Do you have a summer cottage with no mains electricity? Or do you have a beach sauna, playhouse or barbecue shelter with no source of power? If the answer is yes, you are perhaps one of those people who want a relaxed atmosphere and proximity to nature at your cottage. During dry summers, forest fire warnings are in force in many places so it is impossible to enjoy the glow of a campfire. As darkness falls, solar- and battery-powered lights come into their own bringing a little relief and a feeling of safety to life.
With decorative lights that can be charged in the sun, you can create a festive atmosphere in places where no electricity is available. Solar decorative lights hardly heat up at all, so are easy to use, worry-free and safe. In garden decoration, the season for Solar decorative lights begins by Midsummer at the latest and continues into the autumn for as long as there is enough sunlight. Choose a sunny place for the solar cell where it can be charged with plenty of energy during the day. Later as night falls, the decorative lights will illuminate automatically.
Battery-powered lights are a handy aid in places without electricity, for example on the staircase or outside toilet at a cottage or as additional light in closets or cupboards. Attach the Wally switch with a sticker or small screws directly to the wall and click on the lights. Cabinet-, Cabinete- and Doris lights come with a motion sensor, so with them life is automatically easy as long as you remember to change the batteries now and then.
If, for reasons of comfort, you want electricity at your cottage, you have probably bought solar panels for it. With them, you will get quite far. The Solar LED lamp operates on both 12 V AC and DC voltage. The lamp can be used not only with solar panels but also in boats, caravans and camper vans.