Bell & Howell Disk Lights REVIEW | The LawnMower Safe LED Outdoor Lights As Seen On TV

About Bell & Howell Disk Lights

They are portable, powerful, solar-powered LED outdoor lights that mount flat to the ground. The Bell & Howell Disk Lights infomercial claims they create a beautiful cascades of light. The Disk Lights require no wires at all and installation is easy. You just have to press the light in the ground.

How do Disk Lights work?
The Bell & Howell Disk Lights work on Solar Energy principle – where the Disk Lights absorb the sun’s energy during daytime and charge their batteries which then powers the Disk Lights in the night, if the claims made by the official website are to be believed – the Disk Lights give light all night for 10 hours!!!! The lights turn off automatically with the first sunlight. The Bell & Howell Disk Lights also have manual on-off switch.

Where can you put the Disk Lights
The Bell & Howell Disk Lights are great for garden, poolside, accent lighting, landscape lighting, driveway, staircases, walkway, garage, backyard, just about anywhere you need the light. You can even put them on hard surfaces (just remove the stake), or even hang them vertically with the hook and loop strips.

Bell & Howell Disk Lights Claims to be durable
The manufacturer claims the The Disk Lights to be durable as they are placed in a robust stainless steel housing. They also claim the Disk Lights to be lawnmower safe!!!

 

Bell & Howell Disk Lights Pros

Walter Ruiz writes that the LED lights lifetime reach up to 10,000 hours, the expected life is about 3 years.

Theodore Moreno says the Bell & Howell Disk Lights are waterproof.

Troy Stokes says the Bell & Howell Disk Lights survived 2 steady days of rain. They light sits on the ground, not in the ground so they are not in a puddle. They are not submersible by any means but are fine for rain and/or irrigation applications.

Rosie Gill states the rechargeable AA batteries work as a power storage that collects solar energy in day time and available to use at night. And they are replaceable when needed.

Jesus Schmidt says that white is much brighter, while both white and warm white increase a nice landscape.

 

Bell & Howell Disk Lights Cons

Gregory Hill complains that the individual LEDs are not replaceable so you have to buy a whole new light when one burns out.

Tanya Allen says that the Bell & Howell Disk Lights break very easily and the illumination is best for a very small garden.

Maurice Malone writes that although the Bell & Howell Disk Lights don’t need too much sunlight to charge, the light bulbs aren’t bright enough.

Elena Thompson states that the Bell & Howell Disk Lights cannot be screwed onto concrete because there are no holes for screws to go in and no screws for concrete.

Allan Graham complains that the Bell & Howell Disk Lights is cheap plastic stainless imitation and cheap clear plastic.

Tabitha Cook writes that the Bell & Howell Disk Lights is not water resistant.

Shane Townsend says that each Bell & Howell Disk Lights unit has four LEDs in it, but some of the LEDs stopped working within a few months.

Erika Bowen complains that the plastic covering the solar cells don’t appear to handle very hot temperatures under the sun for long. They became cloudy and slightly bent.

Tony Lindsey says the plastic spikes (stakes) that you drive into the ground are so weak that they will bend easily.

Ruth Copeland complains saying that the Bell & Howell Disk Lights are very dim for ground level lights.
Don Murray says the Bell & Howell Disk Lights are not that strong and the base is a bit large.

One Response to “Bell & Howell Disk Lights REVIEW | The LawnMower Safe LED Outdoor Lights As Seen On TV”

  1. Paula Shevon says:

    Good review

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