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[Lowe's] Hot - TRENZ Lighting THINLED 3000K 4-in Recessed Light (4-Pack) $69.00 (Reg. $149.00)

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[Lowe's] Hot - TRENZ Lighting THINLED 3000K 4-in Recessed Light (4-Pack) $69.00 (Reg. $149.00)

TRENZ Lighting THINLED 3000K 4-in Recessed Light (4-Pack)
Item#: 779751MFR#: TL4W-30-WH-4

https://www.lowes.ca/product/trenz-ligh ... ack-779751


Dimmable LED Ceiilings lights that do Not require a box (Rough in), only 1/2 inch thick and rated for wet areas.


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Dec 8, 2013
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you can find similar for much cheaper at any Electrical supplier. That being said I have worked with these before and they're well made.
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Aug 25, 2011
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MISSISSAUGA
I think Costco is selling 4 for $40ish? $149 is totally a joke.
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May 7, 2015
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Most bulbs go for 5-7 a piece depending on wattage and lumens
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dolemite wrote: Are these the comparable Costco recessed lights?

https://www.costco.ca/luminus-4-in.-cct ... 54599.html

These ones are $59.99 online (probably cheaper in store), and are selectable between 2700K/4000K/5000K. So, it seems like there are a few similar options.
That's cool you can change the colour temp. I need a couple of pots to illuminate a house sign I installed last year, it's black font on dark red brick and you can't see it whatsoever at night. Previously I was thinking non-integrated is the way to go in the soffits, but now I'm leaning to these as the install looks much easier. One thing to note though, the Lowe's ones have a lifetime warranty vs Costco 5 years, whatever that's worth.
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Dec 20, 2012
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Has anyone purchased or found led recessed lights like these that can change colour and are rated for outdoors?
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Oct 25, 2018
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I went to Jenco Canada store and brought each one for $5.50
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dolemite wrote: Are these the comparable Costco recessed lights?

https://www.costco.ca/luminus-4-in.-cct ... 54599.html

These ones are $59.99 online (probably cheaper in store), and are selectable between 2700K/4000K/5000K. So, it seems like there are a few similar options.
The guy who installed the pot lights for me charged me $40 a piece for "Jenco" that does the same thing and selectable between the 3 you mentioned. Thats installed.
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Still find pinkist hue from Costco lamps even at 2700k
The florescent chemicals on led is not tuned.
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deal_with_singh wrote: The guy who installed the pot lights for me charged me $40 a piece for "Jenco" that does the same thing and selectable between the 3 you mentioned. Thats installed.
Got a reco for the installer? I'd pay that price then have them installed on my 2nd story as well...
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This is a horrible deal. Go to HyLed and get slimline pots for $10 each.
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DealinDeals wrote: I went to Jenco Canada store and brought each one for $5.50
Can anyone just stroll in and buy from them?
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dolemite wrote: Are these the comparable Costco recessed lights?

https://www.costco.ca/luminus-4-in.-cct ... 54599.html

These ones are $59.99 online (probably cheaper in store), and are selectable between 2700K/4000K/5000K. So, it seems like there are a few similar options.
These are on clearance on Burnaby Costco store for 18.97 for 2pk
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my local hardware store has similar Dimmable LED Ceiilings lights for $8.99 each
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The nice thing about installing these lights is that they are the same thickness as 1/2" drywall so you can install them anywhere without worrying about studs and other objects in the way. There are two clips that extend beyond that 1/2" depth, but they are far enough apart that you can put a 4x4 between them. I appreciate the 3000k variety that matches the other 3000k lighting bulbs and would never want to change to 4000 or 5000k (but they do sell a 4000k version of this light).
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Feb 20, 2011
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I have these and love them, they dim well and low with recommended dimmer. I also tried two other brands but preferred the Trenz. Tried the Costco 3 setting ones and they are all cheap plastic and found 2700k too yellow and 4000k too blue.
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Sep 26, 2019
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Good price for this model. Cheapest I ever paid was $60 but that was over a year ago.

I've installed several of them and they are well-constructed, dim smoothly to about 10%, junction box is anodized, and they don't emit any noise (i.e. humming). In contrast, I bought a cheaper set of four lights (there's no shortage of cheaper sources) but returned them after the spring-clip broke on the first one and a second one failed moments after I had dimmed it. I replaced them with more Trenz thinLEDs when they went on sale again (because the regular price is admittedly far too high).

I also recommend their Retina series of gimbal lights. I installed them outdoors, in a sloped soffit, and they are of equal if not higher quality than the thinLED series.

Overlooked to mention that both the thinLED and Retina series are air-tight and wet-rated. The thinLED PRO series includes the ability to adjust color temperature.
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I picked up 10 packs of these back when the GreenOn program was on. They're great lights, and if the price was near what it use to be with the government rebate I'd be buying more. I'm going to have to look at other options though since I have about 40 more to buy to finish the renovations.

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