Best RV Awning Lights

The Best RV Awning Lights

RV Awning Light Comparison Chart

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RV Awning Light Reviews

Best RV Awning Rope Lights: No products found.

 

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If you want your RV to have awning lights that make your vehicle the talk of the campsite then you must check out Lighting Ever’s LED Dimmable Rope Lights. These rope lights have so many options and features that you’ll need a whole two-week vacation to try them all out.

The rope is a massive 33 feet long and contains no fewer than 120 individual LED lights. They can be powered by 3 AA batteries so even if there is no electrical supply they can still be used.

There is also a remote control which enables you to set the lights to flicker in 8 different modes which include waves, sequential, chasing and twinkle. You can have your very own light show and be the envy of your fellow campers.

Another great feature is the ability to set the lights to come at a certain time each day and remain on for up to 6 hours. Last, but not least, the rope lights are fully waterproof so even if the weather takes a turn for the worst your lights will still be shining.

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Pros

  • Waterproof
  • Battery powered
  • Multiple light mode options
  • Timer function

Cons

  • Uses up batteries quickly
  • Rope can discolor due to sunlight

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Best RV Awning String Lights: No products found.

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String lights can add a touch of decoration to walls, windows and curtains, and they certainly do so when they are used to brighten up an RV awning. We checked out a few and have no doubt that the best RV awning string lights are these ones produced by Twinkle Star.

The first thing to point out is that they require a 100v electrical supply so they are not suitable if you are taking your RV to camp in a remote spot with no power other than the sun. Assuming you are on a campsite with power and have plugged it in, you will now see 300 warm white LED lights.  They will form a curtain which measures 9.8 feet by 6.6 feet and produces a beautiful and decorative feature for your awning.

When they are alight, you can set them to flash in 8 different patterns. These include twinkling, waves, sequential and slow fades, all of which will add to the atmosphere as you relax in your RV. Even if you get some rain, there is no need to switch off, as they are completely waterproof.

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Pros

  • Forms a 10 x 7 ft. curtain
  • 8 different twinkling modes
  • Waterproof
  • Remote controlled

Cons

  • Require a power supply
  • Power lead needs to be longer

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Best RV Awning Bulb Lights: No products found.

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With many RV awning lights utilizing LEDs it is still nice sometimes to have lighting that uses good old-fashioned light bulbs. To that end it is why we have chosen Brightown G40 Globe String Light as the best RV awning bulb lights.

The string of light bulbs runs to a maximum length of 25 feet so it gives you plenty of scope to hang them around your awning in a decorative pattern or a simple string. There are 25 light bulbs in the string so you can space them around 12 inches apart if you are hanging them in a single line.

They are powered by 110v electricity so will need to be in a location where you can hook your RV up to a power source. If you want to go all in you can connect up to 4 strings of lights together and really light up your campsite, although you might want to make sure the people in the next RV don’t mind the brightness.

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Pros

  • Simple to set up
  • 25-foot string length
  • Clear, bright bulbs
  • Can connect up to 4 strings together

Cons

  • Bulbs are very fragile
  • Not waterproof

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Best Solar Powered RV Awning Lights: No products found.

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For some RV awning lights, you’ll need to have a power supply. For others a steady supply of batteries is needed to power them. But what if you have neither? Simple… solar powered RV awning lights and the best we have found are the AMIR Solar Powered String Lights.

These solar powered lights have a solar panel on a stake which means you can stick it in the ground during the day as it soaks up the sun’s rays and charges its permanent battery itself. Then at night, you have all the power you need to switch on your RV awning lights.

There are a total 150 LED lights in the 33 feet long string which utilizes very thin copper wire to connect them all. This means the string is extremely flexible, allowing you to twist and position the lights as you wish. The thin copper wire also means it is almost invisible when the bright lights are on.

Other features include auto on and off setting plus you have the option of having the lights on constant or in a flashing mode. Although they depend on the sun for power, if it decides to hide and the rain clouds come calling there’s no need to panic as the lights are fully waterproof.

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Pros

  • Solar powered
  • Flexible and thin copper wire
  • Easy to shape
  • Waterproof

 

Cons

  • Thin wire tends to kink

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Best Multicolor RV Awning Lights: No products found.

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Let’s face it; white lights can be pretty but there’s nothing to beat a bit of color, which is why we went looking for the best multicolor lights for RV awnings. We think we’ve found a worthy winner with the Maxinda Outdoor LED String Lights. The color light string is just under 19 feet long so it isn’t the longest by any means but it’s certainly one of the most colorful.

The string has a total of 50 diamond shaped LED lights which are not only energy saving, they also come in an array of colors which include red, yellow, green, white and purple. Unfortunately, there are no sequences or flicker modes, so it is simply a case of switching them on and enjoying their color.

Although they don’t flicker as such, because of the LED’s diamond shape, and the cover which has a textured surface, there is a sense that they flicker, especially if they are moved by a breeze. If that breeze happens to be accompanied by some rain clouds you can leave the lights on as they are waterproof.

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Pros

  • Multiple colors
  • Flicker effect
  • Low-energy LEDs
  • Waterproof

 

Cons

  • Bulbs are very small
  • The string is a bit short

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Best RV Themed RV Awning Lights: No products found.

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Being able to take a break in your RV should be fun, and we wanted to extend that fun to our next set of RV awning lights. They are made by Camco and each of the light casings is in the shape of a retro travel trailer. Now if that doesn’t qualify them for the best RV themed lights we don’t what will.

It’s not the biggest set of lights your likely to see as the string is only 8 feet long and there are just ten lights on it, so it might mean you need to buy more than one set if you plan to have them strung along a normally sized RV awning.

This set of lights is certainly colorful as it has retro trucks colored green, red, yellow, purple and blue, and when they are switched on they make a very pleasant display. A power supply is needed to power the lights and in case there is a power surge lights have overload protection. They also come with two spare light bulbs and a spare fuse.

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Pros

  • Fun retro truck lights
  • Multiple colors
  • Overload protection
  • Spare fuse and bulbs

Cons

  • Very short string
  • Bit expensive for just 10 lights

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RV Awning Light Buyers Guide

Benefits of Having RV Awning Lights

There will be many locations where you park your RV where the only light source at night is the moon. Therefore, having RV awning lights can be a very important means of ensuring that you and your family can walk safely around your RV at night.

The other main reason you would want to have RV awning lights is for the fun in making your RV look more colorful and decorative. There are plenty of people who bedeck their homes with amazing light displays at Christmas, so there’s no reason for you not to do likewise for your RV, and not just for Christmas.

Things to Consider Before Buying an Awning Light

How are they powered?

Do the lights work from batteries, or need an electricity supply?

String Length

Is the string long enough for your awning? If not, you may need to buy two strings.

Always on or flicker mode?

If you want the most decorative lights, choose those that have different flashing modes.

Waterproofing

For outdoor use, you should preferably choose RV awning lights which are waterproof.

Setting Up

How easy or difficult will the lights you purchase be to set up and attach to your awning?

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