Open Thread: Belavi 4-Pack Solar Disc Lights

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When my family bought our home, we set about purchasing all the things we needed to tend to said home. Some of those things were not always cheap, such as a lawn mower and refrigerator. Other things were less expensive, like, say, hand towels and small wastebaskets for the bathrooms.

As much as we focused on necessities, we also focused on things that were less essential but still quite useful. A grill (which some people might consider a necessity) offered numerous cooking possibilities. Patio furniture gave us a place to sit on nice evenings. Inexpensive framed art helped fill the barren places on the walls.

In our front yard, one other early purchase proved worthwhile: solar lights. We knew we wanted a way to light our walkway to the door, but we also didn’t want to deal with wiring or batteries. Solar lights fit the bill, drawing power during the day and casting an ambient glow at night that kept us from straying into the mulch.

I couldn’t help but think back to that early purchase when I saw Aldi was selling solar lights as a limited buy.

What We Know:

Belavi 4-Pack Solar Disc Lights (Product Code: 708582) are an Aldi Find, which means you can only find them in stores for a short time. Once they’re sold out, you won’t be able to get them again until they come back, whenever that might be. If you can’t find any in your store, you’re likely out of luck for now. You can’t order these online from Aldi if they’re sold out at your local store.

At the time of this post, the 4-pack ran $14.99, or about $3.75 per light. This appears to be about middle-of-the-road as prices go on Amazon.

Belavi is an Aldi-exclusive house brand, which means you can’t find this brand anywhere else.

According to Aldi, the lights come in either matte black or stainless steel. The lights’ features include:

  • 8 warm white LEDs per light
  • 20 lumens
  • Up to 8 hours run time
  • Multi-purpose use in soil, grass, on concrete as low-profile path lights or mounted on fences, walls, or steps
  • Includes stakes for use in ground and mounting hardware for use on walls and fences
  • Solar-powered

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tried out these lights, so we couldn’t tell you how efficiently they charge, how bright they appear, or how durable they are. We’ve created this open thread so shoppers can share their experiences.

Have you used these solar lights? Let us know about it in the comments.

About Joshua

Joshua is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. He is also a writer and novelist. You can learn more about him at

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