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Donnington Solar Powered Lantern

In stock
SKU
5601
$29.95

Decorate your garden with a Thomas Edison inspired solar lantern.

Decorate your garden with a Thomas Edison inspired solar lantern. The bulb has a set of LED filaments that simulates the warm, amber glow emitted from a tungsten filament light bulb. The solar panel absorbs sunlight during the day and converts it into electrical energy, which is stored in a rechargeable battery. This lantern is designed to be environmentally friendly and cost-effective, as it does not require electricity from the grind to function. It is also portable and can be used outdoors. Measures 8 1/4”dia x 10 1/2”h.

Features:
• Vintage lighting designed for outdoor use
• Display indoors or outside, standing or hanging
• Automatic on/off operation
• Durable, electrostatic powder-coat finish
• Rechargeable Ni-Mh AAA battery included

To charge a solar-powered lantern, follow these simple steps:
1. Place the lantern in direct sunlight: The first step is to place the lantern in a location that receives direct sunlight. The solar panel on the lantern needs to absorb sunlight to charge the battery.
2. Ensure the solar panel is clean: Make sure the solar panel on the lantern is clean and free of any debris or dirt. This will ensure that it can efficiently absorb sunlight and charge the battery.
3. Turn on the lantern: Adjust the solar-powered lantern on/off switch.
4. Allow the lantern to charge: Leave the lantern in the sunlight for several hours. The amount of time it takes to charge depends on the size of the battery and the amount of sunlight it receives. In general, it can take anywhere from 8 to 10 hours to fully charge a solar-powered lantern.
5. Use the lantern: Once the battery is fully charged, you can use the lantern as you normally would. Turn it on and enjoy the light it provides.

Charging a solar-powered lantern is a simple and straightforward process. Just make sure the lantern is in direct sunlight, keep the solar panel clean, and allow 8-10 hours for the battery to charge.
Decorate your garden with a Thomas Edison inspired solar lantern. The bulb has a set of LED filaments that simulates the warm, amber glow emitted from a tungsten filament light bulb. The solar panel absorbs sunlight during the day and converts it into electrical energy, which is stored in a rechargeable battery. This lantern is designed to be environmentally friendly and cost-effective, as it does not require electricity from the grind to function. It is also portable and can be used outdoors. Measures 8 1/4”dia x 10 1/2”h.

Features:
• Vintage lighting designed for outdoor use
• Display indoors or outside, standing or hanging
• Automatic on/off operation
• Durable, electrostatic powder-coat finish
• Rechargeable Ni-Mh AAA battery included

To charge a solar-powered lantern, follow these simple steps:
1. Place the lantern in direct sunlight: The first step is to place the lantern in a location that receives direct sunlight. The solar panel on the lantern needs to absorb sunlight to charge the battery.
2. Ensure the solar panel is clean: Make sure the solar panel on the lantern is clean and free of any debris or dirt. This will ensure that it can efficiently absorb sunlight and charge the battery.
3. Turn on the lantern: Adjust the solar-powered lantern on/off switch.
4. Allow the lantern to charge: Leave the lantern in the sunlight for several hours. The amount of time it takes to charge depends on the size of the battery and the amount of sunlight it receives. In general, it can take anywhere from 8 to 10 hours to fully charge a solar-powered lantern.
5. Use the lantern: Once the battery is fully charged, you can use the lantern as you normally would. Turn it on and enjoy the light it provides.

Charging a solar-powered lantern is a simple and straightforward process. Just make sure the lantern is in direct sunlight, keep the solar panel clean, and allow 8-10 hours for the battery to charge.

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