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|by Jeff||Date Added: Sunday 31 March, 2013|
Nice Product, could be a little cheaper. The connection should be about a foot longer.
|by HotelManager||Date Added: Tuesday 12 March, 2013|
This is a nice light. Using them to outline my patio. They look great.
|by Chuckaluck||Date Added: Tuesday 01 January, 2013|
I have experienced an approximate 50% burnout rate with these LEDs....I have only six of the LED lights...something's wrong with this picture. I am now on my fourth Malibu transformer...each time buying a little bigger one because of nearby lightning strikes. My current transformer is rated for a maximum output of 120 watts and seems to withstand extranious ground currents better...at least it has lasted longer...maybe a year+ now.
|by LectricLarry||Date Added: Saturday 24 November, 2012|
The solid glass lens on this light fixture dispures light on the ground in a 360 degree pattern without any glare. At night all you see is the lighted ground around the fixture. I have used dozens of these to light pathways. The low wattage allows smaller wire & longer runnes with small transformers. The metal spike allows easy installation. This can be connected to a power cable in a minute or two.
|by njhpetite||Date Added: Tuesday 14 August, 2012|
Purchased 6 LED Bollard Path Lights and 2 LED spot lights both types of lights are Malibu brand. Lights are well made, easy to install and provide excellent light. Lights installed a month ago and so far no issues. Bollard lights were purchased to replace a similar style of traditional bulb lights we've had for several years that stopped working due to a lightning strike.
|by Hunter Wimmer "hlwimmer"||Date Added: Wednesday 30 May, 2012|
in the LED version, the light is placed a few inches up the shaft of the bollard -- this is an improvement as replacement LED MR11s used in the old (halogen) design would rust out at the pins.