"looks good at first. If you are fitting to brick wall might not be so bad but i was fixing to uneven stone wall. Once you fit back plate to wall the main body of the lantern fits over it and secured by 2 small screws that only stick through by 2 to 3mm (on flat surface) so on stone wall no chance. Had to pack out back plate to get it to fit."
"Collection was a breeze (about 5 minutes) Extremely good value but be prepared to spend a lot of time fitting it as the screws are small and you have to be carefull not to lose any. The glass is 6 individual pieces with a screw and bracket holding each one. OK for the DIYer with plenty of time but not advised for the professional as the labour cost will work out more expensive"
"Bought 9 of these to install in France. Unfortunately they don't come with a person whose hands are small enough to manage the two 5mm nuts that fix the light to the backplate, whilst balancing on a ladder . I dropped several of these nuts and they are difficult to find (impossible in grass). Some of the screws had the slots filled with swarf and the ones that didn't stripped if they came under any pressure. Poor design , poor materials a generally shoddy product."
"Make no mistake, these fittings are awful. You get what you pay for at the end of the day. If you are a DIY'er putting up one fitting then fine, if you are a professional putting up numerous fittings then be prepared to spend hours longer on the job. From an installation point of view the design is awful. I dont know how these have an IP44 rating, water will ingress easily. As outdoor circuits in domestic dwellings require RCD protection these will trip RCD's when it rains. I have just installed five of them and i'm waiting for the phone to ring! They are very fiddly to install, you have to painfully install six pieces of glass on each fitting plus the screws to fix the top down are a complete joke. I have lost a fair amount of money installing these and will continue to lose money when they inevitably fail. You have been warned!!!!"