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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful.
Just like Disney's Frozen Cinderella's Palace - Okay not really but the kids love it.
By Paddling Upstream
These look amazing. Okay so after spending after Thanksgiving in Disney, I felt compelled to make our house look like the Frozen Cinderella palace. I'm a long way away but it's a start and the kids love it. I'll add more icicle lights next year.
I used 4 of these lights to make the house blue, green, pink or one of the other 16 colors. Very simple way to brighten your house and add holiday cheer!
On a side note, my dogs also loved it because a lot of cars stopped to take pictures, which gave them something to bark at.
1. Bright - at least as expected or better. It does have a dimmer that you can control with the remote.
2. Easy to install. I screwed them to a 1x6 in board and then just placed them on the ground. They have a standard plug so nothing custom there.
3. So far durable. Several rain and snow storms and they are still running great. Some tipped over and one even fell off a 2.5 ft stone ledge. One came with the glass cracked but Amazon is great about returns.
4. When I plug them in it remembers the color that I used. So I only used the remote when I wanted to change color.
1. Remote is ok but you have to be a few feet directly in front of the unit to use. I read about this before I bought so no false hopes on my part. I saw others that used a different type of remote but the ones I found didn't have a standard cord.
2. Because of the remote's short range I wasn't able to use the color change feature. You have to coordinate it if you want all of the lights to be on the same color at the same time. I tired to position the kids so that we all hit the color change button at the same time but the kids didn't cooperate and I gave up.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful.
Nice and bright LED color changing floodlight
By D. Wylie
[[VIDEOID:5501ffd75064b20a82cacb7469836793]]I looked at reviews for several lights and they all seemed to be about the same. There were no reviews for these LE 50watts but since it was a prime product returning it wouldn't be to bad so I decided to give it a try.
It's a good overall size, about what I expected and came with a US plug installed on the cord so you can just plug it in.
After pulling the plastic tab on the remote to activate the battery I plugged it in. Now first this Is a 50watt equivalent light and not a 50watt LED, about what I expected and brighter then what reviews on the similar LED floods led me to believe. The darker colors of course are not as bright but the yellows and whites are nice and bright. See the video & photos.
Another item to note is the remote was obviously never designed for long range use and probably not for everyday use to turn these on/off. You need to be fairly close and aimed directly at the light but for my use I set the color mode and never intended to use the remote again. I have these on a remote light switch to turn them on/off. They always return to their last setting which for me was cycling through all the colors.
These lights are plenty bright for color washing your house for the holidays or for most yard displays. They are again not the off road truck led brightness, if your expecting the brightness you see in those type of lights just know these are not that type of LED but again I found these plenty bright and more than sufficient for my application. Actually have gotten several comments from the neighbors how they like the look and brightness of these lights.
So far they have been running a week and went through 2 rainy days and are functioning great. I haven't seen any of the fogging on the glass that others reported in reviews of other brands of LED floods.
These have proven to be an excellent purchase and edition to our holiday lights and I would recommend these to anyone and would purchase these again myself.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful. See all 76 customer reviews...
By Amazon Customer
It was not as bright as I expected. So I hooked it up to a voltage meter and found this only drew between 14 and 20 watts. It's not a 50 watt system.