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$2 Garden Solar Powered Light at Coles

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Found this Garden Solar Powered Light in few Coles Supermarket in Perth. Quick search found that this is the cheapest of such product in Australia. Ebay may sell them for $1 but ship from China/Hong Kong.

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  • a workmate bought some at wow for $3/each and was boasting about how cheap it was. It's still useless to me thou.

  • +1

    Cheap, nasty, unless, crap.

  • Imagine working in the factory where they make these…

  • +1

    I bought them many years ago for $2 too. Have to return all of them to Coles as none of them produce sufficient brightness to last a few hours into the night in summer.

  • +4

    $2 is the regular price for these. Where is the bargain?

  • Was at masters grabbing the free paint sample =), saw loads of this light at $2 too, bigger and alot more variety around the same price. No deal.

  • No deal.
    Bunnings had 20 for $20 recently.
    $2 is usual price

  • Also found at Bunnings, and Kmart (3 different colours and styles) for $2.
    They are great for kids rooms for night lights. They are decorative lighting more so then a functional lighting that would provide a sufficient night-time outdoor lighting.

  • I thought these were always $1-2 at Coles, Woolies, KMart, Bunnings etc.

  • +1

    Being a true OzBargainer, I will never buy something from Coles at the original advertised price. In the photo you can see the big $2 with the circle around it. I will wait til they are $1 or less and then it's a maybe. No deal - Regular price

  • http://www.masters.com.au/product/100486423/gardman-stainles...

    Normal Price at Masters too. They also have a colour changing Solar Lights at same price ( can't see it online though)

  • Bought same solar lights from Bunnings for $2 couple of weeks back.

  • Bummer of a first post mate. Don't worry, you'll find something good to post in time.

  • I bought a handful over the weekend from the nearby Bunnings for a dollar each.

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