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Soffit LEDs pot lights

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Soffit LEDs pot lights

Where can I get a set of potlight LEDs for exterior lighting?

The low profile slim ones.
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Costco, Home Depot, lowes, torbram electric, gentek. There are so many options
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I'm going to buy Liteline Slim LED 4" for my house + soffit in some weeks. They have a lifetime warranty on Driver + Fixture and available at Rona, Home Hardware, Westburne, etc. They have 2700k, 3000k, 4000k and even Dim to Warm 2000~3000k ! Reviews seems to be good.

https://www.liteline.com/20000066/led-low-profile
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sirius244 wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 2:01 am
I'm going to buy Liteline Slim LED 4" for my house + soffit in some weeks. They have a lifetime warranty on Driver + Fixture and available at Rona, Home Hardware, Westburne, etc. They have 2700k, 3000k, 4000k and even Dim to Warm 2000~3000k ! Reviews seems to be good.

https://www.liteline.com/20000066/led-low-profile
What's the cost?
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Home Hardware:
- 4.39$ Round 4" Pre Mounting Plate New Construction #P-4020 4,39$
- 32.97$ (ON SALE NOW! Regular price 40$) SLM4-30-WH 3000k (But I prefer the 2700k version)
- 49.99$ SLM4-3020DTW Dim To Warm

If you want the 2700k color version (like incandescent bulb color) you will probably need to ask for a special order, or try with Westburne or another distibutor).
Product code is: SLM4-27-WH
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I had some of these installed in my house last year and absolutely love the result.

http://faradaylighting.com/products/led ... sed-light/

I went to Torbram in Etobicoke to purchased a few more 3 months ago and paid $22.50 each, including trim.
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valuemortgage wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 7:52 pm
I had some of these installed in my house last year and absolutely love the result.

http://faradaylighting.com/products/led ... sed-light/

I went to Torbram in Etobicoke to purchased a few more 3 months ago and paid $22.50 each, including trim.
I think that's the Liteline 4" slim

https://www.liteline.com/20000067-maste ... -downlight
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TTony wrote:
Sep 15th, 2017 5:07 pm
Just picked up some for my place
https://www.amazon.ca/DawnRay-Round-Sup ... B01N9K1ZZ0

cost was $18 each at cawthra electric (Mississauga)
http://www.cawthraelectric.com/
You can get those from eBoka in Markham right across from the Costco (Markham West Woodbine/7) for under $10 each. They also have a plethora of other cheap LED stuff, which is apparently approved for Canada, and comes with some sort of warranty. I saw these on a job recently, and don't necessarily endorse them, it's just the cheapest place I've found to get them if you want a product like this.
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Drew_W wrote:
Sep 17th, 2017 11:23 am
You can get those from eBoka in Markham right across from the Costco (Markham West Woodbine/7) for under $10 each. They also have a plethora of other cheap LED stuff, which is apparently approved for Canada, and comes with some sort of warranty. I saw these on a job recently, and don't necessarily endorse them, it's just the cheapest place I've found to get them if you want a product like this.
Are the lights at Eboka you speak of the same brand? I have used the dawnrays and they are quite nice in quality. I have also seen the jenco brand and they are total crap. Under $10 for a dawnray is an amazing price, they are $25 on Amazon and that's where I ordered them for my kitchen.
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None of the links above make any reference to exterior applications...

Do these need to be specifically designed for exterior use, or are they dual purpose?
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joshmxpx wrote:
Sep 17th, 2017 8:45 pm
None of the links above make any reference to exterior applications...

Do these need to be specifically designed for exterior use, or are they dual purpose?
Doesn't matter good potlights are well sealed and can be used in or out.
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