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Victorian Solar Lamp with Motion Sensor and Post, 7ft Height

Victorian Solar Lamp with Motion Sensor and Post, 7ft Height

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$239.00

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GS-94S-PIR

Gama Sonic

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Product Overview
  • 13 LEDs
  • On/Off switch
  • Solar-powered
  • Maintenance-free
  • No wiring required
Description
This Victorian Solar Lamp turns on automatically at dusk and turns off at dawn. When motion is detected, the light brightens for 45 seconds. The Victorian Solar Lamp features a 1-year warranty and is maintenance-free.
Specifications
Width (in)
9
Diameter (in)
9
Height (in)
93
Light Source
LED
Power Method
Solar
Finish
Black
Color Temperature
Daylight
Color of Light
White
Warranty
1 Year
Locations
Outdoor
Dusk-to-Dawn Photocell
Yes
Rechargeable Batteries
Yes
Light Fixture Type
Motion Sensor Light
Solar Light
Post Light
Condition
New
Brand
Gama Sonic
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Question from Vince:

What is the weight of the Victorian Solar LED Lamp with Motion Sensor and 7 foot post? I want to be certain it is not like the one I can get at my local Lowes store for $99.00.

Answer from Pegasus:

16 lbs

Question from Scott Sidwell:

We would want two of these but worry about the optional anchor instead of the cement foundation. What is the optional as opposed to the cement and how much does the optional anchor cost and how safe is it as the lamps with be at each side at the start of our rather long driveway?

Answer from Pegasus:

Scott, you can use cement to secure this product or you can use the optional EZ lamp post anchor (listed in the Accessories on the right hand side of the page). The advantage of the anchor is that you would not have to use concrete. Both provide a secure method for installing the fixtures.

Question from Albert Lazarz:

I'd like to use these on the beach as a movable fixture. Can it be mounted to a baseboard?

Answer from Pegasus:

I would not recommend it. This item is very heavy and it would tip over easily without being secured to the ground.