If you like solar lamps for your garden or terrace but you're wary of the power of lighting that they usually give, this article is for you.
In places with many hours of sunshine such as Andalusia or the south of Spain we have the opportunity to take advantage of a clean and ecological source of energy such as sunlight. Nowadays its uses are becoming increasingly wide and varied: water heating, electricity, irrigation, transport... and, of course, indoor and outdoor illumination.
OKINAWA outdoor lamps not only harness the sun's energy, but they will also give you that natural touch that every terrace or garden needs. Read on to find out why OKINAWA garden lamps are making a big splash this season.
Floor lamp and portable lantern.
No wires needed.
What if there is no sun?
Don't worry if there are a couple of cloudy days in a row, at PATIO we have thought of everything. OKINAWA lamps can be recharged with any cable that has a USB 3.0 input (like most mobile devices). This way, you will always have light at any time and under any circumstances.
Where does the name "Okinawa" come from?
Many Okinawans practice Ikigai, a tool that helps them to actively seek a purpose in life in order to be happier and clear in their decisions.
Experts claim that this keeps older people busy and active, which can extend life by up to 7 years.
PATIO top garden furniture in Marbella / Estepona.
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