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Solar Driveway Markers – never drive into your pond again


Now apparently, in some parts of the world, there’s this weird stuff that falls out of the sky. It’s like rain, but frozen and if enough of it falls you can’t see anything on the ground. I know it sounds crazy. In my neck of the woods, the only thing we have to worry about is knocking the spiders out of our boots.

Well, if any of it was true, then these Solar Driveway Markers would sure come in super handy. They’re 1 metre tall, stick into the ground, are recharged by the sun and blink red for 8 hours. That way when you come home and it’s dark and everything’s covered in snow you will know where or where not to park. And if you buy enough you could always set up your own night slalom course. They’re weather-proof, run on 12 volts and come in packs of 2.

  • Great for Lighting Up Driveways and Pathways in the Dark
  • Super Bright LEDS
  • Maintenance Free
  • Rechargeable Battery Included
  • Weather Resistant
  • Lasts up to 8 Hours on One Charge

Tags: gadget, solar+driveway+markers

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  • The main use of driveway markers where I grew (lightly populated) was to mark your driveway entrance off an unlit rural road (add trees and curves and definitely helpful).

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