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Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2020
Needed a way to illuminate a narrow path way on the side of my house. There’s no where to place a traditional path light so I used Ring Step Lights instead. Mounted them on a hollow block wall. Used a 3/16” masonry drill bit to make holes for the included wall anchors and screws.

Installing them onto the wall is a PITA. Why they didn’t use a bracket to hold the light in place like they do for the Ring Bridge is beyond me. The instructions have arrows approximating where to drill your holes. If you are slightly off, good luck getting the screws to match up with the holes. It will require a lot of patience especially if you have a limited space to attach them.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Mounting them can be difficult
By Wobbles on March 4, 2020
Needed a way to illuminate a narrow path way on the side of my house. There’s no where to place a traditional path light so I used Ring Step Lights instead. Mounted them on a hollow block wall. Used a 3/16” masonry drill bit to make holes for the included wall anchors and screws.

Installing them onto the wall is a PITA. Why they didn’t use a bracket to hold the light in place like they do for the Ring Bridge is beyond me. The instructions have arrows approximating where to drill your holes. If you are slightly off, good luck getting the screws to match up with the holes. It will require a lot of patience especially if you have a limited space to attach them.
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