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Solar Shed Lighting

Review of the Gama Sonic Light My Shed Solar Light



solar shed lighting This solar shed lighting kit uses a remote solar panel that you attach to the outside of your shed and comes with two 8 watt fluorescent bulbs.

The estimated illumination hours are 4 to 5 hours, with a full battery charge. You also have the option of running one bulb or both bulbs.

The solar panel can be installed on all types of material including metal, wood or plastic.

You might also consider using these to light gazebos, greenhouses, barns and garages.

What We Like

  • Easy to install
  • Waterproof design
  • Replaceable fluorescent bulbs
  • Adjustable monocrystal solar panel
  • 6 volt/2.5 amp rechargeable battery
  • No outside electrical wiring

What We Don't Like

  • As with most solar powered lights, do not expect a bright light
  • No auto off switch
  • Cord from the outside solar panel to the light might not be long enough (about 13 foot)

Summary

If you are looking for solar shed lighting that provides enough light to work in your shed, then this light is not for you. The 2-8 watt fluorescent bulbs will not produce enough light.

Think of this solar shed light as more of a night light, to find your way around your shed.

Another alternative for your shed lighting might be this solar powered LED shed light

You can read more reviews or purchase the Light My Shed Solar Light Kit from Amazon





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