- Tech Specs
- Easy To Install & Use
- Solar Panel Charges On Cloudy Days
- Light Changes: Red, Yellow, Green & Blue
Alpine™ Solaris™ Solar Powered Color Changing LED Floating Light is a great way to add soothing nighttime illumination to any pond or water garden. Solar-powered and maintenance-free, this light charges during daylight hours and automatically turns on once the sun sets. Enjoy years of reliable maintenance-free delight with this units super bright LED lighting system which should last up to 100,000 hours and has replaceable rechargeable batteries.
From product dimensions to operation manuals, the TECH SPECS tab contains all of the information you need to choose the right equipment for your pond.
|Application||In Or Out Of Water|
|Light Fixture Dimensions||8" D x 3" H|
- Follow initial battery setup.
- Place directly into pond, allowing light to float freely.
- For stationary positioning, attach a line and weight to the molded bottom center-loop and place into pond, pool, or water garden.
What others are saying
"filled with water after 2 weeks"Julie of Coquille, OR
Not sure if 1 or 5 = poor. But very disappointed with this light. Worked great for the 1st couple of weeks in my 125 gallon preformed, low flow pond. Then filled with water which of course ruined the "insides". Finally sunk to the bottom. What A bummer, the 1st 2 weeks were cool!! ***Response from The Pond Guy- Items covered under warranty can be exchanged for replacement by contacting our customer service department and requesting an RMA#.View entire review
"Alpine Solaris Floating LED Light"Donald Parker of Gillette, WY
This is junk. Don't buy. I purchased three. They all filled with water and stoped working within 4 weeks. I threw them all away, cursing under my breath.View entire review
"NOT AS BAD AS OTHER 2 REVIEWS"LENNY PITZEN of HAWK POINT, MO
We checked our lights after one week,and they did have some water in them,you could see the rubber seals were not keeping their shape. So we carefully split back in half, got some water and weather proof silicone glue and put a bead all the way around the edge,then pressed the two halves together and have been fine since.The original rubber gasket could be improved.Has been five weeks and still doing great.....View entire review