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Dec 18, 2017
Awesome! For under $3, these can't be beat for walkway lights. They cast a nice, warm light, and ...
Awesome! For under $3, these can't be beat for walkway lights. They cast a nice, warm light, and more importantly, I like how they cast the light downward and not in your face like some of the lights that have clear plastic housings like a bulb. Bought 4, and 1 didn't work, but how can i complain at this price point???
These are the perfect answer to casting just enough light on a dark driveway without making it lo...
These are the perfect answer to casting just enough light on a dark driveway without making it look like an airport landing strip.
Ever since we've moved into our house, our friends have said we need to do something about the lighting on the driveway. It's dark, steep and has a slight curve so backing down it at night is a bit of a chore. When these went on sale a few weeks ago I ordered four. I installed them this weekend in about 90 minutes
The lights is plastic, but seems durable enough so long as no one drives over them. 1.2 watts of light is plenty to set and edge for people trying to back out of our driveway.
I did make one modification and opted to NOT use the supplied stake. Instead I purchased a four foot length of round rod and cut it into 12 inch sections. I sank about 7 inches into the ground and slid the light support over top of it. The wire inside the tube pressing against the rod before exiting at the bottom provides just enough tension to hold the light firm without it being a permanent installation.
I also discarded the included connectors and opted to use waterproof wirenuts to connect the light to the wire run coming from the transformer. Everything I've read points to a wet or weak connection being a primary cause of failure for most landscape lighting, not with the light itself.
Totally nice, I use a cut piece of sch 40 black PVC pipe to run the light's 3/4 inch plastic rod...
Totally nice, I use a cut piece of sch 40 black PVC pipe to run the light's 3/4 inch plastic rod assembly into, giving a strong assembly into the ground. I still put some silicon glue into the lamp base and first rod to ensure moisture is kept out as in any outdoor fixture. The lamp unit can be unscrewed, so I bought a few more to replace the LED module if one should have issues.
These are a nice quality plastic landscape light. I thought when I ordered these I'd be receiving...
These are a nice quality plastic landscape light. I thought when I ordered these I'd be receiving some China Hunan special cheap-o light. To my surprise when I picked them up from my local home depot they are actually made and branded by Westinghouse. The LED lights cast a nice warm glow and provide amble lighting to my front sidewalk and walkway to the back yard. The connector to the landscape wire is quite large but provided for an easy connection. Would recommend. I got these on sale for like $2.50 and feel it was definitely worth the price.
Worked great. I actually had lower hedges along the driveway to slide them under so didn't need the height. Was able to remove half the height by disassembling one of the extensions pipes. Worked like a charm, basically plug and play. Everyone in development is impressed with quality and can't believe I did on own with very limited budget. Great product!