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

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Nov 17, 2013
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WINNIPEG
how did your father in law burn down the kitchen? Sorry to hear
FooNdaR wrote: 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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Nov 17, 2013
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WINNIPEG
what big brand dependable would you recommend? would it be found at homedepot?
bhrm wrote: I would avoid anything electrical that's higher voltage/amperage that isn't big branded
A house fire is the last thing I want for 2020.
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Mar 22, 2004
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vrredflag wrote: how did your father in law burn down the kitchen? Sorry to hear
Trying to thaw a frozen pipe with a torch in his crawl space. No injuries, and they got a new kitchen out of it, but thanks.
Newbie
Aug 22, 2019
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I bought some of these tri-lights, (plastic ones, different brand) and they made a huge difference in my unfinished basement. Going to get more soon for the garage.
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vrredflag wrote: what big brand dependable would you recommend? would it be found at homedepot?
I haven't seen this particular style product in big box stores yet, but to be honest, I rather buy those LED garage lights they always have for sale at $15-20 and chain link them.
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Jul 13, 2007
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Kitchener-Waterloo, …
paaji wrote: I bought the similar ones from homedepot they were around 19.99 CE brand
With what everyone's saying about unbranded merchandise, I tried looking for a similar one from Home Depot and found this:

As Seen On Tv TriBurst 10.5 in. 144 High Intensity LED 4000 Lumens Flush Mount Ceiling Light with 3 Adjustable Heads - $39.98
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/as-see ... 1001538547
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Feb 25, 2004
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WikkiWikki wrote: 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?
On top of that, it is impossible to check for sure since nothing prevents them from printing the logo even if they are not certified. While CE is a self certification and doesn't apply here, you can see a bunch of fake CE logos on items (when the C and the E are too close together it is a fake one but even a properly copied logo can be a fake certification).
Try not! Do or do not, there is no try...
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Aug 30, 2015
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Kitchener, ON
JEDI Force wrote: On top of that, it is impossible to check for sure since nothing prevents them from printing the logo even if they are not certified. While CE is a self certification and doesn't apply here, you can see a bunch of fake CE logos on items (when the C and the E are too close together it is a fake one but even a properly copied logo can be a fake certification).
not fake, just a different organization (China Export). I am pretty sure the similarities are just a coincidence 🤣

https://starfishmedical.com/assets/Comp ... _marks.png
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Oct 28, 2011
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Toronto
I checked HD before I pulled the trigger on mine. They had one model of this type of "fan blade" LEDs and they were hella expensive, and esp not motion activated. I couldn't find the specific bulb I saw on HD website, but IIRC they were from Philips. I think they were 45W (~$45) and 60W (~$90).
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May 8, 2008
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for the price it's good, i bought an older version from " Myteaworld " on amazon. It's very bright. I hooked it up with a fixture with a pull switch in my garage

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