|Item Weight||10.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 4.3 x 6.3 inches|
|Item model number||8301-9602-01|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||Halogen|
|Warranty Description||Limited one year warranty|
Malibu 8301-9602-01 20 Watt Flood Lights, Metal
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First, cut and discard the wire-piercing connectors, they are junk. Silicon-sealed splice connectors are the only way to go for direct burial. Ignore the Malibu instructions to daisy-chain the fixtures and learn about spider-splices, loop and tee connections to reduce voltage drop (lights dimmer towards the end of a run). Do not skimp on the transformer, it is the heart of your system and use no less than 12 gauge cable unless your run(s) are very short (25 feet or less).
This research could be dangerous to your wallet, though, as you may find yourself popping for a multi-tap, toroidal-core transformer, 10 gauge cable and a voltmeter! All in all, a decent light for the price if you replace the pierce-type connectors.
As someone who has used a wide variety of residential grade landscape lighting products, I guarentee that no matter how much you spend, nothing lasts forever - you WILL need parts down the road.
Pass on this company, save yourself some grief in the future. (Don't believe me? Try calling their customer service dept at 888-295-7348, but bring a snack...)
Also for fyi, I have NEVER done any electrical work and am not a do-it-yourself type of girl, but $240 vs $3000 motivated me enough! And setting up your own landscape lighting was much easier than I thought! Def encourage more people to try it out themselves!
Anyway, the lights are great with great great great output of light! They look so bright and beautiful shining up on our home, and best of all they match the other lights I already had!
Great choice :)
The only reason I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is the stake is composite/plastic (instead of aluminum). Hit the light with a lawn mower and the stake will break and you're left with no way to plant the light in the ground.
ps ... throw out the connector and use waterproof wire nuts. The connector might work with brand new wire but once the wire is in the elements for a while it will harden and the connects will work intermittently if at all.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got these to replace same types that were damaged by folks cutting my lawn!Published 1 month ago by alam
You buy this one, then throw out the watt hogger bulb and replace it with an LED bulb.Published 4 months ago by Tecneek
Item was received without the light bulb or bolt to join the stake to light fixture. These are pretty important elements of this device a it turns out. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chris Marziani