BEAU JARDIN Solar Lights Pathway Waterproof Outdoor Landscape Lighting

Last updated date: June 25, 2020

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BEAU JARDIN Solar Lights Pathway Waterproof Outdoor Landscape Lighting

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Overall Take

Skip the wires and go with this solar powered landscape lighting. The lights work great to illuminate a pathway and are extremely easy to install. All you have to do is press the bottom spikes down into the ground and you're good to go. In our analysis of 64 expert reviews, the BEAU JARDIN BEAU JARDIN Outdoor Landscape Lighting placed 2nd when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note June 25, 2020:
Checkout The Best Landscape Lighting for a detailed review of all the top landscape lightings.

Expert Summarized Score
9 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
2,282 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
Cool white light and pretty snowflake pattern on the ground
- Oak Hills Gardens
The lights have an auto sensor and the solar being automatic; it charges the battery throughout the day to provide ample illumination.
- Put Product Reviews
Each solar light will cover a space of around 4-feet, with the six-pack of lights covering around 100-square feet.
- Garden Beast
Another thing about this light is the ease of assembly and use. You can easily take it out of the box, assemble it, and then install it. It is a DIY installation light that uses no tool to get into place.
- Pool Cleaner Blog
Robust material adds waterproof and weather-resistant qualities.
- Sympathink
They’re rustproof and made of stainless steel and glass.
- Garden Helpful
Each light can be independently placed and moved, with no wires or cords connecting them.
- Magesolar
These pathway lights are wireless and equipped with an auto sensor. No turning them on or off.
- Solar Power Nerd
With the battery fully charged these will give you a cool white light for 8-12 hours.
- LED Light Guides
What experts didn't like
Stakes may be on the short side for some
- Oak Hills Gardens
Plastic stakes are a bit flimsy.
- Garden Beast
Although we agree they could have output more light, it’s hard not to be happy with this set that packs a wealth of unbeatable qualities at a great price.
- Sympathink
Glass in construction may break under extreme conditions
- Magesolar

From The Manufacturer

B&G Solar LED pathway Light is covered with a hexagonal lattice glass diamond-patterned lamp-shade for a fancy lighting effect on the ground. Adds a unique decorative charm to any landscape; ideal for garden,lawn, patio, yard, walkway and driveway. No worries about rain, snow, frost, or sleet.

An Overview On Landscape Lightings

When you spend so much of your time making your yard and lawn look beautiful, make sure to show off that hard work with the best landscape lighting. There are countless types of lights to use throughout the yard and it takes a little bit of research to discover what will work best. After taking stock of what types of bushes, trees and gardens you have around the lawn, find what lights you will need with this simple guide below.

Before deciding which light works best for your different landscape features, let’s look at the different types of lighting for the yard. The most common are garden, bullet, flood, wash, well and downlights. A garden light is typically 18 to 24 inches tall with a canopy light that reflects light downward. Wash lights are low-to-the-ground lights with big round faces that shine directly on an object. Bullet lights are also low to the ground but produce a narrow beam of light. For a discreet lighting option, a well light is one that sits in the ground and is usually covered with a durable setting to withstand weather. For inconspicuous lighting, a downlight is a small spigot-like light that features an angled opening for a long display of light. Downlights are often spiked into a tree or branches to illuminate any features below such as a pathway or bench. When lighting a large area, you’ll want a floodlight. These are typically used when a bright light is needed to cover a wide angle of 40 degrees or more such as the façade of a house.

There are a variety of landscape lights that will accentuate the different aspects of your yard in the best way. For trees, you will want to shine light on the trunk or features below the tree. To do this, you will have the best luck with a well, bullet or floodlight. These types of lights will throw a wide range of lighting for the large span of the tree limbs. In the garden beds, you’ll want the garden lights evenly spaced between plants to create separation between the different types. You’ll find some landscape lights are more ideal for garden beds with stake stands, as they provide a soft glow. To illuminate your house from the exterior, bullet or wash lights are best for highlighting small areas while floodlights are best for large areas.

When deciding whether to get LEDs, halogen or solar for your landscape lighting, you must weigh the pros and cons. LED lights can last roughly 40,000 hours or an equivalent of 20 years, while halogen lights last an average of two years. If you’re trying to keep your electric bill low, then solar is your best bet, but they aren’t as reliable, whereas LEDs are your reliable option with each light only using 1 to 11 watts. The LEDs use less power, need a smaller transformer and reduce maintenance. The only downside to using LEDs is the upfront cost. They are almost ten times the cost of halogen lights so you will not see your savings for quite a few years. For better value,  get a multi-pack such as the MEIKIEE 7W LED Landscape Lights. This set is great for facades, pathways, or trees and create a uniform look throughout your property while saving on your electric bill.

Make your exterior as beautiful as your interior with outstanding landscape lighting. Be creative and play around with different options to get the look you like. Find quality and value in sets and save yourself money and time when you look into the best landscape lighting available.

DWYM Fun Fact

  • LED is short for light-emitting diode and is a type of lighting that is fueled by a semiconductor that changes electricity to light.
  • Most lightbulbs get hot after a long period of use, whereas LEDs do not.
  • Traffic lights are made of LEDs as well as most parking lot lights.
  • No mercury is used in making LEDs, so they have less of an impact on our environment than incandescent light bulbs.
  • Nick Holonyak, Jr. invented the first visible-spectrum LED in 1962. It is estimated that by 2030, 75% of all lights sold will be LEDs.

The Landscape Lighting Buying Guide

  • If you need an upgraded receptacle for the transformer, hire an electrician to install it.
  • To determine the size transformer you’ll need, take the total watts used by the lights and multiply it by 1.25.
  • You can control your landscape lighting with timers, manual fobs or hardwired switches (which need to be installed by electrician).
  • When laying cables, it is mandatory to bury the cables a minimum of 6 inches deep. Plastic anchors will help to keep the cables below the surface and at an even 6 inches the entire length of the path.