Brightown Solar String Lights Outdoor 60 Led 35.6 Feet Crystal Globe Lights with 8 Lighting Modes, Waterproof Solar Powered Patio Lights

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $16.99

High quality solar gazebo lights: The factory equipped sophisticated and 120 degree adjustable monocrystalline silicon solar panel plus the inbuilt 800mAh rechargeable battery, which can be recharged without sockets and wires. When the built in NiMH battery saves enough solar energy in the daytime, the string lights can automatically work for 8 to10 hours at night

IP65 waterproof: Solar powered fairy light is made of solid materials and has IP65 waterproof function. This feature enables it to work continuously for 365 days and be suitable for outdoor use, creating a pleasant atmosphere for courtyard, lawn and tent

Energy saving led lights: 35.6 feet long string with 60 super bright led bulbs, powered by solar energy, can save electricity and money which enable your life to practice the concept of sustainable development and improve the quality of life. It can still be touched safely after it has been working for some time, which is a friendly product

Multifunctional 8 lighting modes: Beautiful and brilliant lighting modes include waves, combination, sequential, gradual, chasing flash, slow fade, twinkle flash and steady on. 8 lighting modes can meet all your requirements for different lights

Widely used: These outdoor balcony lights are the perfect decoration for terrace, pergola, bistro, backyard, deck, barbecue, umbrella, dinner, birthday, Christmas, New Year party and more

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Brightown Solar String Lights Outdoor 60 Led 35.6 Feet Crystal Globe Lights with 8 Lighting Modes, Waterproof Solar Powered Patio Lights for Garden Yard Porch Wedding Party Decor (Pure White)


Solar String Lights Outdoor

Brightown Solar String Lights

Solar String Lights Outdoor

Why It Doesn’t Work?

For the solar lights, please note that the solar panel is very sensitive to any light source. If the solar panel can sense ANY light, it will change to the charging mode automatically and while it is charging, no power will be supplied. And it won’t light up.

So after fully charging the solar panel, (fully exposed to the sun for 5-6 hours), you can test it during the daytime by taking cloth or anything else that would prevent the solar panel from exposure to any light and then cover the panel. If you try it at night, make sure the panel does not face any light source directly.

So please:

1、Prevent the solar panel from exposure to any light source

2、Press the ON/ OFF button to test if the lights can light up.


Just put the solar panel in a sufficient sunny place, light from the sun charges the battery, and at night, energy stored in the battery powers the LED lights. No energy or electric costs.


All the components are IP65 waterproof enabled, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor usage.


Send out pure white light and create a pleasant atmosphere for courtyard, lawn and tent.


When the built-in NiMH battery saves enough solar energy in the daytime, the string lights can automatically work for 8-10 hours at night.


8 lighting modes including waves, combination, sequential, gradual, chasing flash, slow fade, twinkle flash and steady on


No outlet required! Highly multifunctional, efficient, reliable, and extremely durable.


Additional information



‎Brightown JiaSheng

Part Number


Item Weight

‎1.41 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎5.79 x 4.41 x 4.37 inches

Item model number



‎1 pc


‎Pure White



Power Source

‎Solar Powered

Item Package Quantity


Type of Bulb


Included Components

‎Solar string lights

Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?


Warranty Description

‎1 year manufacturer.



Date First Available

June 23, 2020

10 reviews for Brightown Solar String Lights Outdoor 60 Led 35.6 Feet Crystal Globe Lights with 8 Lighting Modes, Waterproof Solar Powered Patio Lights

  1. Latina Lori

    I bought these to fancy up our camping easy ups. I used little hook clips I got on Amazon. They clipped up perfectly around the edge of the canopy. I have 10×10 canopies and one set of lights is long enough to cover 3 sides of the canopy. I clipped up the solar panel too since the ground was too hard to use the stake provided. It get worked wonderfully! The solar would reach agreement during the day and when the sun went down the lights would come on. I could easily change if I wanted blinky or solid lights with a few different blinky option. I loved the way it made our site look. Not super bright, didn’t attract bugs, just a nice low light. Not enough to play cards under but enough to find your way to the drink table. Definitely recommend

  2. Talk About It

    I’ve bought a variety of solar string lights, including round globes over the past few years. Even when the solar device is pointing in direct sunlight, they typically don’t shine very brightly and fade out after a few hours at night. I bought these globe lights in green this December. I live in So. Cal, but December is our coldest month, so there are cloudy days and the sun isn’t always as intense as other months, but these stay brightly lit until the sun rises. I’ve had them for a week now, and we’ll see how they hold up, but so far, very impressed.

