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Old 02-08-2013, 04:45 PM
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Originally Posted by beewang View Post
I have LED lights placed at the lights where they are lit all-night.

They use practically no power and seems to last forever (haven't had any problems to date)

I bought mine from Costco, and the prices are dropping as scale of production increses in the past 2 years.

But for the time being, I think CFB Flood light is still ALOT cheaper than LED Floodlights and it may be another year or 2 until it makes Economic sense to switch LED Flood lights

cheers,

beewang
Thanks Bee I didn't find any at Costco online. I will have to brave the warehouse to see what they've got.

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Originally Posted by BlaZinMJ3 View Post
Both of my restaurants have been completely replaced with led lights and floods. One of my restaurants is open 24 hours, so they are on 24 hours a day.

It's a pricey investment, but a smart one as they have already paid for themselves in the 2 years I've had them.

I went through an LED wholesale company and they come with a free no hassle replacement service if a bulb goes out.
I am going through a bulb a month in my kitchen and it just seems like such as waste. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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Originally Posted by ssamols View Post
I have used Home Depot branded bulbs (ecosmart) and they work well, PAR 20 and PAR 30. Just note the bulb color as it makes a real difference. Bright white is good for indoors while day light is better for outside.
Thanks. I am trying some 2700K (what they call warm white) PAR 38 in my family room and so far I really like them

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Originally Posted by BLT View Post
If you want to see all of your options go to http://www.polar-ray.com/ We put some of these in our old house in San Jose and they were bright, http://www.polar-ray.com/Cree-LR6C_p_2.html much better than most of the screw in bulbs I have tried. Of course it all depends on your budget.
Thanks, I'll check them out

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Originally Posted by wyb View Post
take a look at http://www.solarilluminations.com/ac...ot_lights.html

Go LED + solar!

(this site is one of our customers - they're based in Florida)
I don't think they have what I am looking for but thanks
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