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Home Depot Hampton Bay Solar Black Outdoor Integrated LED 3000K 6-Lumens Landscape Pathway Light (6-Pack) $12 (regular $18) in store only 4-20-18 only

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Another option:

Solar Bronze Outdoor Integrated LED 3000K 6-Lumens Landscape Pathway Light (6-Pack)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Hampt.../301712063
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Another option:

Solar Bronze Outdoor Integrated LED 3000K 6-Lumens Landscape Pathway Light (6-Pack)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Hampt.../301712063
Thanks Jack. I will include it.
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Are these any good?
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Just an FYI, if you are looking for anything else.

Yesterday, I saw a few shelves filled with low voltage path lights on clearance. Seemed to be around 75% off. The lights seemed to be an add on to a system, and did not include the power source, so I didn't pick any up.
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Saw both options in my local Home Depot for $12 last week. Didn't pick any up because I couldn't find too many reviews on them. I've had really bad luck with the Smart Home solar path lights from Costco as well as many solar lights from China. I think the only one I have that's still functioning is one that I purchased from Target 7 years ago, although I needed to replace the battery 3 years ago. Still the most functional solar pathlight I've tried thus far. Will probably grab both of these sets to see if they work well since Home Depot has a 90 day return policy.
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Steel material with a glass shield is the only way to go. The plastic ones last about a year before they need to be replaced from sun damage.
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Just an FYI, if you are looking for anything else.

Yesterday, I saw a few shelves filled with low voltage path lights on clearance. Seemed to be around 75% off. The lights seemed to be an add on to a system, and did not include the power source, so I didn't pick any up.
Path lights should come with solar panel built-in as main power source, with auto darkness detection.
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These lights are horrible expect them to last only a year
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But these are "waterproof" plastic, that's better than metal and glass.
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These lights are horrible expect them to last only a year
Agree. If these are the plastic lights, they don't last long at all
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These lights should cost $0.50 a piece.
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Path lights should come with solar panel built-in as main power source, with auto darkness detection.

The ones I saw had a wire coming out the bottom of the pole to connect to a low voltage line. These were not solar powered, and are different than what this SD post is for. Again, this was an FYI if you want to scope out your home depot for a different clearance path light.
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I've actually used the Hampton Bay cheap versions for over 3 years - still using the same ones. They all work well and keep working with all the changing weather conditions (Chicago area) and sitting in the sun the better portion of the day. The only problem I have had is accidentally running into them and breaking the spike off - but I am guessing that would be a problem with any version of these.
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Just to manage expectations...these put out 6 lumens.
Find a dark place at HD, or deep in a shelf, cover the sensor and see the light it puts out.
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