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2 pack deforbable LED Garage Light 80W with bonus night lights, $22.09 (52% off) - EDIT: OOS!

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[Amazon.ca] 2 pack deforbable LED Garage Light 80W with bonus night lights, $22.09 (52% off) - EDIT: OOS!

EDIT: $22.09 version is out of stock for now.


Link here: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B08R5Z ... KFGW0HQDN6

I own multiple sets of this particular brand, they are really bright. I recommend the 80W versions for a garage with high ceilings; I have two and it's no comparison to any other bulb that I've tried. For our storage room I have the 60W versions because of lower ceilings and it's very bright as well.

I just bought a set recently for $25 which I thought was a great deal, now it's down to $22.09 (limited time deal)

These come with extenders as well as 2x night lights which I find are really nice too, not too bright not too dim. Really solid value for this price!

Enjoy!
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I have these in a garage and they are awesome, replaced a bunch of tube lights that had to be eating power.
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Price seems good for a 2 pack. Got one to try as my garage is like the dungeon right now...

What's the difference between the $22 and $26 dollar version??
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xXKEIXx wrote: Price seems good for a 2 pack. Got one to try as my garage is like the dungeon right now...

What's the difference between the $22 and $26 dollar version??
about $4 and prime shipping
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icu_nxtime wrote: I have these in a garage and they are awesome, replaced a bunch of tube lights that had to be eating power.
Are they 80W each? or 80W for the 2 (so 40W each)? If 80W each, that's very high power usage for an LED light. A standard 100W equivalent LED is typically ~11W. So these would we equivalent to 800W if their rating is accurate. And no cooling fins like others (https://www.amazon.ca/CUNKA-Adjustable- ... B08QDBTRGR).

Has anyone measured the light output or power consumption?
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cant add the 22.09 one to cart anymore. just picked up for 26 bucks which is still probably a good deal for next day shipping.
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Looks like the $22.09 version is now out of stock (well done RFD!).

In stock on June 13, 2021.
Order it now.


As for the difference between the two options which appear the same, I've ordered both options before and received the same product. No idea what they're doing with their listing, but it always arrived fast and specs were the same (I'm a Prime member)
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xXKEIXx wrote: Price seems good for a 2 pack. Got one to try as my garage is like the dungeon right now...

What's the difference between the $22 and $26 dollar version??
Not sure but the $22 one is sold out now so I got the $26 version. Looks exactly the same
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Good price for 2, but 80W for each fixture is way too high and will run way too hot. An LED TV uses this much.

60W is plenty (and bright enough) - it was remarkable how well it lit up my dingy garage!
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Yes, 60W is enough for a low ceiling garage. 80W is too bright unless if you plan to use it indoors with a high ceiling.

Btw, there was a $2 coupon available for the $22 at the beginning of this week. While it looks like $11 each is a good price, if you go to Alibaba, the price is less $5.
mangoman wrote: Good price for 2, but 80W for each fixture is way too high and will run way too hot. An LED TV uses this much.

60W is plenty (and bright enough) - it was remarkable how well it lit up my dingy garage!
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I agree with the statements that 80W is too much unless you have high ceilings. My garage has very high ceilings so these make sense, but for my storage room where it's standard ceiling height we use the 60W versions because the 80W ones are blinding!
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lcmt wrote: Yes, 60W is enough for a low ceiling garage. 80W is too bright unless if you plan to use it indoors with a high ceiling.

Btw, there was a $2 coupon available for the $22 at the beginning of this week. While it looks like $11 each is a good price, if you go to Alibaba, the price is less $5.
Do you have link to the Alibaba (Aliexpress?) equivalent that is $5 less?
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lol. it should say deforMable, meaning you can twist the blades around to get different angles and coverage.
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FiveFingerDeals wrote: What does deforbable mean
Failed attempt at deformable. They really mean adjustable.
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Damn these have gone down so much in price over the last couple years. I also see stores like Costco and PA carrying them as well now.
The cheapest I could find a couple years ago when I put them in the garage was just over $40 and they only had the 3 blade versions.


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engineered wrote: Are they 80W each?
LEDs are sold "as equivalent to" a conventional bulb. 80W with energy saving up to 85% does not mean it consumes 80W. Szie is what were lookin fur
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