Spotlights – 120 Volt Outdoor Spotlights for Sale

There are loads of outdoor spotlights on the market today but when it comes to traditional, wired 120v spotlights the choice is not so great. To help in your search I have selected a few below – all mains voltage. I always try to recommend lights that I have used personally and if not I will say so. Remember that mains voltage garden lighting tends to be quite expensive and should be fitted by someone qualified – adding further expense. They are however great quality and made to last – used sparingly they are a great addition to any landscape lighting design.

Have a look to see if these garden spotlights will do your job.


Hinkley Spotlights – 55000BZ Large Spotlight

Over the years I have used several different garden spotlights by Hinkley – and have been very happy with them. Not the cheapest outdoor spotlights on the market but they are top quality and never give any problems. This model featured is one of the larger spotlights from their range but you will find smaller and less powerful lights in their range. This one is perfect for use as an up-lighter in a large tree or shrub where you want some power to light up the subject to the max.

The Hinkley Lighting 55000BZ is a Accent Light Light Fixture in the Bronze Finish with Convex Clear Tempered, Shock & Heat Resistant Glass Lens.


Sea Gull Outdoor Spotlights

This 120 volt spotlight made by Sea Gull lighting is a smaller light and less powerful at 50 watt max. Sometimes you do not want a searingly bright spotlight and this is both neat and attractive looking and delivers a less intense light effect. Garden lights from Sea Gull are good quality and a little cheaper than the Hinkley range.

Landscape Lighting Spot/Accent Light – Chestnut and black available – 50watt

Sea Gull Garden Spotlight – 75Watt

Another great landscape spotlight, this one is a little larger and stronger at 75 watt max. Remember the value in some variation of light intensity when designing your outdoor lighting – strong spotlights have their place but so too do some less intense spots. Consider using some modern solar spotlights for spots with a little less brightness – they are usually cheaper than 120 volt spotlights, and cost nothing to run!

Finish: Black or Chestnut. Glass: Clear. Dimensions: D: 5 1/2” H: 7”. Lamping: 1 Medium Par30 75w Max. UL/ cUL Listed for Wet Locations

These three garden spotlight units come in other sizes and wattage within their own ranges. Check them out and see what you think. I have selected these because they are good quality and have proven to be easy to work with. As I said before, 120 volt spots are quite expensive but in some places are worth the extra investment. View them as a long term light in a permanent position and you will get the best value.

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