dealsset of 4 solar wireless garden rock lights for…

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Wait...these are both solar AND wireless? I'm in!

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Rocks that glow in the dark? I haven't seen that since I quit my job at the nuclear plant.

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BONUS: You have the option, upon checkout, to donate low-cost items to various charities: warm socks, warm gloves, etc to shelters; bag of treats or a toy to pet shelters.

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They sell these at my local Dollar Tree for $1 each. I can't swear they are exactly the same product but they look pretty much the same as these. I looked on the Dollar Tree website and they are not listed, not all their merchandise is available online. So if you don't have a Dollar Tree where you live this might still be a good deal. They are useful, I have one on each of the concrete stairs leading down to my back yard, along with an overhead solar floodlight. The floodlight provides a pale light on standby, and has a motion sensor that turns it up to full brightness, as bright as an electric light, when you are on the stairs. Together they provide excellent safety on the concrete yard stairs.

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Okay, I guess $1 is not a good deal to some folks.

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@moondrake: down voting has been stranger than usual lately. Personally I appreciated the info and the deal. It's always funny to see rocks or "rocks" this size in local gardens since they don't occur naturally in our area. In other words, lighting is probably fine, but those hide-a-spare-key rocks are a dead giveaway. LOL!

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@belyndag: Thanks. I knew you weren't the downer.

Our yards literally grow rocks. We are in sandy/clay soil, generously embedded with stones of all sizes. Since the area is tectonically unstable (although we never feel the tremors, the sand mutes them), rocks are constantly being sifted to the surface. You can clean all of the rocks out of your yard, and within a couple of weeks you'll have a new "crop" of fist to head sized rocks. That's why all the yards have rock walls, the rocks are a natural resource. So these and the hide-a-keys fit right in. But it you don't keep track of the hide-a-key it might get lost amongst all the similar stone. :)

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Wow. I just searched "solar rock" on Amazon.com. I didn't realize how many different solar rocks there are... Quite the niche industry...

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@moondrake: the ones I seen at my dollar tree weren't worth a dollar. lights were loose and falling out.

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@moondrake: When I first moved to south Louisiana I was surprised when other kids would mention rocks and point to shells. Gravel driveways here are made of cleaned oyster shells. Around the, um, more interesting honky tonks they're not always well cleaned. Makes for an interesting aroma.