Innotech Outdoor LED Solar Torch Lights Review

Innotech Outdoor LED Solar Torch Lights Review

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You’ll receive four each of the torches, 7” ground stakes, 12” poles, wall mounting brackets, right-angle elbows, wall-mounting hardware packs, and an instruction manual.
All pieces are made of plastic and the torch measures, 11.5” tall, 4-3/4” diameter at its widest, and the solar panel on top has a 3-3/4 diameter. On the front is a flame like pattern, with horizontal slats on the sides. The flame pattern is also on the back of the unit. The brand name is printed just below the lamp and there’s a single rubber weather-sealed power button at the neck of the torch.

When the unit is turned on, the LED light won’t illuminate unless the solar panel senses darkness. The light inside the lamp flickers upwards like a flame and casts a gentle orangey glow. There is only one brightness setting so the only modes are ‘on’ or ‘off.’ To assemble, place the torch onto the 12” extension pole. Then insert the stake into the bottom of the pole which can then be pushed into the ground. The overall height will be 2 feet. Or, to use the wall mount, attach the 90 degree elbow to the mount and then the torch with or without the extension rod. When assembled, this way, the height of the torch is 14” and it extends 4 inches from the wall.

I’ve installed the torches beside the steps leading down to my backyard, as it can be hard to see the steps in the dark. The lights need about 8 hours or sunlight to fully charge and can last all night on a single charge while automatically turning off when it’s light out. At night, the torch lamps cast a soft light to a 2-3 foot perimeter and you can see them reflecting off the handrail. As you can see, it rained right before I shot this footage and the torches are weather-proof and function fine after getting drenched. Though it’s hard to capture low-light on camera, the torches allow me to see the steps so I can safely navigate them and see my footing. While I wish there were taller options to replace the oil torches we put out for guests, I like that these don’t require any fuel, don’t put off any ash, and aren’t dangerous if we leave them out all night. They add a nice ambiance to the yard and provide just enough lighting for my needs.

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