Ok, I kinda warmed up to them..........
LOL Their not so bad. The little coleman, because of being battery
operated worked Fab! On our 5 day boondocking
trip. Thankfully we had them. cause it was dark up there at 9000 feet. Upon arriving to our destination a friend we were camping with gave me a gift of solar
( stars )............ Because your suppose to charge up the solar
for 48 hours the first time, and the fact that we had storms roll in everyday it was a few days before the stars worked properly. But of the 40 people on this camping trip the ones who were camped on our end of the mountain called my tacky lights
, beacon's of safety when running for safety during the horrible thunderstorms that we endured each afternoon/evening. So I guess there is a place for them..................
May I also suggest solar
yard lights. I bought a box of 6 and put them out in the sun to charge for a couple of day's before leaving on our trip. They worked great!