energy-efficient light.
Specifications
Width (in)
25
Height (in)
90
Length (in)
9
Light Source
LED
Power Method
Solar
Finish
Black
Color Temperature
Daylight
Color of Light
White
Warranty
1 Year
Battery Type
Li-Ion
Rechargeable Batteries
Yes
Light Fixture Type
Solar Light
Post Light
Condition
New
Brand
Gama Sonic
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Question from Tracey Collins:

After a typical winter day in new England with approx 8-9 hours of daylight, will this lamp post stay lit throughout the night (until sunrise the following morning)? Also, is there a photo-cell sensor or just the on/off switch?

Answer from Pegasus:

Tracey, This solar light, like all solar fixtures, requires a full day of sunlight to power it all throughout the night. If you live in a part of the country that consistently has cloudy weather, particularly in the winter when days are shorter, than solar will likely not deliver light all night. Yes, it has a photocell that turns it automatically on at night and off at daylight.

Question from Alan Kousen:

How many lumens for each light?Specs just say "13 LEDS" and does NOT include the lumens.

Answer from Pegasus:

Each light emits approximately 150 lumens.