$13.59

Patio Umbrella Lights Cordless Parasol String Lights with Remote Control 8 Mode LED Umbrella Pole Light Battery Operated Waterproof for 7ft-10ft Umbrella Outdoor Garden Decoration

4 out of 5
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3 reviews for "Patio Umbrella Lights Cordless Parasol String Lights with Remote Control 8 Mode LED Umbrella Pole Light Battery Operated Waterproof for 7ft-10ft Umbrella Outdoor Garden Decoration"

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    As has been mentioned by others, the installation takes some time. If you are an impatient person who wants plug and play, don’t buy this light set. But if you are willing to take your time and install it carefully, everything you need is provided and it looks great when you are done. A few caveats: the wiring for the lights is thin copper and unnoticeable, but the wiring for power and connectors (I’m not sure what to call them) are white. So if you have a dark umbrella with brown ribs like me, they are unsightly. After installation I realized I could have hidden them by fastening them on top of the ribs and then just pulled the wire down. Oh well. I was able to hide the battery box using the wind vent on my umbrella. But if your umbrella doesn’t have one, the battery box will be visible and unsightly as well. Lastly, the lights have eight strands for an umbrella with 8 ribs. Mine only has six, so I wrapped the extra around at the top of the umbrella pole. You have the option of removing the extra strands if you want. I’ve only just installed the lights, so I can’t speak to durability, but so far I am more than satisfied.

  2. :

    As has been mentioned by others, the installation takes some time. If you are an impatient person who wants plug and play, don’t buy this light set. But if you are willing to take your time and install it carefully, everything you need is provided and it looks great when you are done. A few caveats: the wiring for the lights is thin copper and unnoticeable, but the wiring for power and connectors (I’m not sure what to call them) are white. So if you have a dark umbrella with brown ribs like me, they are unsightly. After installation I realized I could have hidden them by fastening them on top of the ribs and then just pulled the wire down. Oh well. I was able to hide the battery box using the wind vent on my umbrella. But if your umbrella doesn’t have one, the battery box will be visible and unsightly as well. Lastly, the lights have eight strands for an umbrella with 8 ribs. Mine only has six, so I wrapped the extra around at the top of the umbrella pole. You have the option of removing the extra strands if you want. I’ve only just installed the lights, so I can’t speak to durability, but so far I am more than satisfied.

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    This seems well made for the price. It wasn’t too hard to install once I decided to take the umbrella down and rotate it on the patio while I wrapped the light strings around.I used 3 tie-wraps (to make a ‘Y’) to hang the battery/control box from the top of the umbrella.My only complaint is that most of the ‘modes’ are to flashy for my tastes (maybe I’m just too old). Out of the 8 modes there are only 2 I will use in our patio. One of them is solid ‘on’ (you can adjust the brightness). The other is also solid, but changes the brightness slowly from low to high. The rest do things like ‘dancing’, ‘alternating’, ‘flashing’, ect…You might like those (maybe for a party), but not something I expect to use.I haven’t had it long enough to judge batter life, but the LEDs are very-very small, so I expect them to last for the summer (especially since we typically only use it on the weekend (Friday, Saturday evenings).

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