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[Princess Auto] Princess Auto:4 ft 4,000 Lumen LED Linkable Shop Light - $19.99

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[Princess Auto] Princess Auto:4 ft 4,000 Lumen LED Linkable Shop Light - $19.99

Just ordered 2. Looks pretty good

Made by Evergear automotive
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GREAT price.

This is the lowest I have seen a 4ft LED (linkable).

The average sale price is $29.99 for the equivalent product.
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Those should be perfect in garage installed near ground level, couldn't do that with regular T4 tubes. Always need extra light near the bottom of the car.
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In for four. Thanks. Been waiting for a garage light solution for awhile. Hopefully not as 'cheap' as the Amazon stuff I've been eyeing.
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hesp wrote: Just ordered 2. Looks pretty good

Made by Evergear automotive

Thanks OP!!!

Does anyone know how this compares to a normal shop light with 2 LED Tubes?
I'm asking as this light uses 55W which seems like a LOT. My T8 lights with Fluorescent tubes (NOT LED) use 32W x 2.
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does this operate on pull string?
If you have 2 connected...can you just pull the 1st light's string?
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davidturgeon wrote: Thanks OP!!!

Does anyone know how this compares to a normal shop light with 2 LED Tubes?
I'm asking as this light uses 55W which seems like a LOT. My T8 lights with Fluorescent tubes (NOT LED) use 32W x 2.
If you already have the T8 fixtures, I'd highly recommend getting the LED T8 bulbs from costco. 2-pack is $20 so the same price and it'd be a really easy swap. I have the costco bulbs in one fixture and a fairly expensive LED fixture (without bulbs) from Home Depot and the T8 fixture with the LED bulbs is better and was a fraction of the price.
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darkstar107 wrote: If you already have the T8 fixtures, I'd highly recommend getting the LED T8 bulbs from costco. 2-pack is $20 so the same price and it'd be a really easy swap. I have the costco bulbs in one fixture and a fairly expensive LED fixture (without bulbs) from Home Depot and the T8 fixture with the LED bulbs is better and was a fraction of the price.
The current T8s from Costco don't work with older ballasts. The previous ones *green package) worked with absolutely any fixture, the new ones only work with new ballasts (less than 20 years old :-) )
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frostiex wrote: does this operate on pull string?
If you have 2 connected...can you just pull the 1st light's string?
Yes and yes, but says not to link more than 8.
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Can these be hardwired and run off a switch?
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maddmaxx308 wrote: Hows their return policy? This looks great.
they've got top notch returns no questions asked basically lifetime on anything, always have
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I've got a very old garage that had knob and tube torn out of it and never replaced, we mostly use it for storage but I've set up a small woodworking shop(mitre saw, table saw, router) in there for some projects. Would it be safe to install two of these and run an extension cord? I would only plug it in when using it, but would have everything plugged into an outdoor rated power bar so I just need to hook the extension to that to use my tools and have proper lighting.
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rtookey wrote: Can these be hardwired and run off a switch?
you "can" hardwire anything.. just cut off the plug and wire it in.
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