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Tekvilla via Amazon has 3-Pack LED Under Cabinet Light (12"L, 3000K) on sale for $29.99 - $18.59 w/ promo code D6FKPEWP = $11.40. Shipping is free. Thanks Jess96
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3-Pack LED Under Cabinet Light [amazon.com](12W 900 Lumens). Free Shipping with Amazon Prime. Sold by Albrillo through Amazon.
  • Was $29.99, now $11.40 w/Code: D6FKPEWP
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6000K is close to natural, pure white, sunlight. 3000K is a similar to incandescent yellowish light (which is around 2700K), but will be slightly whiter than an incandescent bulb.
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Personal preference I guess. I prefer warm white. If the listed lumen is accurate, 900 is plenty bright.
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Does anyone know if there is a coupon code for the 6000k version?
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got one. thanks
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Great price but in the same boat as aracher and need 6000K
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Tried. Not working on 6000k. Will pass
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I'm always curious if these 6000k under the cabinet lights will work as good fish/aquarium substitute lights. Any know?
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So why 6000K? Is 3000K (WARM) temp not good for under-the-cabinet lighting?
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Thanks. Got two. Code good on multiple quantity.
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So why 6000K? Is 3000K (WARM) temp not good for under-the-cabinet lighting?
Personal preference I guess. I prefer warm white. If the listed lumen is accurate, 900 is plenty bright.
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Need hard wired units. The Morris lights are not very good. Didn't last long at all.
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So why 6000K? Is 3000K (WARM) temp not good for under-the-cabinet lighting?
Personal preference and also depends on what color temp the other lights in the room are.
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these look great, but i'd love to do a hard wired install instead.
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Personal preference I guess. I prefer warm white. If the listed lumen is accurate, 900 is plenty bright.
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Personal preference and also depends on what color temp the other lights in the room are.
Uhhh, okay, thank you. I prefer warm white too.
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So why 6000K? Is 3000K (WARM) temp not good for under-the-cabinet lighting?
6000K is close to natural, pure white, sunlight. 3000K is a similar to incandescent yellowish light (which is around 2700K), but will be slightly whiter than an incandescent bulb.
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