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Windsor Solar Lamppost with Planter 4 5 2 2
Like the solar lampost with planter alot! We have had nothing but nice compliments about this planter/light. The only negative thing I can say about this is that the planter comes in two pieces which you slide over each other and secure by aligning three notches and twisting. The planter kept coming apart so we had to "improvise" with a little super glue .Hence the average durability rating. Other than that the product is nice, a little shorter than I envisioned, but still very pretty. It looks nice during both the day and evening hours. June 5, 2014
Attractive, but poorly designed These lampposts are attractive, and the solar lights work well. They are top-heavy and unstable in breezy ( not even windy) conditions. I put rocks in the bottom of the planter part to use it because I liked their appearance. Also, the way the planter attaches to the base is not well-designed. My husband had to go around the seam with silicone because it would not stay together. May 15, 2014
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How bright is this lighting?

We are considering these to line our driveway but are concerned that these are far less bright than traditional electrical lighting...anyone have any idea on this?
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This information is coming from the buyer's office and direct from the manufacturer Improvements has developing this item.
The Windsor lamppost LED emits 50 lumens and is a bright white light. As a comparison to a electrical lamppost with a 40 watt bulb would emit 450 lumens.
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Does the light have an on and off switch?

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The light does have an on and off switch. Improvements apologizes for not providing the light lamppost instructions and will be uploading those to this web product page with the planter instructions. For your convenience at this time, please refer to the light lamppost instructions under sku # 447217 web product page.
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