Solar Spotlight and PanelA Solar-Spotlight uses LED or halogen (incandescent) bulbs to focus an intense beam of light on trees, statues and entryways to emphasize their beauty and detail. These same lights can offer a sense of safety and security.
Whether to choose an LED or an incandescent light fixture is really an aesthetic choice not an actual problem.
A greater concern though would be colour temperature or put another way, the amount of red or blue tint present in the light source.
Colour temperature is measured in degrees Kelvin, not Fahrenheit or Celsius
Example, you may accidentally mix lights with high colour temperature (more blue), say 5000 degrees Kelvin with lights of low colour temperature light (more red) at 3000 degrees Kelvin.
Viewed individually, you might not really see the difference, but the difference will be noticeable in a side by side comparison in the shop and very noticeable in the garden.
Its a sad shame that some manufacturers do not post the colour temperature on their packaging, choosing instead less accurate although poetic expressions such as warm white and cool white and natural white (whatever that really means).
Look for lights in the 3500 to 4000 Kelvin range and visit the section on colour temperature for even more information.
World's Smallest SpotlightAlso, if you think that you would prefer LED lights, keep an eye out for light fixtures with several LED bulbs rather than just one
Solar Security Spot Light
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Solar Powered Spotlight & Motion Detector
LED powered lights also fill a secuirty role. this is an especially good idea for locations where you will have limited access or that you do not expect to visit very often.