|Floating pool lights come in an assortment of styles and lighting sources - from solar to LED lights.|
Floating lights can set the mood for a great evening by the pool. You can use large swimming pool candles for a more quiet and relaxed feeling or use bright, multi-colored lights that change lights for a disco effect.
The three main thing to keep in mind are:
Size of Lights
Small lights look good in a hot tub or bird bath but not in a big swimming pool. Larger is usually better. The smaller the lights the
more you need for impact in a large area like a pool. The larger the
lights the bigger the impact. You can find these orbs range in size from 3" to 14".
Number of Lights
If you want to using floating lights for your pool, you can't just get 2-4 of them. It will look inadequate. A pool is just too big. You need LOTS of lights. If you don't want to do that then check out some other pool party light options.
Floating pool lights may drift and bunch together if the pool pump is on. So run your pump before the party and turn it off just before the guests arrive.
How to Power Them
Your two options are solar powered or battery powered. The solar balls can run up to 6 hours on a single charge. Battery powered ones are often rechargeable.
We love our solar floating pool lights. Keep them in direct sunlight and they automatically come on every evening. No batteries to charge or no switch to turn on or off make them easy and fun pool party lights.
The color changing orbs go from a soft red, blue, green and white. Made of soft vinyl, rather than hard plastic, simply inflate them them by blowing them up.
Use them to float in the water, play with them like a beach ball or use them as hanging solar lights.
Simply inflate the balls and use them either as floating pool decorations or use them for pool fun at night as fun light up beach balls.
Because these balls are inflatable they are easy to store and don't take up much room.
A weighted bottom keeps these floating pool lights upright and stable.
Be sure your floating or hanging solar lights get 6-8 hours of bright sun.
Choose between solar or rechargeable to light up this pool party light. With the included remote you can choose your color or lighting options.
This guy is 8" across, made of hard plastic and has a flat bottom so that it floats nicely in the pool.
If you prefer, you can stake the lighted sphere in the ground for fun pool party lights.LOFTEK Solar Floating Pool Light, 8-inch 16 RGB Colors Dimming Waterproof Outdoor Decorative Light with Remote Control, Solar or USB Cable
You can use these light up orbs as floating pool lights or place them along the pathway to your outdoor party. Two CR2 batteries are needed for each orb. Make sure that the battery cover is snug before placing them in the water, and to have them last longer, turn off when not in use. Do not leave them in the water when you are not using them as they may corrode. Turn your pool pump off so they don't clump together.Set Of 12 Light Up Orbs With Two 5-Packs Of Spare Replacement Batteries
While this solar pool light sits on top of the pool it provides a disco like lighting under the water.
It displays multicolored patterns of light for a party setting. There are 7 different light show options: lights flashing randomly, two speed flashing, lights fading from one to the next, random cycling through all shows, chasing lights, in a wave, and lights staying on continuously.
It will run 6-8 hours on a full charge. Of course it needs to sit out in the sun to get it charged. Press the on button and put it in the swimming pool. For larger pools it would be best to have two of them.
These lights work best in pools with a light colored bottom - whether it's vinyl or gunite. The light display is just not that visible in a pool with a dark liner.Solar Underwater Light Show for Swimming pools & hot tubs (DISCO Color Changing)
Addi floating pool lights to your pool decor or for pool party lights that will have your guests wanting to know where you got them.