I bought a couple of “30W RGB flood with remote” lights on eBay for not a lot of money.
It came with a short mains tail (no plug) and one of those thin IR remote controls.
As expected, the mains earth wire was floating about.
This seems to be usual practice in these cheap Chinese lights.
I wonder if the brand name is trying to seem like Mean Well ?
The earth wire now connects securely to the case.
It’s clear that the controller is throttling back the individual
colours when more than one colour element is active.
The power consumption was around 1.1W when off (standby).
It was still pretty usable though.
Overall, the light seems useful for the price. The remote has buttons for on/off as well as static and changing colours.
You must open them up and provide a proper earth connection though, not simply join onto the supplied mains tail.