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Old 03-08-2016, 08:26 AM   #1
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Default This solar light looks handy.

We ordered one for outside of the RV. The price is right. We will let you know how we like it.

SolarBlaze Bright Solar Powered Outdoor LED Light - Auto ON at Night / Auto BRIGHT with Motion Sensor - Wireless Security Lighting - No Tools Peel 'N Stick - No Battery Required for Patio, Outside Wall, Stairs, Home, RV, Deck https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QL2C20C..._G6U3wbW3SJ1Y9
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I agree it looks as if it would be good for a " night light" when returning to the rv at night
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We received the light. It is very small. Not sure how much light it will project. Will have to test it out and report back. It can be mounted with tape of screws.
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Kind of looks like it was intended to light up steps or a pathway. If mounted close to ground it probably works very well to let you see where you're stepping.

If it's not bright enough when mounted up high, try mounting it closer to the trailer steps.
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Might be good to put it near the door latch to see the key holes. People are using them on their RVs. Time will tell.
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