Pine Top Pagoda Solar Accent Light

Closeouts. Let your love light shine long after the sun goes down. Pine Top's Pagoda Solar Accent light adds a rustic element to your front walk or backyard.

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  • Reviewed by okdeb from Oklahoma on Wednesday, February 26, 2014
    I bought two of these things. The generic, poorly translated to English instruction sheet is useless.
    We've tried twisting and prying to lift out the center piece and the centers are glued down into the base.
    Without being able to lift the center out, you can never change batteries.

    It's ridiculous what we had to go through to see and reach the off/on switch and turn the darn things on.
    Certainly glad I got these at less than $10 each, but they aren't even worth what I paid for them.
    Cheap [...]. I hope they both have good batteries so we can at least get a little use out of them before throwing them out.
    I would never knowingly purchase solar lights that are manufactured to keep you from ever replacing batteries.

    Buyer Beware.
  • Reviewed by wsmama from Washington State on Wednesday, January 22, 2014
    I was hoping I'd be one of the lucky 4/5 star raters but NOPE. All I could get was a flickering light that worked for 3 minutes and never again. Unfortunately I mashed the box trying to get it out so not even sure I can send it back.
  • Reviewed by Kathryn from N. Texas on Friday, December 13, 2013
    I have 4 of these and they are a great addition to my deck. Seem to work fine.
  • Reviewed by Ellen from Boston on Saturday, December 7, 2013
    These lights are cute but non functional. I would have given then just one star but my review wasn't bring posted when I rated it that way. Censorship? The batteries are not accessible! Nor is the ON /Off switch . With severe contortions we were able to mani ever and reach the switch inside the pagoda. However the lights didn't charge well in Boston Novembers sun light. Maybe somewhere else. Here. 2 hours of pale light. And no way to replace battery
  • Reviewed by Ellen from Boston on Thursday, November 28, 2013
    This doesn't have a battery compartment so you need to try to do things (like turn the switch to ON or change the battery) through the small lattice holes that barely fit one finger. It is difficult and awkward and time consuming. I thought I might as well see if they worked when I figured out that step. 2 out of 4 did put out a faint light...the other 2 no light. I am not willing to go through the gymnastics to change the battery so these will be returned.
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