Quntis LED outdoor spotlight techbuzzireland

With things the way way they are now with the cost of living raising almost weekly there is some forms of technology that can help you out that is cost effective to buy and free to run, lights are one example many of us have in our homes, I have a home security system with spotlights that are plugged in however timed but depending on the time of night and how much they are used will obviously affect the cost of running them.

Quntis has a solution that is cheap to buy and free to run something that the green party here would like and it is the Quntis LED outdoor spotlights that run by solar power and no need to plug them in to use them or charge them as there is a small 1200mAh battery inside to do that for you.

These can be mounted in the ground or fixed onto the way with two screws and there is also a switch on the rear to turn them on whenever you need with two brightness levels too, simple and effective idea easy to maintain and easy to operate.

Check out the video review below for more, this is so simple and easy to use and check out the results.


  • 【Super Bright Cool White Solar Spotlights】24 LEDs Solar spot lights adopts optical lens design for 30% more brightness, luminous intensity 800 Lumen which can focus the light source to the greatest extent and increase the brightness of the light. Solar spot lights can completely light up patio gardens, swimming pools etc.
  • 【IP65 Waterproof Solar Spot Lights Outdoor】Outdoor spotlights are made up of high-quality ABS plastic materials, integrated design IP65 waterproof, 1200mAh large capacity rechargeable battery, longer light time. Whether it’s raining, snowing, high temperatures or other extreme weather, you can use the solar landscape lights with confidence.
  • 【Automatic On-Off & 2 Brightness modes】Solar uplighters come with Auto-charging and Auto On/Off function. The battery usually lasts for about 12 hours on low brightness(45% brightness) and for about 6 hours at high brightness(100% brightness) setting. When the battery is not enough, the brightness of the light will automatically decrease to ensure the longest light time.




By Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO and expert in transport and Mobile tech. A fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia Mobile expert, Former Nokia/Microsoft VIP,Multiple forum tech supporter with worldwide top ranking,Working in the background on mobile technology, Weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show, Cavan TV and on TRT WORLD. Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger. Security and logisitcs Professional.

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