Interesting point ... we had a string of solar lights (until the squirrel chewed through the cable), and in high summer they would last for a reasonable number of hours after dark, whereas in the depths of winter only an hour or so. I suppose there are far fewer cyclists in winter time and those that do cycle through the winter tend to be better set up with good lights than the casual cyclist.NigC said:In theory, solar powered lights seem like a great idea, but I'm wondering how long they stay lit for.
The only problem is, even during summer, with a full day of sunshine, the charge is not enough to keep them running throughout the night.
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