Mansion Solar Powered Tap Light with Flower Pot Holder - Gre

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Mansion Solar Powered Tap Light with Flower Pot Holder - Gre
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£14.93
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£18.99
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Give your garden or outdoor space a decorative touch with this solar LED lamp and flowerpot combination from Mansion. This solar powered light hangs from a tap design above a pipe style flower pot holder for your favourite plant. The grey finish gives this light a look that will fit in with almost any style of garden décor. Powered by rechargeable batteries, this light will charge up during the day through the solar panel and switch on when dusk sets in. The clever tap design and flower pot holding pipe make this an attractive addition to your garden, day and night. Features and Benefits Freestanding No need to mount this unit to a wall, simply sit it where you wish for an interesting piece in your garden. Solar powered Running off of rechargeable batteries, this unit wont need a mains power supply to give your garden a special touch. Sensor Automatically switching on at dusk and off again ready for charging during the day, this light will run by itself. Specifications Solar powered Rechargeable batteries Colour: Grey Daylight sensor Material: Fiberclay Dimensions: H 73 x W 12 x D 25cm 1-year guarantee

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