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July 1, 2006

Patio Umbrella LED Light


I don't know what it is about patio umbrellas this month but I'm a-twitter whenever I see yet another accessory to trick one out.

You will recall the mosquito net of June 3 and the strings of LED lights up under the umbrella itself on June 17; today's entry puts the light down at table level.

From the website:

    Umbrella Light Is Safer And More Reliable Than Candles

    Frosted alabaster dome lamp slips around the umbrella pole (at table level) to give you reliable lighting that won't flicker or go out with every breeze.

    Six LED lights offer just enough illumination to provide a warm glow for your dinner, but not so bright that it attracts flying insects.

    Uses three AA batteries (not included).

    9" diameter.



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