Solar powered pole lamp.
A solar powered pole lamp with 3 petals placed at varying heights to form a tree-like canopy. Solar cells are positioned on the top of each petal beneath a clear high-impact acrylic lens. Warm-light LEDs are mounted on the underside onto a highly reflective luminaire behind a translucent acrylic lens. Each unit consumes between 25-50 watts of power. Contact email@example.com for purchase information.
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