Rated 1.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Sly Not a good product , the whole thing is to be assembled and it is very flimsy, not a strong product. First ,they come with 3 - L shape rods that go in concrete not to an existant pole like they say . There is 3 piece that you screw together with wiring inside that make it very impossible to get them very tight, wiring gets tangled and don't always stay together so you have to take everything apart again and again. The whole product looks like it should go inside and not outside because it is not a solid product. I don't recommend it.
October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jason Out door light
It's a great outdoor light. Easyto put togetherlooksgreat and nice and solid.
August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Hollywood Looked nice in photo, but not put together well at all
After 3rd shipment, just ordered different product
May 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by RonMacD Very Poor Workmanship
Do not purchase this item; it is poorly made and lasted less than 2 weeks. The parts fit together poorly; two of the 3 lights were lopsided. One arm was bolted into the pole in an area that was only 1/32 inch thick; the opposite arm was fitted into a reinforced area. The unreinforced arm broke away in a wind storm. Home Depot replaced the broken items by cannibalizing another lamp post; however, when I got home the glass in one of the globes was cracked. The reason the glass was broken -- it was poorly fitted and forced into the unit. The part of the pole that was replaced does not fit into the original pole properly. The lamp no longer runs perpendicular to my driveway. I will probably have to secure it with a self-tapping screw so it will align with my driveway. I would have replaced the entire lamp post with a better quality unit, but the j-bolts were installed when the concrete base was poured. I didn't want to cut them away and risk trying to fit another unit. I just spend nearly $10,000 having my front lawn landscaped, I’m really upset. This was the only poor quality item of the entire project.
June 9, 2013