Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 21
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by RS87 Bad mounting , poor adjustability, cheap bulbs, require readjustment.
Problem 1: These use a standard mounting bracket, however the fixture doesn't allow 90-degree turning of the entire fixture relative to the bracket without grinding the bracket length down. Problem 2: There is very little adjustability when mounted vertically because there are travel stops and the lights cannot be tilted up without hitting the roof/whatever the fixture is mounted to (when mounted from hanging position) unless external junction box is used; meaning these lights are best for illumination downwards (driveway/walkway), not outwards (like illuminating a yard). They also cannot be leveled on the roll angle, so sit crooked. Problem 3: The bulbs are absolute junk. They burn out within several hours of usage. My thinking is either the included stock bulbs are junk, or the fixtures do not dissipate enough heat causing the bulbs to overheat and burn-up. Problem 4: The need constant readjustment back upwards because the lights are always falling down. You cannot put enough torque on the single Philips screw to keep these lights tight enough. Overall, these lights look very promising at first glance, but ultimate fail in every necessary way. Total disappointment. I read the reviews prior to buying and thought it must be user error...boy was I wrong! Do not make the same mistake I made.
May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 11111 Excellent Outdoor flood light
Easy installation, great value and I would definitely purchase again
August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by mouseman bulb eater
this thing EATS 150 w bulbs put a new one in and it might last turning on 4 times then good buy $4.00; always on the same side . I have a single one also that has never blown a bulb.
these were professionally installed.
June 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Steve Terrible
Not as bright as appeared in store. Bulb failed after 2 days.
March 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by kenny PURE JUNK !!!
These fixtures are absolute JUNK ! You will be lucky if they don't burn your house to the ground ! The fixture heats up and looses spring tension on the bulb causing it to arc and burn the bulbs out continuously. I have tried from the cheapest to the most expensive bulbs on the market and it makes no difference, problem is with the fixture. I have replaced bulbs and some won't last two days and some mayyyyy last a month. Every one of them is burned out now and I refuse to waste any more money buying bulbs. I have 4 of these fixtures on my house now, they will be coming down this weekend.
July 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Lori Great Fixture - Needs to be Brighter
Good value, good quality, lights shine a bit yellow which works great but I would have preferred them to shine a bit more white.
December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by CDD Plenty of light right where we need it
I like the product itself, but had some difficulty attaching it the preexisting light mount on the back patio. Screws weren't long enough. Gives plenty of light and since it's adjustable, I can aim both light where ever I need them at the time, whether directly at the pool or past the pool fence to check the rest of the yard. Not recommended as a light to keep on all night, extremely bright. Also comes in a motion activation (little more expensive), but I have dogs and horses so we went with the standard switch.
July 21, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by LSLLC A mediocre product at best
This fixture looks good but it is not really a quality product. Installation was not a problem but making pointing adjustments to the individual lights and sensor unit was difficult because the hardware used to lock them in place is low quality. The parts are plastic and can not be easily tightened to the point that they feel secure. I suspect that a heavy rain with any kind of wind will have me back adjusting them again. Also the fixture can not be adequately sealed to the mounting box from the weather as there is no rim gasket supplied and it does not fit a standard weatherproof electrical box screw patterns.
October 14, 2014