The lights themselves are a bright white that have no weird red tint like some other grow lights. They only use about 9w too, which is a big bonus. Real screw in grow lights.
One in a hanging open wire fixture in the kitchen, and one in a metal table/desk lamp that happens to have a funnel-shaped shade. It matches - if not exceeds - the umol some parts of my porch get. It's nicer to have the daylight color over the pink/pu... Read More
Amazon needs to stop shipping light bulbs in t-shirt bags with no padding. Assembly conditions of this company seem to be questionable at best. There was a dead fly inside the bulb. One on the left is the good one, one on the right is the defective on... Read More
Bulb messes up my monsteras, succulents and croton plants. The casing gets extremely hot. I can hardly find the appropriate sockets without the stand falling over or the socket tilting.
The lights are ultra thin and easy to assemble. Easy to set up, very lightweight, and feels well made. You can customize the shape of the light too.
The seller responds to technical questions! Excellent value at this price. First time growing tomato and pepper starters for the farmers market. My strawberry plants love the light.
The light has a dimmable scale where you can dial back the brightness if its too much for you or the plant. One panel and the lights are brighter than with 2.
The only downside is that you can't run a single panel at a time. The kit also comes with clips and wire to hang it from a hook instead. They also have a toggle on/off switch.
These lights do not have built-in reflectors nor a casing. They don't hang well especially end to end the weight of the cord causes them to flex out of position. The connections are somewhat unstable as there’s a significant amount of flickering from ... Read More