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Frostfire Whiteglow – Solar Pond and Pool Light

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Frostfire Whiteglow - Solar Pond and Pool Light

  • Solar Pond and Pool Light
  • Charge via sunlight during the day and light up at night
  • Powerful led, no wiring or batteries required
  • Waterproof, 6-8 hour night illumination
  • 15cm light diameter
The Frostfire Solar Pond and Pool Light provides a powerful night light. The stylish light charges during the day via the sun and comes on automatically at night. The lights can be placed anywhere in the garden and are ideal for in ponds and pools. No batteries or wiring is required. Each light measures 15cm (6cm Inches) in diameter.

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  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Cool floating glowing globes in your pond!, 11 Feb. 2016
    WKReviews (London) –
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Frostfire Whiteglow – Solar Pond and Pool Light
    Disclaimer: I was given this product from the manufacturer for free and asked to give a review of it. My review is honest and unbiased, given the item for free did not influence my review in any way.

    I had the opportunity to test this “Whiteglow” along with the other two “Casasphere” & “Mooncurl”, all three are very similar, though have additional spikes/stands that differential them from each other.

    Back on topic:

    Contents: The only thing within the box is the actual globe light and manual.

    Construction: At first, it looked pretty fragile and light and that I could just squash it with my bare hands…I attempted to squash it and it’s surprising robust and rigid, it looks like a big white plastic ball that you find in those kiddy ball pits but its actually very strong. Dropping it from head height, it’ll probably just scratch rather than crack (haven’t tested!! Don’t try it at home guys!)
    The silver ring on the bottom is metal, which is a nice touch, adds a bit more elegance to it, I’m glad it isn’t just silver painted plastic, that would have been tacky and would probably look worse after time when it rubs off. The size of the globe is roughly 15cm in diameter, palmable size. It won’t take up a lot of room, nor will it something that sticks out like a sore thumb in your garden.

    Usage: Instructions say that on a 10 hour charge in sunlight, it can last 40 hours! That’s an impressive claim that only time will tell! On the bottom side of the unit, there’s a rubber sealed button that you use to turn the globe On/Off. You can’t actually tell if the unit is turned on or off until it’s actually dark, as the button doesn’t stay recessed if it’s On nor Off. I had to go into a dark corner to find out. The light that it produces is a diffused white glow, during night it actually looks pretty cool with just a white glowing globe sitting in my garden. It’s perfect to just add a small amount of illumination in a corner or even, what’s more cool, is having it floating on a pond! I tested it in my bathtub as I don’t have a pond, and it floats perfectly well, it makes me wish I did have a pond that’s for sure. It’s not a blinding white globe as it’s only powered by a single LED light, but it’s sufficient as a decorative thing, rather than for illumination.
    What I did find though, is that it’s not very weighty, so it can actually get blown around. I’ve had a few very windy days recently and each time have found the globe to be on the other end of the garden, it would have been good if it was a big heavier, though it’s intended for pond use too so I assume it couldn’t be much heavier.

    Conclusion: I actually really like these, it adds a touch of lighting to my garden without being an annoyance to neighbours who can see it (well not that I’ve come across any angry neighbours yet!) It looks really cool if you have a few of them and sit them together. Only downside is that if it’s windy, you’ll probably find they get blown around the garden. Other than that, I think £10 is a good price and would definitely buy more.

    I haven’t managed to take photos during the night, but will update my review with the photos as soon as I do.

    UPDATE: I’ve taken a photo of the amount of light that these globes output. This was taken in a dark room with only the globe producing any light, the photo is a like of like representation of how I saw it through my eyes.


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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent quality solar light, looks lovely, 4 Mar. 2016
    Chris M

    This review is from: Frostfire Whiteglow – Solar Pond and Pool Light
    Whilst this review is for the Whiteglow by Frost fire, it’s worth first noting that at the time of writing there are two other products by Frost fire that are essentially the same but with additional accessories.

    For reference the three products and their varying accessories are as follows:

    Casasphere: Ball, ground spike direct from base & three further lengths – so you can have your solar light standing tall on a spike in your garden, spiked directly into the ground with no stand – or just use the ball to float on water
    Mooncurl: Ball, ground spike only (which I struggled to remove without the other parts from Casasphere) – so you can have this light spiked into the ground directly so it sits in place, or just use the ball to float on water
    Whiteglow (this product): Ball only – your only real option is to float on water as without a spike there’s nothing to hold in place

    So depending on your needs or requirements the other options might suit you better as they offer better flexibility. However I am reviewing this Whiteglow on its own merits and I am very pleased with how it looks and operates, as with all frost fire solar lights I sincerely think they are much better quality than the majority of solar lights out there.

    First thing to note is the ball is quite large, measuring 15cm diameter. In use I am very pleased with it, it has performed just as my other frost fires; at the moment the lights are staying on for at least 3 hours from the winter’s sun, but in summer our other frost fires stay on for at least 6 hours, as soon as the sun starts to drop they all progressively come on and the effect is lovely.

    Sincerely I have absolutely no criticisms of this light, other than if you do want more options, at the time of writing you might be better to purchase the “Casasphere” as you can use it in the same way as this Whiteglow model or even the Mooncurl.

    I was kindly provided a sample by the publisher to review; the opinions expressed here are entirely my own view of this solar light.


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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I love products that work right out of the box and …, 22 Feb. 2016
    BarbaraLyn (O’Fallon, MO USA) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Frostfire Whiteglow – Solar Pond and Pool Light
    This solar light has my full attention. I love products that work right out of the box and you can see how to use them without reading in-depth, detailed instructions.

    That is exactly what this 6” ball light is. Easy to understand how to use. I simply pushed the on button and set it on the edge of my flower bed. Yes, I know it says pool or pond light but I don’t have either of those at my house. So I just put it on the ground. It works well and gives off a white light. It is a soft light but bright enough to read by for approximately 4” around the ball.

    The light does come with an instruction sheet. One side has graphics to show you how to turn it on and what NOT to do. It is sealed so it is waterproof but can be set on a flat surface as well. The other side of the instruction sheet tells you how to replace the battery, lists the charging time which is rated at 10 hours in full sun and working time after a full charge which is 40 hours after a full charge. If you get a couple of sunless days, as long as the ball has been fully charged, it will work when the sun goes down.

    I like the shape of this light and several along my flower bed will provide a nicely lighted walkway to the front door.

    “I received a free or discounted product in exchange for providing an unbiased review.”


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