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Torchstar via Amazon [amazon.com] has 12/6/4 Pack 10W 4 Inch Low Profile Ultra-Thin Recessed Ceiling Light with Junction Box, ETL and Energy Star (Vairous Temp) on sale from $32.32 from maximum 30% OFF. Shipping is Free.

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These are just what I was looking for. They're thin enough to fit in tight spots but they also have the little wings to clip onto the drywall and 3000k too.
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I wish these had swivel/tilt versions. Have angled roof I need to install these in.
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I bought some of these they were a brighter white 5000k I think, but they had a weird color to them.
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Anyone use this brand before? Fakespot didn't give it a good review :-/
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Quote from breaktheground
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I wish these had swivel/tilt versions. Have angled roof I need to install these in.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Comme.../306079882

these have adjustable color output as well
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I have 25 of these in 4000k in my living/dining/kitchen and love them!!! I have 6 more that I will be installing in my master bath, and am trying to find a reason to buy more.very easy install, and don't really need to watch out for rafters as these are 1/2" thick ( sheetrock thickness)
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Looks like the 6" ones are on sale too:
https://smile.amazon.com/TORCHSTA...B07FFQSQB9
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Quote from tsigwing
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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Comme.../306079882 [homedepot.com]

these have adjustable color output as well
I'm wary of buying LED fixtures from Home Depot after having bought a couple that have a 60hz 'flicker' to them. Not to mention those ones you linked are 3-4x more expensive each.
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I have 25 of these in 4000k in my living/dining/kitchen and love them!!! I have 6 more that I will be installing in my master bath, and am trying to find a reason to buy more.very easy install, and don't really need to watch out for rafters as these are 1/2" thick ( sheetrock thickness)
I bought a 12pk of 3000k ones a while back (different brand maybe).. so far I've only installed 2 in my garage... would like to put a bunch more in various rooms but haven't felt like blowing holes in my ceilings and dealing with the resulting insulation mess.
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I have these all over my house attached to lutron caseta switches. 2 huge thumbs up from me. I have both 4" and 6" 4000k and the colors match (which i was a little worried about). I have nothing but praise for these little lights.
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I have 60 of the 5000K installed in my house and I wish they were this cheap before! I haven't had a single problem with any after I changed my dimmers to LED compatible ones
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I just installed 6" in Daylight yesterday, they are the best, 4" are too small depending on the room size!
$45 for 6 pack!
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/...ZMPF&psc=1
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I have a dropped ceiling (small 10" squares) in a rental unit. Any idea if these would be light enough to install in the ceiling without making the tiles fall down?
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Anyone use this brand before? Fakespot didn't give it a good review :-/
These are low grade please use halo , philips , lithonia any name brands
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These are low grade please use halo , philips , lithonia any name brands
Work great in my kitchen.
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