Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 62
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jeddh Works like a charm
I admit this was an impulse purchase, but an excellent one. Helps with broken neck avoidance for changing light bulbs in my stairwell.
August 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dgmtexas Do not use this for recessed flood lights, you will break light off in socket. This is only good for extended floodlights,
This kit is missing a suction cup, and only uses the wire wrap around, which is ok for exterior lights,
September 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Flash Nice idea; poor design and quality
I purchased this thinking it would be good for changing my flood light bulbs up high on the ceiling. Only problem was the spring loaded gripper pulls the entire bulb and trim out of the ceiling after you have the new bulb installed. So I went to the suction cup instead. Problem with that is the set screw that is supposed to hold the piece onto your pole striped without hardly any tightening at all. So the suction cup was worthless. Just needs a better design altogether. Luckily I tried this on a bulb I could easily reach first.
July 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by jc2000 Seriously! How does Home Depot continue to sell this? Worthless Junk
Where do I begin?
First off Home Depot should seriously drop this line. Cheaply made junk that doesn't work and will just aggravate you.
First this is designed to screw onto the end of any pole you may already have like a paint roller extender pole or even a mop pole. Because it screws onto the end and to remove a bulb you essentially uncrew it, it comes with a small tightening screw to supposedly keep it from unscrewing itself from your pole while you unscrew the bulb.
Maybe it was just mine, but the tightening screw was just a tad too small for the predrilled hole so it mostly just slipped and was stripped, preventing it from truly tightening against the pole. Thus before I ever even got close to getting the bulb out, this tool would fall off the end of the pole having totally unscrewed itself.
2nd, the larger attachment is essentially some cheap springs that are designed to expand around a flood light and then contract once on their but they are so flimsy they don't grip the bulb very well. What they really need is something akin to my kid's grabber claw but with a longer pole where I can control the grip tightness. Seriously that would be easy to design.
I tried 2 different poles and both attachments and all it did was make me mad; no light bulbs changed whatsoever.
Returning momentarily but not without hopefully convincing someone else to NOT buy this or any of this company's products.
May 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happyhomeowner great product
We have a high cathedral ceiling (at least 16 feet) and I was able to change the light bulbs in the recessed lights in the ceiling using this product. It is a lot better than climbing a ladder to change bulbs especially when heights are a problem.
April 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by triswimrob Still with a burned out light bulb
The light bulb replacement never took hold of the lightbulb then when it did, it almost took out the entire casing. The suction adapter never worked either. Waste of time and money; and now I have to possibly replace the entire casing.
March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DCremodels Great Product
This was a great purchase, the accessories made all the difference. You can use it with different size bulbs and fixtures. The suction cup work perfect as well.
March 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Apocalypse highly not recommended
first, it is not 2 pack, it is just one package with two heads(sucking and claw). sucking head never can be used to stick the bulb, at least I didn't stick to the installed flood light with enough force. claw head secure screw just failed at first beginning. without it, you're unable to unscrew the installed bulb out since the head will unscrew from the pod first. I have to use tape to make it stay on the pod. and my recess light fixture almost fall out when I pull the lights out with claw, and the flood light bulb even failed to secure correctly the first time. You never know if the bulb will fall after your installation since you have to pull the claw out...
November 5, 2015