Starry Solar String Lights Review

A while back I reviewed a set of Brightech Fairy Sparkle string lights and I put them in Alice’s room. These lights are so warm and inviting!! NOW I want to share with you a set of The Original Starry Solar String Lights are another brilliant product from Brightech. I received three of these sets, cool white, multi-color and warm white. These LED lights are on a flexible copper wire. These can go ANYWHERE because the miniature LED lights are on solar powered!! SO CUTE!! This string of lights is multi-colored and instantly adds pizzazz anywhere you want!! These are perfect for your garden, patio or deck. Alice and I put our set on the patio and then sat back and admired our new ‘fairy garden’. On 20′ of thin copper wire are 120 LED lights. 120 FUN bright colors!! That had 3 year old Alice mesmerized!

The LED lights will last for up to 20 YEARS!!

Included in the Starry Solar String Lights package are a clamp or a garden stake. We used the ground stake in a potted plant and it works perfectly!!

The solar panel has a thin film over it for shipping so be sure to remove it so it can charge properly. With 8 to 12 hours of daily light (it really doesn’t have to be sunny!) you will have a full 8 hours of light. On the solar panel is an off and on switch so you don’t have to have constant light if you don’t want too. The battery is a Ni-MH AA rechargeable battery rated at 3.2 VDC and 600 mAh.


The solar panel even has a light sensor so that you can turn on your lights at dusk and back on at dawn. I love that these lights come on by themselves these are so pretty and totally worry free!

The Starry String Lights come in multi-color, warm whine, and cool white. Each work the same way and each are a beautiful addition to your outdoor space!!


None! So easy to install!! They last forever! More importantly I have an instant ambiance!! Who wouldn’t love that?!?!?




    I just love fairy lights! I wrapped some around my curtain pole at Christmas & they’re still there – ha ha! Definitely bring out the inner child in me. Unfortunately while the featured lights may be all well & good in sunny California, not sure there’d be much point having them in drizzly Ireland!

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