Gold Flying Bald Eagle and Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light
Gold Flying Bald Eagle and Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light
Gold Flying Bald Eagle and Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light
Gold Flying Bald Eagle and Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light
Gold Flying Bald Eagle and Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light
Gold Flying Bald Eagle and Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light
Gold Flying Bald Eagle and Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light

Gold Flying Bald Eagle and Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light

Regular price
€157,95
Sale price
€157,95

Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light


The Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light is solar-powered, designed to mount on the top of your flagpole (up to 45ft.), and illuminate downward.  This solar powered light will charge with daylight and provides 1,500 lumens of LED light during dusk. The Ultra Bright Top Solar Flagpole Light includes (3) internal 1500 mAh batteries and a powerful 6v (6 cells) solar panel, which will fully charge on a sunny day and bank the solar power for a less sunny day. You will never have to replace the batteries which are constantly being recharged by solar power. This is an all in one solar powered unit. No wires, no maintenance. Set it and forget about it.

Flying Eagle Flagpole Topper

The Flying Eagle Flagpole Topper is over 10 inches tall and is handcrafted for a realistic appearance. Each eagle is made with high weather resistance resin and hand-painted, offering a unique work of art for your flagpole finial.

Multiple layers of a high gloss protectant make the flying eagle flagpole topper weather resistant from wind, rain, snow, and UV light.

All eagle flagpole toppers are shipped with a standard USA thread of 1/2" x 1.3 inches unless you request differently. The flagpole topper is also available in Metric sizes, M12 x .175 pitch, which is common in outdoor poles.

The bottom shaft is about 2 inches long allowing for the use of a solar flagpole top light.  All eagle flagpole toppers are designed to avoid interference with the sun's rays when charging the flagpole top light.