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Those wafer style recessed lights are awesome. I don't know why anyone would go with the other ones. I highly recommend them. I was able to mound them directly under studs without a problem (as in, a stud was going right through the center of the hole). Good prices too.
Someone commented on another similar deal recently that because the light source is so close to the bezel that you basically get glare from these lights from wherever you are in the room, whichever direction you're looking. Any validity to that?
Wafers all the way. Can housings are very 1970. And FYI, LED wafers are about the same price as LED inserts for the cans. Someone commenting that you are stuck with them, you're not. You can change them for the same price as changing a can insert, and it only takes a couple minutes to swap. I flip homes for a living and have done thousands of recessed lights over my career. Once the canless wafers came out, we've not done a single can-type since. Wafers are cheaper, easier, faster.

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Those wafer style recessed lights are awesome. I don't know why anyone would go with the other ones. I highly recommend them. I was able to mound them directly under studs without a problem (as in, a stud was going right through the center of the hole). Good prices too.
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Those wafer style recessed lights are awesome. I don't know why anyone would go with the other ones. I highly recommend them. I was able to mound them directly under studs without a problem (as in, a stud was going right through the center of the hole). Good prices too.
Intriguing...we have a centrally mounted box in the ceiling and I've been thinking about how to get 6-8 lights to replace it (spread out). Do these wafers have a plug&play expansion option (like cabinet under mounts) or does each one require separate power box?
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Those wafer style recessed lights are awesome. I don't know why anyone would go with the other ones. I highly recommend them. I was able to mound them directly under studs without a problem (as in, a stud was going right through the center of the hole). Good prices too.
Someone commented on another similar deal recently that because the light source is so close to the bezel that you basically get glare from these lights from wherever you are in the room, whichever direction you're looking. Any validity to that?
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Those wafer style recessed lights are awesome. I don't know why anyone would go with the other ones. I highly recommend them. I was able to mound them directly under studs without a problem (as in, a stud was going right through the center of the hole). Good prices too.
Once installed you're kind of stuck with it. If the kelvin of the light isn't your thing you can't just change a bulb. That's the only downside I see but it's a big enough one that I won't use them.
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Intriguing...we have a centrally mounted box in the ceiling and I've been thinking about how to get 6-8 lights to replace it (spread out). Do these wafers have a plug&play expansion option (like cabinet under mounts) or does each one require separate power box?

Each light has their own junction box. You run Romex wire from power, into the box. You can then branch off and add more lights. So technically, you can replace one light with a wafer light, then branch off of that light and add more in whatever way you want. You already have a complete circuit (from replacing that one light), so the others pull power from there. I've never done anything such as this before and I was able to wire in 9 into my basement off of 2 track lights that were there previously.
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Does this replace can lights or is this for adding lights? I've been looking at downlights.
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Once installed you're kind of stuck with it. If the kelvin of the light isn't your thing you can't just change a bulb. That's the only downside I see but it's a big enough one that I won't use them.
That's true. I got warm first, didn't think I'd like them, so cancelled and got the Soft White. Definitely happy with what I went. On Amazon, they have ones that you can change the color via a small switch. Just remove the light, adjust the switch on the junction box and change the color that way.



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Does this replace can lights or is this for adding lights? I've been looking at downlights.
If you're doing a remodel and you already have can lights, you can get new bulbs that have the different design with it. Or, if you have a current light fixture that you want to replace with a recessed light - as I did with my track lighting. The wafer kinds I would say are more for remodel, where you don't want to have to deal with inserting a "remodel style can light" into the ceiling. Super slim, fits under studs, no problems. You could absolutely use the waver styles for new construction as well - my parents did this in their kitchen and cousin in his basement. In my parents kitchen, the builders did the recessed lighting, but it wasn't centered above the counter tops properly. They just looked weird not spaced evenly in front of the cabinets and counters - due to stud locations. The builders are fixing this problem using the wafer lights, placing them where my parents want them.
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Can these be used in place of existing can lights ? please let me know if you are aware
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Can these be used in place of existing can lights ? please let me know if you are aware
Costco has replacement bulbs that look like these but screw into recessed lighting cans with the surround 2 for $14
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Me and my damn 5" recessed light house. Ugh
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Once installed you're kind of stuck with it. If the kelvin of the light isn't your thing you can't just change a bulb. That's the only downside I see but it's a big enough one that I won't use them.
As said below, I've used the versions with a switch on the j-box, which gives you the ability to swap temps. Nice feature.
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Lithonia makes fantastic, high quality products. These are far better than the cheap wafer/recessed lights all over Amazon.
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Can these be installed between floor joists in a basement ceiling? No "ceiling" per se; just going to paint everything up there black.

Or do I need a more traditional "can" fixture to mount up there?
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