Reasonably priced LED yard light ('wow')..any others out there?

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Link to your thread leaftye?

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The low mode should be lower.

Reviews: Efan IMR18350 700mAh 10.5A, <a href="http://

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Thanks!

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…installed two more of the lights above in a triangle of maybe 10-12’ from each other in the 14’ ceiling space. The lit areas create quite a nice warm contrast (it is a primarily wood interior) at the floor level to the five 4’ fluorescent tube lights hanging amongst them. I’m pretty happy with the few areas that I really needed the light in so far in both applications. I’ll save the last one for a low-watt inverter or generator fed trouble light.

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…ordered (2) of the motion detector versions in post# 84 for an outdoor application. One will be installed fairly high (14’) so we’ll see what happens.

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Freedom wrote:
…ordered (2) of the motion detector versions in post# 84 for an outdoor application. One will be installed fairly high (14’) so we’ll see what happens.

…package arrived yesterday. Motion w/dusk to dawn along with the standard 3 adjustable settings on the rear. A bit longer cord on these which may reach a junction box already installed. I will wait until somebody else offers a review (if ever) as I’ve pretty much shared all that I can.
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Corncob fixture with a sealed box and vertical purposed lighting built in to the bulb’s underside:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42v1c0MozOw

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Interesting, but the video is worthless because there is no money shot!

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garrybunk wrote:
Interesting, but the video is worthless because there is no money shot!

-Garry


Not many manufacturers seem to offer them. From my own experience, the Feit(sic) Electric 100 watt corncob bulb sold at big boxes/online is pretty impressive in terms of lighting a fairly large area. Again, any detailed conversations regarding the LED fixed lighting options out there is pretty hard to find and even harder to understand at $21 (delivered) to ‘hundreds’ for a 100 watt (Chinese) fixture.

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