Only complaint is the gooseneck is a bit short. Packaging is quite simple and nothing is wasted on superfluous material. Bought 1, ordered another but bumbling us postal service can't find.
Uv (ultraviolet) and ir (infrared) bulbs which many others i’ve bought sadly lack. I often just have a few cell packs where i'm starting some lettuce, some onions, whatever for succession planting over the summer. This 200w light will be a good additi... Read More
At 18 inches ppfd 80, par 1800, 5250 lux. At 2 feet ppfd 40, 2500 lux. Ppfd of 160 is well within the good growth range for most houseplants. It's brighter than another lamp i got at the same time that is twice as close and still not putting out the s... Read More
I have the 1,000 (130) watt light over my myer lemon/lime bush. It is a large enough wattage that really makes a difference for my plants. Several other lights like it can be daisy chained together.
It is also very flimsy. Me and my lithops are very disappointed.
The grow light and the movable arms let you sit the lights close to the leaves for different sized plants. Make sure to get yourself a seedling mat as well.
Colors and brightness is satisfactory. Not too bright, doesn't bother my eyes to glance at them. If they don't have any issues with using it manually, i’m very happy with this light!
The clamp is pain in the * to use, the lighting is just good enough for seed starting and phal orchids. Gave me the absolute worst headache after being on for only a few minutes. The connector plug from the wall outlet to the light gets physically hot... Read More
What a bummer. Won't buy from this seller again. An email to the seller remains unanswered.
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