I purchased 6 of the Nokero Solar Lights to attach to my Rv's awning on our last outing to Julian, Ca. They arrived two days before we left.
They seem to be well built. They are made of ABS plastic which is very durable. And the hang loops are sturdy steel. They have a three way switch, lo-off-hi.
I was going to put them out for two day's sun before trying them, but monsoon season is here and it was overcast/rainy on the second day.
When we got to Julian and set up camp the first thing I noticed was condensation in the bulb lenses. They were outside in intermittent rain. They are advertised as being "rainproof". I didn't have time to fidget with them so I just hung them up.
Two things I noticed right off, if you put them too close to each other under the awning they try to turn each other off due to the light sensor. The other thing is they don't put out a great deal of light. More ambient light than task light. But they did the job. Also being in a campground there was a lot of light pollution. Being 30 miles from the center of nowhere, I'm sure they would perform well.
The second day in Julian I set them out all day to charge up again and except for one unit they all worked well and lasted until we went to bed.
That was last weekend. I just now dug them out to look at them and wow! All but two were still lit. They were inside a box in a cabinet inside the RV all week! And one of the two was only dark because it is faulty.
I'm returning that one as they have a year warranty.
Not much of a review as I've only had them a week and only used them once.
Today I'm taking them apart to see if the condensation did any real damage then setting them back outside to charge them up some more.
(Not affiliated, just like the idea of solar power.)