Goodia Solar Spike String Lights

Stick Lights 2SOLAR STICK STRING LIGHTS

~ What ~
This 72.5-foot strand of 200 LED waterproof lights that have sections of 1-inch stick lights every 4 inches is for outdoor or indoor use and solar powered. Able to shine up to 16 hours after being fully charged by the sun’s rays for 6 to 8 hours, there are 2 operating modes of lighting. Its built-in battery will last over a year. Instructions and a ground spike are included.

~ Why ~Stick Lights 1
What I like most about this product is that it is solar-powered, so I do not have to think about turning it on and off daily or running any electrical wires. Another top feature that is different than other solar lights on the market is the individual stick lights are thicker and more obvious than others. In testing them at night, I found them to be bright and illuminating on the flashing or solid lighting mode.

~ Why Not ~
Some may not like the sticks being either too long or short. Others that live in the Pacific Northwest or where there is limited sun may not think they will light up long enough at night during the short sunny days.

~ Wish ~
With each stick being approximately 1 inch long, it would be nice if other size lights could be available that are smaller and larger than these so they can be mixed and matched in decorating.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a long strand of stick string lights that are solar powered, this will make your decorations shine brightly.

Thanks to Goodia for this discounted product that I am evaluating by choice.

GRAMMARLY was used to check for errors in this review.

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