Free Shipping on Most Orders*
< Go Back View All Landscape Lighting

Ordaway Black 10 Path/2 Spot LED Solar Light Combo Pack

- Style # 9J454
  • Free Shipping*
  • Low Price Guarantee

This energy-saving, twelve-piece, solar-powered landscape lighting set features ten path lights and two wireless spotlights.

More Details >
Ordaway Black 10 Path/2 Spot LED Solar Light Combo Pack
Ordaway Black 10 Path/2 Spot LED Solar Light Combo Pack
Product Details

Illuminate your landscaping with this fantastic twelve-pack of solar-powered, in-ground LED lights that need no wiring and incur no electricity costs. Includes ten pathway lights and two bright spotlights, all in contemporary black finish housings with integrated solar panels and rechargeable batteries. Simply place in the ground where each will receive a day of full sun and a full charge that will give up to eight hours of nighttime light.

  • Solar-powered LED pathway light and spotlight 12-piece combo-pack.
  • Includes 10 pathway lights and 2 spotlights.
  • Black finish.
  • Plastic construction.
  • Built-in ground stakes; simply place in ground.
  • Integrated solar panels.
  • Place in full sun for full charge.
  • Up to 8 hours of nighttime illumination after recharging in a day of full sun.
  • No wiring required.
  • Integrated LED module in each light.
  • 1 lumen pathway light output.
  • 7 lumen spotlight output.
  • 4600K-5600K color temperature light.
  • Includes one rechargeable AA nickel cadmium battery for each light.
  • Measures 26 3/4" high, 4" wide.

Related Videos

Q & A
Need Immediate Help? Try
Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
No questions have been asked about this item. Be the first!
Customer Reviews
Review This Item For a Chance to Win $500.00 ! view rules
1.0 / 5.0
1 Review
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
poor quality
The solar cells lasted less than 3 months -now after 6 months none of them work so it was a waste of money. They were bright for the first 2-6 weeks but nothing now.
December 3, 2017
Back To Top