Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern

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If the outside of your home doesn't have a lot of life or you just live in a dark neighborhood without any street lamps, then check out the Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern. It'll light up the exterior of your home at night. The rustic look of the Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern will make your home that much more warm and inviting and give it that "homey" charm. What's great is that it features a sensor which allows it to turn itself on and off. You just set it and forget it. Not only that, but it doesn't even have any bulbs to replace which is pretty cool. No need to climb a ladder to replace a hard-to-reach bulb. If you want to brighten up your home, then definitely consider the Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern.


Ensure the outside of your house is well lit with the Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern
Ensure the outside of your house is well lit with the Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern

Here are the specs:

Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern Product Info

Costco Item#: 1099195
Costco Price: $19.99
Found at: Costco in Redwood City, CA (2300 Middlefield Rd.)
(price and availability may vary per Costco location)

Costco 1099195 - Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern: great for any home's exterior
Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern: great for any home's exterior

Deal for the Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern at Costco
Deal for the Capstone LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern at Costco

Capstone Lighting LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern

    Key Features:
  • 2000 lumens
  • Weathered black finish
  • Dusk to dawn sensor provides automatic On/Off
  • No bulbs to replace
  • 30,000 life hours

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have had mine installed for about 6 months. It randomly flickers. Some times on startup and some times in the early morning.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Anonymous, thank you for sharing your experience with the Capstone Lighting LED Outdoor Gooseneck Lantern. I wonder if the flickering is caused by a defect in the sensor. It's definitely tough to diagnose something like this. You may want to try to swap it out for a new one and see if that has the same issue.

Unknown said...

I bought 12 of these lights from costco and only 6 lights still woork had issues with them within the first 3 months.

They start fkuckering and then will not light up at all. cant get any contact from capstone dont want to return them because I don't have the boxes anymore and i used tem for a few months

Maybe be the light sensor or the power source. will never know
Will not buy any lights under the capstone brand. very bad quality, lack of service and general wast of my time and resources in manufacturing something that will go into the landfill within 3 to6 months

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