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Absolutely horrible lights and sent a note to Touch of Eco sharing my dissatisfaction. They responded by saying they only guarantee their products for 90 days.

Clearly they are not willing to stand behind their products. Lights did not charge as promised and wires broke in multiple places less than six months after purchasing via Groupon. Groupon said I needed to contact the company and Touch of Eco said they only guarantee their lights for 90 days. I informed them this would be the last product purchased from them and I would post a review so that others do not experience the same frustration.

I will not purchase from Groupon either. Buyer beware.

Product or Service Mentioned: Touch Of Eco Lights.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $50.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

I didn't like: Poor quality.

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I have bought Groupon items and they were wonderful. Stop bashing Groupon.

Be a smart buyer. Don't by items them self if you can't physically hold them in your hand. Buy things like discounts to food places or attractions.

That way you know you are getting what you paid for. Like anything else when you buy anything over the internet it's buyer beware.

Greenbrier, Arkansas, United States #1346544

Have you forgotten that you get what you pay for? Just saying buying a item on groupon is almost like buying at a yard sale.

You're not going to get the newest item. Odds are that in your quest to be cheap, yes I said cheap, you ended up buying something that has sat in their inventory for a few years. It's " new" by definition but it's also old. Not newly manufactured.

Made a few years ago. But in your head you see it as buying a brand new recently made item. The reality is that groupon is more of a clearance outlet. A place where a business can unload that product and maybe make a buck.

It's not rocket surgery. It's business. As such, you know the true costs of solar lights and willingly chose to go through the Internet equivalent of a flea market.

I would suggest you just *** it and pay the real cost and do a bit of research. This way you are informed and have the chance to buy a quality item.

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