Professional Grade Solar Flag Light
Our new professional grade solar flag pole light is 2x brighter than any flag pole light we've seen! The new light also fits bigger poles: 1" - 4" diameter poles.
This new light offers more power and staying ability with a larger solar panel and higher output. The solar panel is a high performing poly crystalline, which provides charge ability even on overcast days.
The 12 high-output LED lights are rated for 20,000 - 40,000 hours of operation (10 - 15 years). This light will run 10-12 hours depending on conditions.
**Includes all mounting hardware and batteries.
- Model Number: SGG-S12-Flag
- Fits: 1" - 4" Diameter Poles
- Recommended for Poles Size: 17' to 21'
- LED Lights: 12
- Brightness: 120 Lumen
- Run Time: 10-12 Hours
- Lifespan: 40,000 Hours
- 1X Solar Panel
- 1X Light
- Mounting Hardware Included
- 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
- LED Lights: 3 years
- Solar Panel: 1 year
- Battery: 90 days
Frequently Asked QuestionsWill the professional solar flag light work on a telescoping flagpole?
Yes. Because they clamp to the pole itself, you will not have to bring the flag down as far as you would have to without the light. It will mount without a problem and we have sold to many satisfied customers who use telescoping flagpoles.
Does this product automatically turn on and off?
Yes, this light will come on automatically at dusk and turn off when the sun comes back up.
What are the dimensions of the solar panel?
8" x 7".
How close should the light be to the flag?
You need to hang the light within 5 to 10 feet of the flag.
Can I use this on a large commercial flagpole?
Yes, this is easy to do. The light attaches to the pole with stainless steel hose clamps. You can get extenders, or longer hose clamps as needed at any local hardware store.
How can I tell if the light is in the On or Off Position?
This light has an On/Off switch with a Line and a Circle. When the Line is depressed into the panel, it is in the On position. When the Circle is depressed into the panel, it is in the Off position. The light charges in the On position.