FVTLED Solar Laser Light Projector Review
This light comes with a power cord if you want to plug it in or if it's not getting enough sun. It also comes with two methods of installation - a flat base that can be screwed into or otherwise connected to a flat surface, and a ground stake if you have a yard. There are pivot points above the stake connector and one on the solar panel so you can angle it toward the sunlight.
There are no settings to speak of, which is the only complaint I might have about this light. You click the button on and it turns on when it's dark then charges during the day. It's not incredibly bright, which is probably good as it's shining toward our windows. I'm looking forward to actually having a light display this Christmas season.