Lighting the paths and driveways in your outside area can really add some curb appeal to your home, as well as make it much easier to see! We’ve researched and reviewed a huge selection of products to bring you our solar path lights buying guide. Spruce up your garden with any of the amazing lights on this list! But before we get started, let’s take a look at some things you should know.
Material: What is the light made of? The most common materials that we found were plastic and metal. Note that this only refers to the material that the light casing or decoration is made of, not the light itself.
Pieces: How many lights come in the package? Some on this list only come two to a set, while others hold an incredible 12-18 lights in order to decorate your whole garden in the same type of light.
Weather Resistant: You don’t want the weather to get into your lights and cause them to malfunction. Many of the lights on our list are resistant to rain and snow, so you don’t have to worry about them.
Finish: What color or texture is the light finished in? Black seems to be a pretty popular finish, with bronze or textured bronze coming in at a close second. Both add elegance and a classic style to any outdoor area.
Size: The size of the light only refers to how tall it is at its full size before it’s planted in the ground. This gives you the ability to choose lights that are either closer to or farther from the ground.
Warranty: The warranty protects both you and your purchase: if it stops working within the warranty period due to normal wear, you could get a refund or a replacement product. And best of all, this guarantee is free!
Now that you know everything there is to know about solar path lights, we can take a look at the solar path lights reviews that we’ve compiled through a lot of research. If you’re in a hurry, check out our top pick and budget pick first, as they’re the best of the best and will give you a good idea of what’s available. Check out the rest of our list as well for great lights!
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019