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[Amazon.ca] 60W LED Garage Trilights $29.99

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[Amazon.ca] 60W LED Garage Trilights $29.99

Amazon has 60W LED Garage Trilights on sale for $29.99 after using code MYTEAWORLD73 at checkout.
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Jan 22, 2008
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These look identical to the ones I bought on ebay. They were plastic, not aluminum and arrived broken at the hinge point, but still work and are quite bright. The seller gave me a significant refund, but kept ducking my question as to why it said they were aluminum when they are actually plastic.
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How on earth do you guys get these codes??
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charlesj wrote: How on earth do you guys get these codes??
Do you not see this under the item? That said I think some people get them from facebook or they get paid to post it.
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Are these UL certified? I'm finding 95% of electrical gear sold on Amazon isnt... if they start a fire your insurance company will tell you, tough luck no payout.
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Jone19 wrote: Are these UL certified? I'm finding 95% of electrical gear sold on Amazon isnt... if they start a fire your insurance company will tell you, tough luck no payout.
I would avoid anything electrical that's higher voltage/amperage that isn't big branded. Light fixtures, kettles, toasters, irons, are things i wouldn't cheap out on.

A house fire is the last thing I want for 2020.
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Jone19 wrote: Are these UL certified? I'm finding 95% of electrical gear sold on Amazon isnt... if they start a fire your insurance company will tell you, tough luck no payout.
Someone from a previous thread who claimed to be an insurance adjuster said that this is not true. It doesn't change the fact though that it still may be a fire hazard.
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for a bit more I picked these up. 80W 8000LM and motion activated.

Motion Sensor LED Garage Lights - 8000LM 80W LED Garage Lighting - Deformable LED Shop Light - E26/27 Garage Ceiling Light, LED Light Bulbs, LED Work Lights, LED High Bay Light for Basement, Workshop https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07XXTCLRM/

Currently 8% off (meh).
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toRFDer wrote: for a bit more I picked these up. 80W 8000LM and motion activated.

Currently 8% off (meh).
Which ones?
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I bought the similar ones from homedepot they were around 19.99 CE brand
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May 2, 2017
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These are bright, like obnoxiously bright to the point my eyes hurt when its light reflect off smooth surfaces such as cars and metals in my garage. They also get worryingly hot which without UL or CSA certification concerns me more than I'm willing to accept.
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Any electrician or fireman/woman in this thread is able to comment about the fire hazard of this thing? I'm thinking about installing one in my cottage without lightning it on fire. Thanks
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Jone19 wrote: Are these UL certified? I'm finding 95% of electrical gear sold on Amazon isnt... if they start a fire your insurance company will tell you, tough luck no payout.
Can we see some proof of that?

You move into a house, previous owners installed something like this and it causes a fire, and no insurance for you?. Who here has bought a house and checked everything electrical in the house they purchase thats its UL certified?
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SizzleChest wrote: Someone from a previous thread who claimed to be an insurance adjuster said that this is not true. It doesn't change the fact though that it still may be a fire hazard.
100%

My father in law burned his kitchen down (mistake) and in speaking with firefighter and insurance adjuster they both said nothing really matters. The example they used is if you lit a candle next to a curtain and it burns your house down you’ll still get paid out.
The only way you wouldn’t is if an accelerant was used.

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