  3. DalaiLobbyDalaiLobby

    I like the compact nature of this product. The light is soft and not intrusive so when the solar keeps them on at night at a campground, they are not so bright that they shine into nearby tents if you forget to turn them off. They create a fun atmosphere and provide just enough light. They are a bit hard to put away and then untingle to rehang them, but it isn’t too bad. I store them in a felt bag to keep them safe from breakage since they don’t fit well back in the box after use. The bulbs seem strong and are not flimsy. I recommend this product and they are well priced.

  4. T.H.P.T.H.P.

    I’ve always wanted to put lights on my kids’ backyard tree fort. Unfortunately, I would have to run a long extension cord in order to plug in any lights. When I saw this product and how the lights are powered using a solar panel, I bought it. They are perfect and exactly what I was looking for. I didn’t want huge bright bulbs, so these were perfect. They are bright enough so that I could see from inside the house, but not too bright as to be obnoxious for the neighbors. I like that once it’s installed, the lights will charge and turn on the lights by itself. Overall, I’m really happy with this product.

  5. Blingy girlBlingy girl

    I love these solar string lights!! I wrapped it around the trunk of this large tree in the backyard. I had to order 2 of them to cover it all. I ordered a set of 8 hanging solar bulbs as ornaments in the tree. I live in MN, it’s been below zero here and as you can see the lights work great!! I had to chase off a squirrel that bit off one of the bulbs, so none of the bulbs after the bitten off one worked. The rest of it still works, but that’s partially why I needed a 2nd set to complete covering the trunk. It’s been months and the squirrel hasn’t come back, and my lights look beautiful!! I love the coolness of the light too. I don’t like warm orangey lights. I’m going to order some for the tree in the front yard next!!

  6. C. D.

    I hung these lights over a my lattice in my backyard for a Christmas party. They look so great, I’ve decided to leave them up all year. They aren’t bright enough to light up the yard or even a few feet in front of them, but that’s part of what makes them so pretty. They stay lit all night long and I’ve had them up for over a month. The solar panel can be placed on a stake, but I just secured it to the top of the lattice with some zip ties.


    I love these lights. First I bought warm white to test them out & see if they would work. They looked so nice I bought the double pack of bright white & I’m also going to get some blue ones for my daughters room.I notice that some people had some issues with the on/off. Solution: as soon as you take the solar panel out of the package, press the on/off button once. That turns them on. They have to be on in order to charge. I noticed with all three sets of mine the mode was set to a rotating blink, and at first it looks like the lights are flickering because maybe its not dark enough out. Just click the mode button a couple of times to get to the steady on mode.These aren’t super bright so don’t expect to be able to read under them. They are a nice ambient light so you aren’t sitting in the dark with someone like a couple of weirdos.They are 100% solar power so you don’t have to worry about electricity wasting or 900 extension cords.I am on the third floor of an apartment building so i stuck my solar boxes on the outside of the porch posts using duct tape. I’m pretty high up & it gets crazy windy up here but I haven’t had any issues with the lights. It’s also been pretty cloudy but that also hasn’t affected the lights.I also realized that these are the same lights my neighbor has had on their gate years all year round & they still work so thats a plus.

  8. Liz JordanLiz Jordan

    Love these lights. I have to admit I didn’t realize the bulbs would be this small but still very cute! Works well for what I wanted them for. The solar panel is only for a yard stake but I unscrewed that and just drilled it into the wood and seems to be holding fine.

  9. StarredgirlStarredgirl

    Love these lights! We live in an old farmhouse that doesn’t have exterior plugs, so if I want to get festive I need solar lights or battery. I’ve had two strings up for almost three weeks now, and would love more! They look so cute on our porches, I plan to keep them up all year. They are great quality, and give a nice warm glow. Getting enough sun in wintery Michigan is a challenge that I’ve come to accept — it’s often overcast here and we don’t get a lot of daylight in the winter — but these little lights still soak up what they can and faithfully have come on every night. Depending on how much charge they received, they sometimes will stay lit until sunrise! Just be sure to pay attention to where you put your solar panel. I realized I had one of mine in the shade so of course the lights weren’t getting a charge. A slight move and that problem was fixed. We’ve also been through two high wind storms and the lights were just fine. Very happy so far.

  10. SpaceMom125SpaceMom125

    These are fantastic! So bright. And when charged, they stay on through the night! So handy to hang where you don’t have an electrical outlet.

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