Expired Hot Deals

[Amazon.ca] Hykolity 4 Inch Ultra Thin LED Recessed Ceiling Light Dimmable 12pk

  • Last Updated:
  • Sep 10th, 2019 4:06 pm
[OP]
Deal Addict
Jan 25, 2005
2471 posts
1117 upvotes
Surrey

[Amazon.ca] Hykolity 4 Inch Ultra Thin LED Recessed Ceiling Light Dimmable 12pk

Hykolity 4 Inch Ultra Thin LED Recessed Ceiling Light, CRI 90+ Dimmable Downlight with Junction Box, 10W [80W Equivalent] 650LM 5000K Daylight ETL Listed, 12 Pack

Space-Saving: Hykolity ultra-thin led recessed lighting can be easily installed without housing and can. Only requires 2 inches clearance of ceiling space, perfect solution for your narrow ceiling that doesn’t fit for a can.
High-Efficiency: This 100-120v downlight provides 650lm brightness which equals to a 80W incandescent light by consumes only 10W, cutting your energy bill in its 36,000 hrs lifespan.
Easy Installation: Using male/female cable to connect the provided J-box to the light, fixing it on the ceiling by spring clip, hassle free, install in seconds.
Reliable Safety: The LED recessed pot light is ETL and IC Listed, aluminium material prevent it from corrosion and rust, ensure its long lifespan.
Widely Application: 5%-100% smooth dimming, compatible with most dimmers, the light would meet various needs in applications such as closets, kitchens, hallways, doorways, basement and so on.

Image
21 replies
Deal Addict
Mar 12, 2017
1606 posts
3554 upvotes
Seeing the same product photo over and over is just trippy.
Member
Jan 22, 2015
342 posts
359 upvotes
Toronto, ON
5000k going to make it feel like you are in a dentist.
Deal Addict
User avatar
Jul 2, 2001
3807 posts
1210 upvotes
GTA
No csa compliance? Junk...
Newbie
Nov 25, 2015
71 posts
51 upvotes
Simcoe, ON
ESA inspector would not approve if they see no CSA approval.
Deal Addict
Nov 28, 2013
2353 posts
948 upvotes
Quebec
Then take the 3k or 4K it’s the same price
Sr. Member
Nov 20, 2008
728 posts
285 upvotes
shabby wrote: No csa compliance? Junk...
likethewine wrote: ESA inspector would not approve if they see no CSA approval.
Wrong. ETL tests to UL standards which CSA uses. It is equivalent.
Member
Mar 7, 2011
476 posts
309 upvotes
Brampton
shabby wrote: No csa compliance? Junk...
likethewine wrote: ESA inspector would not approve if they see no CSA approval.
cyberspyder wrote: Wrong. ETL tests to UL standards which CSA uses. It is equivalent.
https://www.esasafe.com/assets/files/es ... 2-7-35.pdf

Although descriptions say it is, i wonder if the actual device bears the mark. The light itself has it but not sure about the box...
Deal Addict
User avatar
May 17, 2006
1552 posts
245 upvotes
Do people really care about how thin potlights are?? There’s a vast amount of space up there in the ceiling.
A great salesman sells to himself - Confucius, no, I mean xvizardx LINK
xvizardx wrote: ...A sales person named John (who is a great sales person by the way)...I could not resist the price, so I bought it in a heart beat...
xvizardx wrote: Hello everyone! I am an employee of Sony Canada...I will be at the Sony Store in Square One...look for John...
Sr. Member
Nov 15, 2005
698 posts
387 upvotes
Montreal
cant really talk about the one op posted, but i bought 20x of those green canada led 4000k and those are fantastic!!!
Koodo 6gb call/text - 40$
Virgin Mobile 50/10 unlimited - 39,99$
Sr. Member
Apr 12, 2013
515 posts
397 upvotes
BC
These appear identical to the ones Lowes sells, and have proven to be excellent.

In response to the question about why so thin, insulation goes straight over them so no reduction in R value. Aldo allows more creative installations in tight locations. But biggest benefit is cost as no housing to buy and fast install.

Most European down lights have been this style for decades for good reasons.
Deal Addict
Dec 12, 2009
4264 posts
1965 upvotes
Toronto
lioncar wrote: Do people really care about how thin potlights are?? There’s a vast amount of space up there in the ceiling.
Not always.
Furnace ducts come to mind.
Drywall on strapping on plaster & lathing or concrete ...
Social Distancing means staying apart 2 meters or 6 feet, the depth of a grave.
Get closer and you might have one foot in the grave. (Pass it on)

Top