@glarue Yes, and I bought 2 sets. They are quite nice really. Good quality and work very well. The lights are bright and the automatic timers/transformers work great. Very happy with the purchase. Saved a bundle.
A whole different (better) league than solar lights.
@kvs2000 Four lights put as much load on one power pack as it can safely handle. You might get five or six on there without blowing it up, but you’re not going to make all eight work on one. And the more you load one of these power packs, the sooner it fails.
Virtually all the ratings talk about the connectors breaking when attempting to crimp them on to the wire. Even the 5-star ratings speak of this problem. If I buy these, I will preemptively strip the insulation from the wire before attempting to crimp the connector on. I’ll wrap some insulating shrink tape around each and hit it with my blow dryer.
@joseph_gaschen Sure. As a matter of fact, I just used one transformer for an existing string of path lights with low wattage 12 Volt LED replacement bulbs (that you can get in the hardware store). Works great! You can also use with older 12V incandescent path light bulbs, just don’t exceed 45 watts with your total number of lights for each transformer. (i.e. add the watts of bulbs together and don’t exceed 45).