Use up to 60 watt bulbs (sold separately) to add illumination plus decoration to your patio awning. 110-volt with coiled cord and 20’ straight extension with polarized plug. Works best with clear bulbs. 30' black cord.
These fit really nice on our 16' awning. We put 25W bulbs in them and it gives off more than enough light for our awning area. The... etching on the globes make the lights look like glass and gives it a rich look to them.
I've used these lights for 3 years now and no complaints. The cord is heavy duty, but still stretches full length of my awning wit...hout bundling up and cord is long enough to reach my outside outlet. Recently added a volume control which I highly recommend to dim the lights and the red/white/blue globes for those patriotic holidays. I have a 26 foot travel trailer with 2 slide outs.
We've tried other awning lights and those didn't last long. We have had our lights for several years now and use 40 wat...t bulbs. I've also read in a post somewhere to get a light slider that plugs in between the light cord and power. Then you can make your lights bright or low (in case there are a lot of bugs). I moved my last light away from the tilted awning end, so rain water does not try to enter around where the globe screws on. We have the white body with bronze globes and we keep them in a plastic tub. It keeps them clean and ready for the next camping trip.
Pros: Good light, Fits existing awning track, Nice lights , It was the right length
Bulbs are sold separately. Incandescent bulbs were used in the product images. LED variations, like used in a residential home, can be used in these globes and can be found in most big box stores.
by Camping World – February 19, 2016
Do they come with the clips to hook the lights to the awning?
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