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22inch 120w LED Work Light Bar $32 FB Amazon

Bluiemonster 559 313 August 30, 2016 at 09:54 AM in Other More Amazon Deals
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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NAO3H3U

Features:
Brand new and high quality.
Long life span and stable performance.
The bracket is easy to install.
Low consumption energy saving.
Waterproof and anti-corrosion , can be used in the rain or harsh environments.
Shake-proof ,because of Aluminum Casing.
Can be installed on different trucks, SUVs, cars, ships and other means of transport.

Package Include:
120W LED Light
Mounting brackets
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If this is anything like other identical cheap light bars I've tested, it isn't 120W. Likely closer to 80W, or equivalent to two non-halogen headlights in total output (7000 lumens). Headlights will have more throw, and the light bar will have more foreground flood.

Decent general use lights for the price and the housings are a good value (good to reuse with higher quality electrics and LEDs). Not sure long term reliability - they use the cheapest electrical components. Of course illegal to use on roads.
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Quote from Masejoer View Post :
If this is anything like other identical cheap light bars I've tested, it isn't 120W. Likely closer to 80W, or equivalent to two non-halogen headlights in total output (7000 lumens). Headlights will have more throw, and the light bar will have more foreground flood.

Decent general use lights for the price and the housings are a good value (good to reuse with higher quality electrics and LEDs). Not sure long term reliability - they use the cheapest electrical components. Of course illegal to use on roads.
You are being way too kind and generous. More like 50~60W. Fake reviews galore. LMAOLMAOLMAO
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Quote from sphere2040 View Post :
You are being way too kind and generous. More like 50~60W. Fake reviews galore. LMAOLMAOLMAO
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How would this compare to my 22" combo AUXBEAM 120watt 12,000 lumen light bar, also purchased at Amazon?
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How would this compare to my 22" combo AUXBEAM 120watt 12,000 lumen light bar, also purchased at Amazon?
Likely similar to this, BUT, I have some of the small 6-LED AUXBEAM units that I purchased for the well-heatsinked housings, and they outperform their specifications in stock form. All the similar products seem the same. As you go up in size, you get less power out of each LED - the electronics aren't built to provide adequate power.

Just like how generic flashlights claim 1000-1300 lumens from one LED - the LED itself may peak at that in the product line (not necessarily with the cheap LED bins that the products use), but the electronics only provide enough power for a few hundred lumens. Not necessarily a bad thing - it means lower power draw, and if using batteries, longer runtime.

My 32" bars pulling 140W for $20 were a good value. If the electronics die, they're easy to upgrade.
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