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Make your garden dazzle with these attractive 20 Solar Colour Changing Butterfly Lights. This array of lights flicker between red, yellow, green and blue colours, adding some light and style to your garden at night. With a rechargeable battery included, these attractive butterfly lights work best when placed in direct sunlight.

  • Bulbs required: 100 x 0.2W LED (included).
  • Batteries required: 1 x rechargeable Batteries Included.

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4 / 5
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Lights look really good and were fully charged after one day.

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5 / 5
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Great garden lights

Difficult to find colour changing bulbs and these are excellent

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5 / 5
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So pretty

The lights took 2 days to charge up and they look fab

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Questions & answers

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Are these lights in a continuous string and if so, how long is the string of lights?

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Hi Billybass

The lights are on a string, the length of this is 14 foot.

Have a nice day.

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Are the lights all the same colour and the same time?

I purchased these lights and couldn't wait to see them light up. I was surprised as I thought they would all be the same colour and then change all at the same time as per the photo's. So I thought they would all be blue, then yellow etc but mine are all multi coloured and look like they should be on a Xmas tree. Can anyone tell me if there's a switch to turn them on to same colour or is it just misleading from the photos?

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Hi there,

I can confirm that there is no switch on these lights to change the colour.

Thanks for using Argos Q&A.

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There is no switch but must admit theses lights are very good

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On/off button on solar panel

I'm struggling to work out the on / off switch on the solar panel Are you supposed to remove the soft rubber bit or is that part of the switch. The instructions are a bit vague.Help please

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Hi

Our supplier has advised that the soft rubber bit is part of the switch and makes it waterproof - please don’t remove it.

I hope this helps!

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Rubber bit is part of switch, it makes it waterproof, just push it opposite way to what it was when you got it, if you can remember..

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Boring but important info

Light Fittings

All light fittings must be fitted in accordance with wiring regulations from the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE) and current building regulations. We recommend you employ a qualified electrician and that manufacturer's fitting instructions are followed.

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