Product Review: Smart Solar 84021-WLS1 Biltmore Star Lantern

The Biltmore Star Lantern is one of the newest lanterns to Smart Solar’s line of stylish battery-powered lanterns. It’s an eye-catching lantern that’s sure to impress with its stunning star design. Read the review below to find out how the Biltmore Lantern works, what its most notable features are, and who should buy it.

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How It Works

The Biltmore Star Lantern is a battery-powered lantern that requires 3 AAA batteries. Simply insert the batteries and flip on the switch! Watch as the 12 warm, white LED lights create a star effect inside the lantern.

Notable Features

Don’t let the picture fool you! The Biltmore is a large lantern that measures 16” high x 9” long x 8” wide. Lit or unlit, this attractive lantern is sure to make a statement with its 6 frosted glass window panes. The window panes are weather-resistant, allowing you to use this lantern inside or outside, or both – you choose!

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Set this lantern on your favorite table or hang from the integrated metal loop. You’ll like that you can customize the timer on this lantern, setting it to automatically turn on at the same time every day and stay on for 6 hours. No worrying about forgetting to turn it off – set it and forget it!

Who Should Buy It

If you’re looking for a stylish lantern that can be used indoors or out, then you’re sure to enjoy the Biltmore Star Lantern. At just $27.99, the price is right for this popular new lantern. Also makes a great gift for birthdays, weddings, and other special occasions!

Available now at Klockit.com:
www.klockit.com/products/sku-82663.html

Written By: Rachel Hicks

Rachel is part of the Klockit committee responsible for finding and researching new products. She has helped review many items in order to understand what makes a great product for all of our Klockit customers.

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7 thoughts on “Product Review: Smart Solar 84021-WLS1 Biltmore Star Lantern

  1. Frank Nesta April 19, 2016 / 11:38 am

    Since the lamp is not solar rechargeable, how long do the batteries last?

    • Klockit April 19, 2016 / 1:40 pm

      Hi Frank, it depends on your usage. This lantern features a timer option where the lantern will stay lit for 6 hours at a time and then automatically shut off. Or you can manually turn the lantern on and off at your own will.

      • Frank Nesta April 19, 2016 / 11:07 pm

        Thank you for your reply. Let’s just say I use it for 6 hours everyday.

  2. Klockit April 20, 2016 / 5:27 pm

    Hi Frank, it will also depend on the brand of batteries you plan to use. We estimate 6-12 months, but are unable to tell you exactly how long they will last on the timer mode.

    • Frank Nesta April 20, 2016 / 6:02 pm

      Thanks again for your reply. That is what I was looking for.

  3. John McNamara June 11, 2016 / 4:24 pm

    How do I get inside this lantern to change the batteries?

    • Klockit June 15, 2016 / 4:30 pm

      Hi John, there is a battery terminal on the bottom. A screw needs to be removed to pop the battery cover off to gain access. Once removed the battery can be removed and replaced.

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