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  • posted byMarendaz on 05/03/2013

    It's a nice device and the quality seems to be good. It's really water proof. The light automatically turns on and off according to the local luminosity. It floats nice in the swimming pool and gives a weak but interesting effect. It' a bit expensive, 15.60 USD each. The light is not as bright as... Read more

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  • posted bymartijndutch on 03/16/2011

    Nice lights, easy to operate (duh - just on/off switch). I've received two and both operate as designed. Floating and not leaking :) Now at winter / spring time when the ammount of daylight isn't that long, around midnight the light isn't that bright anymore - but who cares - I'm usually sleeping... Read more

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  • posted byheng84 on 02/06/2011

    very nice.. considered bright for a solar led. and its very lasting provided that you have at least 4-5hrs of sunlight during the day. it could last me from 7pm till 5am.. not bad.. it will get dimmer when the battery is running out of juice.. bought 3.. 1 of them Blue led is very very weak only... Read more

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  • posted byPROCALIBER on 04/02/2010

    I bought to a vacation houses at seashore; This house is sitted on a swamp environment; It is surrounded by water, water and water. One of this crystal globe falls off on the flor and opened spitting in two, like taht Kinder-Eggs. Containners flows off like a Jack, the Ripper signature. I´d fixed... Read more

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  • posted byWallyMees on 08/31/2009

    I have a fishpond with a waterfall that I built in my backyard. This floating color-changing ball looks great out there. It charges during the day even though the pond is shaded by a canopy, and it lights up and changes colors on its own built-in interval far into the night. By morning, it is but... Read more

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