We got a 4 pack of hampton bay ambers from Home Dep for $17.
If you don't have full exposure, don't expect them to light the path
much, they work more as path markers.
When we went camping, they had much more sunlight, and were *bright*
at night. Easilly lighting up the ground and shining enough light on
the pavillion (from the outside) to be able to see inside.
Even after several cloudy days, they lasted till morning. (though they
were not as bright.)
Look for a unit that has two replaceable standard sized
batteries. Ours are AA nicads... will change when needed.
Some units have a single cell, or are soldered in place.
I like the amber lights, and they tend to be more efficient from what
i hear, and they look more natural to me.
We've only had our for a season, and so far i'm very pleased.
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