July 8, 2011

Solar Powered Plant Pot for Cool Kitchen Lighting


This stylish indoor Solar Powered Plant Pot makes light by charging up via a solar panel that is on the end of a 3 meter cord. We love the idea of this pot on our kitchen window sill, and it will stay illuminated for 6-8 hours in the summer and 2-4 hours in the winter. The lights are splash proof protected (e.g. rain) however please make sure the product is never placed where water can collect, a minimum of 2m from any water source (such as ponds) is recommended, and perhaps you want it a few feet from your kitchen sink too.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at July 8, 2011 7:43 AM
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