Outdoor Solar Lights - Tasteful Tips for Illuminating Your Yard

There's nothing quite as effective as a warm spring day to stifle a bad case of cabin fever. Make sure you make the most of the warm weather this season by sprucing up your yard with some brand new solar lighting fixtures.

In addition to being a very green and sustainable way to shed some light outside your house, solar lighting has a few extra added benefits. Solar powered lights have the advantage of being totally independent from electrical outlets, letting you install lights where you never could before without bothering with tangles of extension cords. Solar lights are also completely self reliant, turning off and on automatically just when you need them.

Choosing solar lights for your yard is a great way to respect the environment and now there are options available for nearly any situation, from garden parties to holiday decorating or year round accent lighting. Take a moment to discover some of the many great products available right now with this quick list of fantastic outdoor solar lights.

Cordless Flood Light From illuminating statues, shrubs and trees to shedding a little light on a casual evening get together, flood lights are great for countless outdoor applications. This clever cordless solar model by Bell & Howell offers an easy way to light up your yard with the bare minimum of installation. The unit's 4 super bright LED bulbs provide up to 12 hours of brilliant light on a single charge. Best of all, setting it up is as simple as pushing it into the ground right where you need it!

Solar Post Driveway Light There's nothing more welcoming than the warm glow of an accent light when you come home after dark. Illuminate your driveway, sidewalk or garden with a few of these elegant Solar Post Driveway Lights to add an extra bit of safety to your home. These modern looking posts can be staked just about anywhere and offer up to 8 hours of light from a single day's charge. Built of weather resistant plastic and stainless steel, each light measures 27 inches high.

Solar Lanterns One of the features some people don't like about solar walkway lights is simply the look of them. If you've been searching for a more rustic looking sidewalk marker with all the benefits of solar power, look no further than these attractive Solar Lanterns. Each self contained light can be set to cast either bright white or a rustic lower key amber light and comes complete with a 17 inch shepherd's hook for hanging.

Solar Tube Lights Whether you're decorating your house for the winter holidays or setting a festive mood at a midsummer luau, these handy Solar Tube Lights are a great hassle free option. Available in lengths of 22 or 39 feet, each strand of lights is protected by a clear PVC tube to withstand even the toughest weather conditions. By day, the lights gather the sun's rays with a separate panel that easily stakes in the ground and at dusk they activate automatically. Decorating with lights has never been easier!

Solar Double Spotlight Of course, solar lights can help to keep your home safe from intruders as well. The fantastic Solar Double Spotlight can be mounted horizontally, vertically or even staked independently of structures. Its two lights are lit by ten powerful LED lights and can reach up to 20 feet away. Each light can also rotate independently 360 degrees.

The unit gathers energy throughout the daylight hours with an attached panel array and stores its power in three included rechargeable batteries. Best of all, you can mount the double spotlight anywhere and never worry again, since its motion can be controlled from up to 50 feet away with the included remote.

Solar Bug Zapper Light Beyond simply lighting your path or your home, solar lights have plenty of other practical uses. The handy Solar Bug Zapper Light provides a much needed update to a classic way of controlling those most annoying of summertime pests. However, even though the light is environmentally friendly, it still spells doom for errant moths and mosquitoes.

Without any need for wiring or fancy installation, the Solar Bug Zapper Light lures insects away from you and serves up a quick, fatal jolt of electricity. The unit derives power from the sun through its built in solar array and stores energy in a single included AA battery. A single charge provides enough power for operation throughout the night to keep you and your guests as bug free as possible.

With so many potential uses and so many models on the market, it's tough to justify skipping solar outdoor lights. Find the perfect products for your yard now and enjoy your free illumination all year round!

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