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  • posted byDaninoEl on 02/13/2014

    very nice display, it has been turning almost continiosly for over a month (i turned it off when i was away from home) works with daylight as well as with a strong artificial light. very nice size and nice design, the solar pannels are on all four sides it does have a slight humming sound while turning, not very loud but i can still hear it in a silent ... Read more

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  • posted byAlphaOmega2k on 02/16/2013

    Compact. Very compact!!! Can be disassebled for transportation or storing. Does not require batteries or other replacable elements - it works just from the light! It has 4 solar panels so it does not matter which side table is turned at. Nice building material, looks solid enough! Requires sunlight to work. Only sunlight (direct spots gives almost no ... Read more

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  • posted byRobbHowie on 11/21/2012

    It works. Even in an inner office with flourescent lighting it turns. Turn on the lights and away it goes, turning around a few times a minute. Same speed in the sun, just keeps on going and going... No cons. Nothing wrong. If you really want to find a fault then it is not gold plated :-). I have a rubber man turning around and waving to people when ... Read more

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  • posted bylynxene on 09/24/2012

    Cheap! The solar panels are very sensitive. It still works even if placed in the shade or behind the blinds. It is a good size, perfect for my videos. I judge the design as pretty good Sometimes, it turns very slowly. The box for packaging is not very sturdy. The product arrived with a ~1cm chip on the side of the revolving plastic part. While it does ... Read more

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  • posted byfoamandtape on 12/16/2011

    works with not much light at all, turns slowly. fairly good design. packaging was just a cardboard box that was probably crushed, as mine didn't work when I received it. I'm pretty sure something heavy was dropped/placed on it as the gearbox was popped open once I opened it up. after guessing where the 5 gears were supposed to be arranged it worked.... Read more

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  • posted byGuss1 on 03/11/2011

    product works very well; with a littlebit of sunshine the table is turning. This product is extremely good product for shopowners who likes to show their products. With a funny object you could make a joke at your work When the turn table arrived, the plastic turntable (the platic circle) was damaged with a scar. It is ver easy to prevent scarcing and ... Read more

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  • posted byLarzA on 10/31/2010

    Thoroughly thought through design and solar panel placement. Optional battery powersource. The manifacturer should concider improving the balance with bearings and a broader central support of the disc and its additional placed mass. The unit can operate with about 300-500 grams of carefully centred mass. As long as the motor can overcome the inertia ... Read more

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  • posted bybylrarzeitnt on 11/23/2009

    It's an interesting product, it doesn't need batteries to operate, and there are 4 panels where it can maximize its use of sunlight. The product makes some noise when it's running, but it's not too bad, mostly from the whirring of the motor. There is no speed control or regulator. You cannot use it in the dark, but who's going to see it if it does? ... Read more

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  • posted byAlexDo618 on 03/07/2008

    Low price gadget. 4 solar panels to accept light at 360* around. Looks cool. Very weak for turn table power. Will turn if less than 2 onces on the table. Table can Not turn with my clamshell Nokia phone even with all the lights on in the master bathroom as a trial. Maybe it needs direct sunlight at high noon to make full power??? For the low price, ... Read more

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  • posted byRolfern on 02/07/2008

    Solar powered, nice design. A bit flimsy construction, needs quite a bit of light to work, noisy, (you can easily hear it in a normal room), and it struggles with things that weigh more than 50 - 100 gr. I ordered two, and one did not work on arrival, the other one worked for three weeks before it got slower and stopped. Maybe the solar panels should ... Read more

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