Light up the night with this solar patio umbrella

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If you’re lucky enough to have a personal outdoor area to enjoy warm weather, check out this lighted umbrella for your patio table.  The ATLeisure 9′ Easy Light Touch Solar Umbrella with 44 LEDs will fit in the umbrella holder made into most patio tables, or you can use it without a table if you purchase a separate base.  It has all the features you’d want, like Crank & Tilt technology to open and adjust the umbrella to block the suns rays during the day.  With a diameter of 9 feet, it’s going to cast plenty of shade in the day, but at night, it has LEDs to light up the area.  There are 32 white LEDs in the umbrella’s ribs and another 12 in a center hub.  The ATLeisure umbrella comes with a solar collection panel on top to charge the included 1500mAh lithium-ion rechargeable battery that powers the lights.  “Easy Light Touch Solar Technology” controls the lights; one touch turns ribs on, second touch turns hub on, third touch turns both ribs and hub on together, so you can control the amount of lighting.

The ATLeisure 9′ Easy Light Touch Solar Umbrella with 44 LEDs comes in blue, green, or multi-colored stripes or crimson, mocha, pine, or terra-cotta solids.  It comes with a carry bag with strap.  It’s the Today’s Special Value from QVC for April 2, 2015, meaning it’s available for $99.90 until April 3, 2015 at 2:59 a.m. ET.  The optional ATLeisure Cement Market Umbrella Base, so you can use it without a patio table, is available for $31.40 from QVC.

2 thoughts on “Light up the night with this solar patio umbrella”

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  2. i am undergraduate in mechanical engineering. so can i know about this technology??? what are the sola panels, LED lights, capacity of the battery??/

  3. Carol Philippi

    Can I purchase the solar Umbrella panel(charger) I already have the umbrella. It’s 4-prong. Let me know.

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