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Customer reviewsGood purchase, great for atmosphere
For 12 I was nervous my light wouldn't work but I was so happy that it did. I tested it several times to see if it would remain that way and thus far my experience with it has been positive. It works indoors and outdoors, though I wouldn't leave it out in the rain. It shines brightest with as little light interference as possible. Some light however will not over power it unless you are in absolute sunlight. The swirling red and yellow light is a lovely combination and very striking in the dark. The motor was pleasantly quiet so it's perfect to have in or out of sight. If you are looking for a concentrated Fire Ice look, I recommend holding the light closest to where you want it to shine. If you are looking for a softer effect then scaling it back will provide you with a swirling look. I was also very happy to find that a single light can light up a decent width of wall. When pointed out, say, towards an open area with bushes and tress around, the area will be decently lit. Because it's not pointed towards a flat surface or closely concentrated on something, the light will be spread a little more. My light came with it's stake and operation of it was extremely simple: plug in and go. There are no buttons or timers on it so for those who don't want to deal with anything more complicated than plugging it in, then this light if perfect. I can see that it's not necessarily made to be fixed but rather to be replaced, so that is a down side if you were planning to keep your light around for as long as possible. Over all I really like my Fire Ice spotlight and look forward to using it whenever I can. I have already purchased another one and look forward to testing that one out as well.