Combining a couple of reviews from another site here. I love these lights.
This is the 3rd year I’ve worked on my halloween display and one of the areas I really need to improve is lighting. (Been using a bunch of small strobe lights) I budgeted a bit for lighting this year. I’ve read tons of ideas and set ups but was intrigued when I came across the LE lights and decided to give them a try. You can get them in 10, 20, 30, 50 and a slightly different version in 100 watts. The housing for each of the lights gets larger as the wattage goes up. I ordered the 30 watt and 50 watt to compare. The 50 watt is about 25% or so larger than the 30 watt.
These LED flood lights appealed to me because they can change color, have different modes (flash, strobe, smooth, normal) seemed sturdy, can be dimmed and can have many uses.
Quick notes…. they say dimming, but are actually 3 settings…… high medium and low. The medium on the 50 watt seemed to be the same as the high on the 30 watt. Also the strobe, dimming etc….. only work on the lights high setting.
I compared the two outside tonight to figure out which I like better. The 30 watt is smaller and $20 cheaper. Both worked well and I think will fit my purpose nicely. But in the end I decided to suck it up and go with the 50 watts justifying the cost because of a 2 year warranty and I will be able to easily use them for multiple holidays.
Both lit up the props I put out nicely. Either would work but I like that I have the option to go slightly brighter with the 50 watts and dim down if I so choose. They are larger but nothing that could not be hidden by a well placed tombstone or other such prop. The colored lights made the props I put out look good and very creepy. I liked the green and red the best.
Only a preliminary view tonight, I hope to be able to add more after I get all the props up for halloween. Definitely something worth considering if you are looking for lighting options this year.
Final review unless someone has any questions. These lights worked great in my opinion. In the end I had 6 of the 50 watt and 3 of the 30 watt going in my display and it made the display pop at night. I got many compliments last night. I could change the color at will and even put a strobe effect on some displays that I wanted to draw the eye.
They are pricey compared to some other setups you can use, but I will be using them for multiple holidays and expect to get many years of use out them. They should make future years low stress as far as lighting goes.