Do Solar Lights Only Work with Sunlight?

Any source of light will work, the stronger the light source, the faster the rechargeable battery inside will charge

Do Solar Lights Only Work with Sunlight? 1

1. Amazon is selling these flickering flame solar lights for £30.99

Solar lights are one way to instantly transform an outdoor space. Affordable and low-maintenance but highly effective, you just charge them in the sun during the day to create a stunning light display in the evening. The StillCool Solar Flickering Dancing Flame Lights are the ultimate cosy lighting for autumn. Not only are they perfect for creating a warm ambience in your garden, but they wo not affect your electricity bills either. Candles are perfect for creating a cosy atmosphere, particularly in the autumn, but they are not the most practical for outdoor lighting. If you want to recreate that warm glow, the StillCool Solar Flickering Dancing Flame Lights are the next best thing. Safe and realistic, the lights have proved to be a big hit with Amazon shoppers. 'Fantastic value for money' wrote one delighted shopper 'The warm candle-like glow and imagery they give out are second to none! 'They are extremely realistic and give an excellent ambience to our rockery and water feature that they surround. I would 100% recommend these fantastic lights.' Another shopper wrote: 'These lights are amazing. My husband was unsure on solar lights to begin with, but he absolutely loves these lights. 'We have had lots of compliments from our neighbours about them. They are beautiful when they come on and look like candles burning away with the flicker.' To use, charge the solar lights in direct sunlight (it should take up to eight hours) then the solar panel will convert the sunlight into electrical energy, ready for ten hours of battery charge. As the sunlight is not as strong in the autumn and winter, you should get at least five hours in after fully charged. While shoppers say these lights create a 'warm, cosy light', it's worth noting that they are not super bright, so if you are looking for powerful lights, then you may need electric ones. One reviewer wrote: 'These are really beautiful in the garden at night. The amount of light they put out is minimal, but as a decorative light, they are perfect. The flicker effect is very good & they are much bigger than I expected.' With no cords or wiring needed, you can place the StillCool Solar Lights wherever you like. Use them the line your pathway, place them at the entrance to your garden or put them in the flower beds to create a lovely glow at night. Another customer raved: 'They look fantastic at night... They flicker very convincingly and look far more substantial than the usual filling station offerings. They are not cheap, but they are worth the money.' MailOnline may earn commission on sales from the links on this page.

2. ok, let me make it clearer, what light can you use to charge solar lights? Besides the sun.?

The point of solar cells is that sunlight is free. If you charge your batteries with any other light source, you will get less back than what you put in. It would make better sense to use the original light source when you need the light. Anyway, solar cells will charge your batteries on a cloudy day---just not as fast as a sunny day.

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3. Camping Tips for Namibia Part 2

I hope you enjoyed Part 1 of Camping tips for Namibia. I also hope you are busy planning your camping trip? If you are, keep reading for more clever ideas to help you camp with ease. When it comes to kitchen utensils and equipment, organization is important. It's vital to check your kit before leaving home. A very easy way to keep it organized is by using a shoe / tool organizer . Kitchen setup will be a blast coz you can hang it in the tree. Make sure food supplies are sealed as to not let in unwanted eaters like ants, wild animals or the midnight sleep eater. Struggling to get everything clean? An alternative to soap and scours for very greasy pots or pans is sand. It absorbs greasiness and gets the job done perfectly. Throughout the year, there is an assortment of items at home you should not throw away. Old shower curtains are a perfect example of things to keep as this comes in handy to use as ground cloths. Collect and clean empty vegetable cans. Take a bunch of them along when going camping. They are great for baking bread or to boil eggs over the fire. (Use the same recipe as the stick bread in Part 1 of Camping Tips for Namibia). Tuna cans serve as an excellent tea light candle holder. It's not always the easiest task to keep things dry and clean. Disaster is just a spill or a cracked egg away. Keep toilet paper dry and clean by placing it in an empty coffee can with a snap on lid or a large size ziplock bag While were on the subject of eggs and keeping them safe, here is a very handy tip: crack open the amount of eggs you are planning to use on your trip into a container with aspill free lid.Each day you can merely pour out the amount of eggs you are planning to use - keep it cold! Raise your hand if you have never tripped over a tent peg in your life. Never? I am here to save you some pain. It hurts your toes and there is a slight possibility that your tent is the break to your fall. A disastrous situation, causing your wife to scream, and bam! The whole campsite is awake. Prevent this by replacing the pegs with solar lights. Or peg the solar lights next to the tent pegs, ensuring you do not trip over them. As a bonus you light up the campsite. Another problem with tents are the strings. Add a bit of romantic flair to your tent, by twirling battery operated fairy lights around the strings. Now your tent looks like something from a 60's disco movie scene. Put on your Elvis costume and get ready to rock 'n roll. Alternatively, if you are not a Elvis fan, paint the top of the tent pegs with phosphorescent paint to make them glow. For a reliable and affordable camping experience in Namibia Gondwana Collection recommends: Camping is not camping without a fire. Acquaint yourself with the rules and regulations of making fires at the camping spot. Make sure it is a safe distance from trees, grass and your tent. Waterproof matches by dipping them in melted paraffin at home. Keep matches in prescription bottles and stick a piece of sandpaper at the top to light them. Did you forget your fire starters or is the wood wet? Here are some alternatives: Oily chips such Fritos and Lays serve as great fire starters. The downside is you now have less snacks. Another handy item to keep in your camping trunk is wine corks soaked in rubbing alcohol. Peanut and other nut shells are a great substitute to wood chips. Bugs like to hang out with you at a campfire. To keep them away, hang a light away from the chilling spot and they will immediately go to the light. For extra flavour to your barbeque vegetables and meat, add rosemary branches to the coals. Keeping everything together can be a big head ache, particularly something simple like a beer bottle opener. Tie it to your camping chair with a piece of string. This way its close by and will not get lost. Get up early. Camping trips are not for people sleeping until noon. Nooo. If you want to sleep, go home. It's for getting out and experiencing nature at its best. No hair gel, no high heels - no problems. It's a care free time. Please respect other campers and keep noise levels down. Gondwana Collection Campsites. Click on the images to visit the website : It was great sharing these tips with you. Did you miss Namibia Camping Tips Part 1 ? Click here Go on. Go camp it out. Jessica Schoombee is a local freelance writer. She is an eccentric young lady who has a love affair with writing. Get on board her journey of discovery.

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