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      i do like the look of them now i have seen the presenttion its wether they will last.

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      i bought these after much deliberating they are stunning. really bright and good quality. also the instructions leaflet said they are guaranteed for 2 years. i umm and ahhhed a bought them just as they were about to sell out. anyone else get them

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      Quote Originally Posted by boffy View Post
      i bought these after much deliberating they are stunning. really bright and good quality. also the instructions leaflet said they are guaranteed for 2 years. i umm and ahhhed a bought them just as they were about to sell out. anyone else get them
      Yes I bought them Boffy and agree that they are stunning. Its like Blackpool Illuminations in my garden now. They are really substantial and the lights cover a wide area. I will be taking them indoors in the winter because I dont want them to deteriorate like the other lights in my garden.
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      they really are good the best solar lights i have ever bought. so bright and well made. glad you like yours Puffin. enjoy!
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      I wish I'd bought them now. I bought the first (as far as I know) solar lights that QVC sold, as they were new and innovative then. I bought 2 sets of 5, and 5 are still working after about 20 years.

      But I have always used them indoors, so they have never got wet or been exposed to full sunlight, only through a window to charge them.
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      hopefully they will come back in stock soon they are exceptional
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      got them on in the multi colours tonight words fail me so bright and really look iike fireworks

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      I bought two sets and I agree, they are substantial and quite stunning. I too think I will bring them in over winter to preserve them , I have let too many deteriorate !
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      Blahhh, I thought they were expensive so I didn't get them even though I liked them. I shall wait and see if they
      come back in.

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      Quote Originally Posted by candycane View Post
      Blahhh, I thought they were expensive so I didn't get them even though I liked them. I shall wait and see if they
      come back in.

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      i bought 3 sets and with the buy more save more they worked around 6.25 each inc postage. they look far more than 6.25
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