Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by peterwolfs Commercial Quality at an affordable price
This spot light compliments the other Red Dot Outdoor Domed Path Light also sold by Home Depot. Aluminum construction provides years of reliable service. I know, I put these in at my last house and they were still going strong after ten years of service. Requires some installation effort as these lights are "line voltage" not low voltage. The included PVC pipe attaches to the bottom of the fixture. You string direct burial 14/2 UFB cable between these lights. You will be rewarded however with a much brighter path light. This spot will accept the newer mini size CFL or the new R20 LED spot light bulb. Make sure these are attached to a GFI circuit for protection.
May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by anim Durable fixture but bulbs now hard to find
I had these installed about 7 years ago to light a sign and they have been durable. Recently the rubber gasket broke and I was able to get a replacement at the store. Currently I am having difficulty finding bulbs for this fixture. The R20 100 watt with 1000 lumens are no longer made. I have used a small halogen 75 watt and recently found the R20 100 watt online. So far I have not found an LED that works in an enclosed future.
October 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kURT GREAT OUTDOOR FIXTURE> I AM AN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR. THESE ARE THE BEST
I ma an electrical contractor and use many different fixtures. For trees up to 20 feet, these fixtures are perfect. I've had them installed at MY HOUSE for the past 7 years. I used a small spiral fluorescent bulb (Needs to be 4" or less in length). I have had the same bulb for 7 years in all 6 lights at our 7 front trees.
Last year, we had a huge flood in Florida. With 2 foot of water in our yard, these fixtures were a foot under water. That night while we were building temporary shelter for our horses, the timers came on and those lights lit under water for several hours before we noticed the light in the water from our security cameras. I went over and sure enough, all 6 were lit. And to this day, they are still lit, pointing straight up at the trees. GREAT FIXTURES Kurt...UNITED ELECTRICIANS, INC
March 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Anakerry Tried and true....Part 2
4 out of 5
We bought these same RedDot outdoor lights (I mean the exact same ones...) 15yrs. ago and they are still working. Of course over time they are somewhat faded and are in need of replacement, but probably could go another 10 years. They are well built and durable.
July 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BHHW Excellent product!
I researched many different 110V landscape fixtures and these were not only the best value, they are excellent quality. All hardware is rust proof (magnet tested all). Used LED bulbs in them but make sure the bulb you choose will fit. Anything longer than 4" will not fit. Compare these to other fixtures that are $40-$90 each and you will choose these. To insure longevity, I ran a bead of clear silicone around the outside glass lens edge to make sure no water enters (I have them aimed upwards).
November 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by propman best outdoor lights
I bought these lights in 2000, and have had them for over 13 years now. There was some digging required to bury the electrical wire and the lower post. Once I had them installed, I added a timer to have them come on at pre determined times.I will say that they beat the low voltage lights hands down. The only thing I had to replace outside of the light bulbs, was the dome on the path way lights ( Model K822BR). Over time the dome and the clear round shield that is attached to the dome melts causing the top to come off. I believe that the heat generated from the bulb ( 40 watt) inside of the dome, has little chance to escape causing this condition. I will point out that I have only had to replace three domes out of five over thirteen years. If you contact the company, they will send a replacement free of charge. I recommend these lights for the light they put out, appearance, and durabality.
November 13, 2013