The Syhonic Outdoor Solar Spotlight is a new generation of the popular solar spotlight product. It’s waterproof (IP65 rating) and heatproof, and can be secured in the ground with the included spike or wall mounted with the included hardware.
The spotlight itself has a single button for Low, Off, and High brightness. Low brightness lasts approximately 14 hours, while high brightness (about 200 lumens) lasts approximately 8 hours. In my testing, even the low brightness was suitably bright thanks to the four LEDs (4×50 lumens max). With its built-in light sensor, it automatically goes on at night and automatically turns off and charges during the day.
The oversized solar panel adjusts 180 degrees, while the spotlight portion adjusts 90 degrees. The combination of the two should allow for optimal positioning regardless of where you place it.
The built-in lithium rechargeable battery (3.7v, 2200Mah) should last about three years, making for a long-time fixture in your yard.
Thanks to Syhonic for the review unit.