Cowboy Night Light Steer Head
The Cowboy Night Light is a lighted, life-size (or close to it) steer head that is powered by solar power and a rechargeable battery.
With a horn spread of approximate 24 inches, and a height of about 15.5 inches, this steer head light is not to be confused with those small, indoor night lights! This charming beast is meant to be displayed outside mounted on a stake in the ground, or hung on the side of a barn or shed.
Below: The Cowboy Night Light mounted on a barn.
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About The Cowboy Night Light
The Cowboy Night Light is an outdoor night light in the shape of a steer head. The following information is provided by its maker, High Country Plastics:
- The Cowboy Night Light runs off of solar power and a rechargeable battery.
- It is illuminated by a powerful 18 Luma, LED (light-emitting diode) light.
- When fully charged, it can provide light for up to eight hours.
- It can be mounted in the ground with a stake (provided) or fastened to a wall with mounting brackets (provided).
- The head is made of durable, translucent Polyethylene plastic to endure life outside in the elements.
- The battery can be replaced, if needed, by removing two screws, pulling the solar panel off, and changing out the old battery for a new one.
- The Cowboy Night Light comes with an instruction sheet with information on the recommended placement for optimal lighting results.
- Horn spread: 24 inches
- Height: 15.5 inches
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