|Item Weight||19.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.9 x 13.6 x 9.9 inches|
|Item model number||8308-9903-10|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Halogen|
|Warranty Description||Limited one year warranty|
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Malibu 8308-9903-10 Pro Light Set, 10-Piece
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Malibu's elegant and artistic line of walk lights provide the ultimate outdoor living experience for your home. This 10-piece set of wired lights will help you illuminate your driveway, pathway, garden beds, and more while providing safety and security. The durable die cast metal construction in aged bronze finish will withstand any weather. The lights have a clear glass lens that delivers unfiltered illumination, and they install easily into the ground with integrated stakes.
This kit includes the following:
- Six 10-watt pro style path lights
- Four 20-watt pro style spot lights
- One 150-watt transformer
- 75-feet of cable
- Installation instructions
8308-9903-10 Pro Light Set, 10-Piece
At a Glance
- Wired set of 10 lights to illuminate your home
- Aged brass finish
- Die cast metal construction
- Corrosion resistant
- Clear glass lens
Top Customer Reviews
Look great, very understated and upscale
Can't beat the price
Transformer weighs a ton and seems to be fairly sturdy, though I don't know it's up to the task of lights all the fixtures at once
Ground stakes are plastic and fragile
75' of 16 AWG cable is a tease for 10 light fixtures
Silly spike connections are bad idea poorly executed (these and the stakes prevent a 5-star rating)
Transformer (while quite sturdy) only puts out 11.7-11.8V at the unit (as opposed to 12V or even a bit more)
I read a lot of helpful reviews on here and wanted to help contribute my experience:
Make sure you plan everything out and lay out your wiring before doing any burying.
Do not daisy chain the lights (lay out a length of cable and attach lights every so many feet along the length).
This is a 12V AC system. That's right, it's not DC, so no, your multimeter isn't broken, just switch it to AC.
Be careful with the ground spikes, I was super careful and fortunately didn't have any issues, but I could easily see how they can break.
I bought 50 feet of 12 AWG wire to carry the current to the lights. So, I ran the 12AWG to the middle of the 6 lights and then created a "T" with the 16 AWG wire running 3 lights on each branch. That helps prevent the lights from getting dimmer as they go further out on the line (that's why you don't want to daisy-chain them).
I ran a second 12 AWG feeder and another "T" with 16 AWG to power two spot lights. Yes, you can fit two lines into the transformer.Read more ›
The 75 feet of cable really isn't enough to run all of these lights, so be prepared to buy more.
I've also been swapping out the halogen bulbs with LED bulbs which allows me to add quite a few more lights to this transformer. Just be sure to get the warm LED bulbs unless you're looking for that blue tint on your house.
They give out plenty of light to illuminate my walkway & they are about 3 feet apart. The 20 watt floods illuminate the base and under umbrella of the trees & one on the front of the house with a soft glow. The effect is really very good especially for the price. I priced these at the two big box home improvement stores, and Amazon beat them by over $50 + free shipping with Prime!
I am considering changing out the bulbs with LED as the halogen get really hot.Read more ›
As some have mentioned, the plastic spikes are cheap that go into the ground. Also be very careful screwing the plastic to the medal fixtures as you can easily strip it out. Very annoying.
Another annoyance is Malibu's constant use of the those cheap clip type connections to the main wire. These are terrible and will erode over time. My advise is to cut them all off and butt splice them to the main wire. This will be a much better splice and be environmentally sound.
My other negative is, the power supply is nearly to small for the set. It has a rating max of 150watts. With the included lights you are using 140watts! That is way to close to the max and will trip the circuit breaker on the unit. It also means you can not add any extra light or lights to the set. I plan to deal with it for now, but may end up buying a larger power supply.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had a problem with one of the lights and it was promptly taken care of!Published 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
The halogen bulbs included fail after just a few days. The lights themselves are nice looking but besides the poor quality of the halogen bulbs they illuminate very poorly.Published 29 days ago by EDGARDO Z.
These lights look great in my backyard garden area. Gives out more light than I expected. One of the spot lights is shining on the gate leading to our fenced in area for our dogs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sharon S1366
Decent kit. The spot lights are not the best IMO but functional.Published 2 months ago by Eric Tarasoff
Quality set. Recently sold my house and these lights stayed. I miss them already=(Published 2 months ago by R. Nadler
It's a nice set and less expensive than buying individual. My recommendation is to switch out the bulbs with LED; this will allow you to add more lights to the transformer. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer