Enchanting solar powered string lights, Everbright Solar Chinese Lanterns add a little magic to your garden for BBQ's, parties and relaxing. Designed for UK weather, they will even light up in the winter!
Garden lighting doesn’t come more magical than this. Light up key features in your garden with solar powered LED string lights that can be set to static, twinkling or flashing and create a captivating effect
Enchanting garden lighting, the Solar 100 LED Net Light shines one hundred magical white LED's into your garden for beautiful effects. Set to flash or constant and brighten up even the darkest corners of your garden.
Bright and cheerful Solar Daisy Lights can be placed around your garden for an instant lift with colour and light! White LED's light each daisy and can be set to flash or constant for magical garden lighting.
Exotic Solar Moroccan Lantern String Lights add a magical eastern feel to your garden. Solar powered, this string of sixteen Moroccan Lanterns light automatically at night for enchanting garden lighting.
A charming set of sixteen solar powered owl string lights lit by bright white LED's, each owl lights up when it senses darkness and stays lit for up to six hours a night adding personality to your garden.
Add a little wildlife to your garden, decorate trellises, hedges and patios with cute and decorative Solar Bird String Lights. A light string of sixteen small garden birds to light your garden at night.
Brighten up your garden and add exotic charm with pretty Solar Orchid String Lights. Twelve delicate orchids are lit by white LED's that can be set to static or flash for beautiful fuss free garden lighting.
Pledges for the Phantom Frames LED bike are piling in on Kickstarter, and the creator is not only just 6 years old, he’s also clearly a genius! Easily the coolest bike we've ever seen, it’s top of next years Christmas list already.
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Did You Know?
In 1933 the infamous Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree in Manhattan was lit for the first time. Nowadays it is decorated with around 30,000 energy efficient bulbs (that's equivalent to around 5 miles of lights!)