We found a hot deal for you currently on Amazon to help you start planning your holiday decor outdoors!! These Outdoor Solar Powered String Lights look so cool and festive - and best of all....they won't increase your energy bill because they are solar powered (plus zero batteries - very environmentally friendly)!
Here are a few details on these Outdoor Solar Powered String Lights from Easy Decor:
- 30 LED Balls - Multi-colored, Waterproof, Decorative Christmas Globe Light on a 21ft line.
- 8 kinds of modes available, including Combination, In Wave, Sequential, Slo Glo, Chasing/Flash, Slow Fade, Twinkle/Flash and Steady On.
- The solar power allows these to be lit up for a total of 8 hours. 5 hours of charging time.
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
These 21 ft. Solar Powered String Lights have an Amazon rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars and we have a special coupon code in which you can snag them for under $6 (they retail for $20 each).
Want to take advantage of this limited time deal? Here are the details:
Add the Outdoor Solar Powered String Lights from Easy Decor to your cart (linked already for your convenience).
Use coupon promo code 3MIT92FA to get 50% off the current sale price of $10.99 (retails for $20 each)
Price after code - $5.50 (That is 73% Savings off Retail)!!
Don't delay in this delay because they will be done before you know it!! I can see these strung all over our sunroom which has big windows to let the light in to charge them! Where would you decorate with these lights? Tell us below in the comments!
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