These lights give off a romantic feel with the black acrylic finish and classic light bulbs. The Enbrighten Classic lights are advertised as virtually indestructible – the bulbs will not break if they are stepped on, fall, or blown around in wind or rain as the bulbs are thick.
They come in options of 12, 18, 24, 36, or 48 feet. There is a 24-inch spacing between each bulb. These lights can be installed on flat surface or hung from above.
If you’re looking for warm light to see around your pergola, but still want that gentle romantic glow, these are the lights for you.
These are 25 feet long with 12 inch spacing between round G40 bulbs. Unlike traditional string lights, if one bulb is removed or breaks, the remaining bulbs continue to light up. You can attach three more strands.
Pros & Benefits
Bulbs don’t get hot after hours of use
100% satisfaction guarantee with 1 year quality guarantee
If you’re looking for a more vintage, magical feel, these lights are perfect. They give off a warm amber color, unlike many solar lights that have cool undertones. The round, white iron displays a beautiful pattern of light. They come in a pack of two and measure 6 x 6 x 6.7 inches.
This is a small, stainless steel, industrial style light with a black finish. It has a remote control that can operate from up to five meters away and a two-foot pull cord, adding versatility of where to place it.
The dimensions are as follows: 16 x 7cm and the solar panel is 9.8 x 8.5cm. It takes between six and eight hours to charge and stays lit for ten to twelve hours. The package includes one solar LED light. The cord length is 10-12 feet long.
These antique lanterns are meant mainly for decoration, as they aren’t bright enough to illuminate a large area. If you’re looking to add a little ambience to your pergola, these lanterns are a great option for you.
They have a realistic looking candle that lights up and flickers like a real yellow flame, without disappearing with a gust of wind as a real candle would. It measures 3.5 x 3.5 x 5.5 inches.
It takes four to five hours to charge and works for six to nine hours. It automatically turns on at night and turns off during the day.
This beautiful light is ideal for someone looking for a subtle, soft light that reflects a beautiful, ancient style pattern. Made of iron with a brown finish, it gives off a rustic vibe.
The lighting itself is a warm white LED. This lantern automatically turns on at dusk and off at night, saving energy. The top can be taken off to place a candle, or you can use with the battery. Measurements are 5.5 x 5.5 x 10.6 inches.
The Innogear lights give off a cool, very bright light and are recommended for those who want to brighten up a very dark area, but do not want to use flood lights.
They can be adjusted down for less brightness. Even if placed in the shade, the lights will stay bright, come night time. The dimensions are 9.4 x 7.4 x 7.4 inches. These lights come in a pack of four.
Pros & Benefits:
Lasts between 6 and 8 hours
Can be stuck into the ground or screwed in to a wall
With five feet of lead and fifteen feet of wire, 30 bubble globes will give your pergola a cozy and dreamy vibe. Because it has a wider solar panel, it allows for faster charging, between six to eight hours, and high brightness.
Between the globes themselves, and the wire, they are stable enough to hang high and specially treated to prevent loss or falls.
If you’re looking for lighting for security purposes, these ComLed motion sensor lights are a great option. Most lights have 4 to 8 LED lights, these are equipped with 30 LED beans in each light to cover a wider area.
It features a PIR motion sensors that can detect movement of people up to 26 feet away. There are three modes: it is charged by day light and turns on at dusk, automatically detects when someone walks by, and dim/strong mode.
The strong light is activated when movement is detected and then dims when there is not any further movement. It can be mounted immediately through the hole for a screw and is ready to work as soon as it is taken out of the box. There are four lights including batteries.
These are an industrial vibe, with the small globes surrounded by metal cages. There are 20 white LEDs that shine bright at night. The solar panel is separate so the lights can be placed in the shade and still light up at night. The cord is 19 feet and the lighted length is about 13 feet. The dimensions are 177×1.5×2.5 inches.
These pretty, yet sturdy golden ball fairy lights are gorgeous to accent your pergola with. No extra plugs or wires are required, ensuring easy installation. The pattern around the globes create a chic, Moroccan style look.
These have a warm white color and have two modes- steady and flash. Thirty lights come on this string with a total length of 3.2 meters. The solar panel is a ground stake
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