- Unpack all components carefully.
- Use the spike and place this in the ground first on its own, then add the unit to this.
* Before attempting to push the spike into the ground, please check that the
ground is not too hard. If the ground is too hard, pour water on the desired area to
soften the ground and make a hole using a strong metal object before driving your spike into the hole
During the day the sun charge the rechargeable 2V 600mAh battery inside the solar panel (like a bee) that's why we called ourselves PowerBee .
When dusk falls the charge stored in the batteries power the lights.
In the morning the lights turn off automatically and charge up again ready for the night ahead.
Our solar bollard lights are fully automatic so you don't need to turn them on and off each night.
You may have to change the batteries every year or so but to be honest sometimes batteries can last for years
Try to look after your Bollard Light and treat them well and they will last for years
We bought a single one of these as a test at Bossington Hall (a luxury bed and breakfast in Somerset) quite sceptical at the very reasonable price bracket - they have worked so well along the driveway, that we bought another 30 (thirty). Only thing i could complain about is the weak spike, which needs pre-spiking (we used a 'met-post') in hard stony ground.
good solar bollard lights
simple to install and effective, could be a bit brighter but I am very hard to please anyway :) for the money these are a good buy and worth the money