In this guide we’ll look at the best pond lights for the UK market.
We’ve compared build quality, reliability, performance and cost
to give you our top recommendations.
What Are The Best Pond Lights?
More Detailed Pond Light Reviews
LemonBest Remote Control RGB LED Pond Spotlight Underwater Lighting Review
These LemonBest Remote Control RGB LED Pond Spotlights are the best underwater pond lights if you are looking for a range of colours and effects.
These pond lights are completely submersible so you can put them in your pond for a stunning effect. As well as being used to light up your pond these lights work well to highlight other features of your garden after dark such as fountains or structures.
The lights are safe and easy to use. They are completely waterproof to IP68 so can be used in and around water or on land all year round. They are mains operated and so need to be plugged into a suitable outdoor socket. The lights have a suction cup at the base to fix them to your pond, though if you have a PVC pond liner this can sometimes come unstuck and the lights float to the top. This is easily fixed by weighing them down with a stone or two. The lights also have a joint to allow you to angle them in different directions.
The lights come with a remote control that allows you to use a range of modes and effects.
Overall, these lights offer a great way to make a feature of your pond after dark and are safe and easy to use.
Submersible LED Lights, Pond Lights with Remote Control Review
These Submersible LED Lights, Pond Lights with Remote Control offer great value for money and include 4 lights and a variety of different settings.
These submersible lights are battery operated so no outdoor power socket is required. The set includes 4 lights, and these are completely submersible as they are waterproof to IP68. The lights include a timer and a remote control that works up to 15 metres from your pond or pool. The lights can be changed to red, green, blue, white or a mixture of colours. They are safe for use in a swimming pool or hot tub.
These super lights offer a fuss-free and economical way to light up a pond, pool or hot tub.
Remote Control RGB LED Pond Spotlight Review
These Remote Control RGB LED Pond Spotlights include four lights that are completely submersible and ideal for ponds, pools, hot tubs or large aquariums.
The lights are totally waterproof to IP68 so you can safely use them in and around water. They are safe for use in swimming pools and hot tubs and in salt or freshwater. The set includes a good range of colours and effects. The lights feature suction cups to stick them to the side or bottom of your pond. These can sometimes need a bit of extra weighing down if you have a PVC liner. The pond lights come with a remote control and can be dimmed, and the colours and light patterns can be changed easily. The lights feature red, green and blue LEDs. White is made by using a combination of these and is more of a purple-white than a true white. The lights can be combined to create a wide range of colours.
Overall, these pond lights offer good value for money and create a wide range of effects.
4 Pack LED Underwater Spotlight Review
This 4 Pack LED Underwater Spotlights are safe, easy to use and effective.
These lights are completely submersible as they are waterproof to IP68. They are safe for use in ponds, pools and hot tubs. The lights have suction cups to stick them on to your pond or pool. The angle of the lights is adjustable. The 4 lights feature red, green and blue bulbs and these can be combined to create a huge range of colours. The lights also have a range of effects as well as adjustable brightness. The colours and modes are easily adjusted via the included remote control.
Overall, these underwater pond lights offer a great product and are good value for money.
ARDUX Artificial Lotus Floating Lights Review
These ARDUX Artificial Lotus Floating Lights are battery operated and offer a fuss-free way to add a really nice feature to your pond.
These pretty coloured lotus-shaped lights float on the surface of your pond to create a really lovely feature. The set includes 3 x 7-inch lilies and 3 x 4-inch lilies and so offers great value for money. The lights are colour changing and cycle through 7 colours. Each light takes 2 CR2032 batteries which are included.
These battery-operated floating pond lights are easy to use and offer a great way to light up your garden pond on special occasions.
Pond Light Buyer’s Guide
Most LED pond lights come with a range of coloured bulbs. These can be mixed to create a great range of colours. The colour can be changed on most mains operated light using the remote control provided.
Ease of installation
Most pond lights come with suction cups that allow you to stick them to the sides or base of your pond and pool. These suckers stick really well to firm surfaces such as tiles or concrete but can come unstuck from PVC pond liners. If this happens you can weigh down the lights with rocks. Alternatively, for a more permanent solution, you can stick the lights to some rocks using waterproof silicone and allowing the silicone to dry before immersing the lights in your pond.
Mains operated light will need to be plugged into an outdoor socket.
For lights to be fully submersible they need to meet the standard IP68. They will also need to be plugged into a waterproof outdoor socket.
If you want a permanent display in your garden, then the best pond light for you will be mains operated. These will need to be plugged into a suitable outdoor socket. If you do not have power in your garden, you can use battery-operated lights. These are great to add a fuss-free feature in your garden and are ideal for more occasional use.
Pond lights are a great way to make a feature of your garden pond, pool or hot tub after dark. They come in a great range of colours and with a range of effects from static to strobe.
I would recommend the LemonBest® Remote Control RGB LED Pond Spotlights as they are waterproof to IP68 making them completely submersible and they also create a great range of colours and effects.