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Light Things Up With Solar-Powered Sun Bricks

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I found these little gadgets while flipping through Digg. These bricks use solar panels to charge during daylight to generate up to 8 hours of power at night. The lights automatically turn on at night, so no need for any wiring. You’re supposed to just bury them in your path or wherever else you’d place [...] View the full article: Light Things Up With Solar-Powered Sun Bricks on The BiggerPockets Blog. This content is Copyright © 2017 BiggerPockets, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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    Patrick
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Those bricks are pretty cool. It’s nice to see that more and more products and turning to alternate, sustainable sources of energy. The price on those are a little high, but these types of products will probably start to go down in price.
    Patrick
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Those bricks are pretty cool. It’s nice to see that more and more products and turning to alternate, sustainable sources of energy. The price on those are a little high, but these types of products will probably start to go down in price. Reply Report comment
    Patrick
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Those bricks are pretty cool. It’s nice to see that more and more products and turning to alternate, sustainable sources of energy. The price on those are a little high, but these types of products will probably start to go down in price.
    Stuart Florida Luxury Homes
    Replied about 11 years ago
    Wow this can really ad value to a home if designed right, I have so many ideas already, the fact that it is self sustainable make’s it that much more attractive the, price is a litle hight but it’s well worth it my wife has to see this.
    Stuart Florida Luxury Homes
    Replied about 11 years ago
    Wow this can really ad value to a home if designed right, I have so many ideas already, the fact that it is self sustainable make’s it that much more attractive the, price is a litle hight but it’s well worth it my wife has to see this.