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Casagami Solar Light House

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Build the perfect glowing window display or night-light
Folded neatly into an envelope, it's the perfect flat-packed gift
Enjoy a whimsical foray into the world of solar energy
Authentic and homely fire-place glow (from an Orange LED)
Provides five hours of soothing illumination on a single charge
Pre-cut and pre-folded, primed and ready to be assembled
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Conscious of soaring house prices? Not sure about getting that expensive solar panelling on your roof? Looking for a miniature and whimsical night light? The Casagami Solar Light House solves all three of these problems.

Made from recycled cardboard and neatly packaged in it's own little envelope, this dinky flat-packed dwelling is pre-cut, pre-folded and ready to roll. It's dead easy to assemble and even more fun to decorate.

Just pop it on a sunny window ledge to charge the built-in solar panel and then when night falls, flick the switch and the orange LED concealed within will provide up to five hours of sweet soothing illumination. A homely fire-place glow for your shadowy bedside.

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Product Features:
  • Enjoy a whimsical foray into the world of solar energy
  • Made from recycled cardboard
  • Why not pick it up to light your way to the toilet
  • Pre-cut and pre-folded – ready to assemble
  • Provides up to 5 hours of soothing illumination
  • Flat-packed in an envelope
  • Orange LED, for that authentic fire-place glow
  • Rechargeable battery (LIR 2032 3, 6V)
  • Miniature 5V 2mA solar panel
  • Flat-packed, it measures approximately 23cm(W) x 16cm(H) x 9cm(D)
  • Fully constructed, it measures approximately 9cm(W) x 5.5cm(H) x 8cm(D)
  • Weighs approximately 45g
Customer reviews
"This is super cute, nothing fancy by all means but if you want something quirky to fill a space somewhere, then this is it :)."
Ashley - 16th of August, 2016
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