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Style at Home with Margie Set of Two Solar Butterfly LED String Lights

Place these darling string lights in a sunny spot and prepare for evening ambiance! The solar panel charges by day and illuminates the multi colored butterfly motifs at night for up to six hours on a full charge! No wiring necessary; simply install and enjoy!

  • Materials: Plastic
  • Measurements:
    Solar Panel: 11”H x 4”W
    String Lights: 226”L
  • Battery Type: One 1.2V 200mAh Ni-mh battery (included)
  • Includes: Two solar panels (light strings with 20 LED lights attached) and two light stands
  • Care: Clean with a dry cloth; keep away from children and pets
  • Switch Type: On/Off
  • Country of Origin: China

Replacing the Battery
If the light stops working after it has been used for a long time (approximately 18 months), the battery may be beyond its lifespan. Carefully open the case by unscrewing the four Phillips screws and lift the cover very gently without pulling the lid too far to ensure the wires are not disconnected.

Please Note: The light is designed to work when ambiance turns to dark. If there are strong light sources nearby then the lamp may appear to be very dim or not work at all. Please charge the battery for a full day upon receipt to optimize performance. The surface of the solar light must be clean. If not, this will influence the efficiency of charging. How long the light lasts depends on its location, weather conditions and seasonal lighting availability.

California residents only: “Proposition 65” WARNING

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