"Well what can I say exept they do exactly as decribed in the label. They are light very stylish and give of a very good ambient bright Light. The also look very proffesional and I would have no problem recomending them to amyone."
"These lights give a really nice glow to our kitchen, we have sparkly laminate and these lights make a rainbow effect on the laminate because of the sparkly bits...it looks fab. They do get quite hot, but this is not a problem so long as you dont intend to touch them. Really easy to fit and highly recommended."
"Thia is a nice piece of kit seems to be well made and fairly easy to fit and at a good price, my only concern is that if the've been on for a while they do run very hot, in fact too hot to touch the chrome sides other than that I'd recommend them."
"I bought 2 of these packs (and 3 additional transformers) as I needed 4 undercabinet lights and 2 downlights from a bridging piece. They come pre -wired with a fairly long lead so I had to cut this back under the cabinets but this is not really practical with the transformer supplied as it has a plug in connector block . Five of the six lights worked ok but the connector for the bulb on 1 light hadn't been secured properly and fell out when I investigated why it didn't work. Screwfix exchanged this as usual without any problem. I would advise you to buy individual lights and transformers if you want to put these under cabinets to avoid having to find a home for the connector block and the excess cable."
"A very poor bulb connector system results in overheating of the contacts and, inevitably, lots of frustration. Halogen lamps get very, very, very hot. Halo 'engineers' seem to have over-looked this fact. I spent far too much time 'tweaking' the bulbs and wasted cash on replacing bulbs. I tried leaving the glass cover off to reduce the heat. Eventually, I decided it was not worth the 'hassle' and bought a replacement set of three. Transformer and wiring surplus of course. Again, a wasted outlay since the problem is inherent in the contacts. Cheap is cheap and the Halo 'technicians' should be ashamed of this product.
If anyone knows of a suitable replacement cabinet light fixing which does not have the contact problem of the Halo product, please let me know. If I could continue to use the existing transformer (12v) and wiring it would be a even better solution
"When first installed they looked great, lovely bright light. Problem is they're very hot and heat up the cabinets. Also the bulb connections aren't great so you think a bulb has blown when it hasn't. Six months later and only half work, reckon I'll have to replace the lot."