Since the lights were hardwired in, that’s why i chose this one with screw in bulbs. The clip for the two-bulb version is the same as in the single- bulb setup. It was slightly harder to place due to the additional weight, but i did get it into positi... Read More
The two hoya plants consistently give new growth. The amount of new growth and the increase of perk in the leaves far outshines my other grow lights. My cypress is very satisfied apparently and grow faster.
There is an on/off switch on the cord for each of the two bulbs. I have my grow light plugged into a ge outlet timer. I live in richmond, va so during the summer the it thrives outside but in the late fall and winter i have to bring it indoors.
Goosenecks on these are not very good. These ones have me worried they will droop onto my plants and burn them. Can't believe there are any positive reviews given the light fixtures couldn't support their own weight for even a single day. Do not waste... Read More
Comes with a small hex key tool that you can use to tighten the hinge. I have this sitting on a bookshelf. I like that the stand is extendable.
The timer is perfect for my busy schedule as a nursing student. The cord is plenty long and i love the timer.
This little halo lamp is perfect. It's a strong light for its size, doesn't heat up, and hasn't burnt my plant. It really lights up the area well, over all a great product for small plants.
Cuttings are a pothos and angel wing begonia. My string of hearts is vibrant, has new growth, and is so happy. And so does my poor little minnesotan aloe in the middle of winter.
At 3 weeks it start faulting. You have to manually plug and replug the cord in and if it does light up, how long they stay lit is inconsistent. It also requires your own wall unit plug in which is obnoxious.
It’s top heavy, swings awkwardly (never locking into place) it looks embarrassing, honestly. Would not buy again.