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Green 7" High Three Tier Landscape Light

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This die-cast aluminum landscape light is great to brighten walkways, paths or gardens.

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Green 7" High Three Tier Landscape Light
Green 7&quot; High Three Tier Landscape Light in scene
Green 7&quot; High Three Tier Landscape Light
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Create the perfect light for your garden or pathway with this three tier landscape light. Features a green finish. Works with existing low voltage landscape lighting systems.

  • 7" tall x 6" wide.
  • Takes one 20 watt bulb (included).
  • Green finish landscape light.
  • Die-cast aluminum construction.
  • For uses with low voltage landscape lighting systems.

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can this be plugged into an extension cord for a regular outlet?
Joe M on Jun 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This was not designed to plug-in. But, I have added another possible option below you may like which does.
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Is this a 12 volt or a 24 volt light?
A shopper on Jan 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The light is 12V AC.
Can these landscape lamps use LED bulbs?
Kathy F on Jul 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can use this lamp with LED bulbs.
Are these low voltage lights?
Dan M on Jun 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes
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Subtle lighting
Looks nice among the plants along a pathway

Pros: Attractive Design, Area Of Illumination, Blends in with plants, Easy To Change Bulb

Cons: Patina dull from sun

Best Uses: Gardens, Back Yard, Walkway
October 17, 2007
Good value
A handyman install them in my backyard. I had to replace similar lamps that had rusted to the point that I wasn't able to open them to change the light bulbs. Before these were installed, I disassembled and sprayed them with WD40 before screwing together again in the hopes that I'll be able to change the bulbs whenever necessary.

Pros: Attractive Design, Area Of Illumination

Best Uses: Gardens, Back Yard, Front Yard
May 12, 2008
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