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Adjust color of light w/ a switch (soft white, bright white, or daylight); 22W of energy saving LEDs w/ dimmable feature of 120V/1430 lumens. Matches perfectly w/ most stainless steel appliances and decor. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Since the Costco deal is sold out I went searching for some cheap kitchen lights, I found these two on sale at Home Depot.

Bott are $16.97 free store pickup or free shipping on orders of $45 or more
14 in. Square

https://www.homedepot.com/p/301776919 NLA

15 in. Round

https://www.homedepot.com/p/301776926
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I have one of these and didn't care for it. Few notes....
- It throws light on the ceiling in a little ring around it. Looks a bit odd, like it is leaking light, but it's just the way it installs where there is a small space for light to be thrown up on the ceiling instead of downward.
- LEDs can be seen a little under the cover.
- Super light plastic-y feeling and looking. Wish they made the cover out of something more substantial like glass.

Personally think this is fine for any utility type space, but for more visible and higher traffic interior areas you may want something nicer.
My only concern is, how long this will last? Easy to replace a bulb in a fixture than the whole fixture when it goes bad. Sorry maybe a stupid question

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Are these good for replacing old style bulb light fixtures in walk in closets and hallways?
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Are these good for replacing old style bulb light fixtures in walk in closets and hallways?
Yes, this would work perfectly.
I replaced the lights in both of my son's rooms with something similar and they light up their rooms as well as 2 40w bulbs... If not better.
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Yes, this would work perfectly.
I replaced the lights in both of my son's rooms with something similar and they light up their rooms as well as 2 40w bulbs... If not better.
My only concern is, how long this will last? Easy to replace a bulb in a fixture than the whole fixture when it goes bad. Sorry maybe a stupid question
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Are they good for wet locations?
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My only concern is, how long this will last? Easy to replace a bulb in a fixture than the whole fixture when it goes bad. Sorry maybe a stupid question
You're correct it'd definitely be an annoyance to swap a light fixture but being LED and for the few hours a day that the lights are on (when there isn't a friggin Pandemic...) I'm not too worried about longevity... Plus, its only mounted with like 3 screws and a couple wire nuts... It'd be replaced within 15min.
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Looks pretty decent and good output too. 1430 lumens, dimmable, and adjustable color temp. on each of them.
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These types don't last, you will end up replacing everything.
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I have one of these and didn't care for it. Few notes....
- It throws light on the ceiling in a little ring around it. Looks a bit odd, like it is leaking light, but it's just the way it installs where there is a small space for light to be thrown up on the ceiling instead of downward.
- LEDs can be seen a little under the cover.
- Super light plastic-y feeling and looking. Wish they made the cover out of something more substantial like glass.

Personally think this is fine for any utility type space, but for more visible and higher traffic interior areas you may want something nicer.
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I have one of these and didn't care for it. Few notes....
- It throws light on the ceiling in a little ring around it. Looks a bit odd, like it is leaking light, but it's just the way it installs where there is a small space for light to be thrown up on the ceiling instead of downward.
- LEDs can be seen a little under the cover.
- Super light plastic-y feeling and looking. Wish they made the cover out of something more substantial like glass.

Personally think this is fine for any utility type space, but for more visible and higher traffic interior areas you may want something nicer.
Do you have the round or square one, I'm trying to decide to get this or wait for the Costco one to come back in stock.
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I went ahead and purchased 6 of them... gonna replace some 20 year old bulb fixtures in a few places around the house that. I went with the square ones. I seen a couple of these in a new construction and looked really nice.
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Or just use led bulbs in your existing fixtures at $3-5 a piece 🤷🏼 ♀️
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Oh man. That's ugly
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I have one of these and didn't care for it. Few notes....
- It throws light on the ceiling in a little ring around it. Looks a bit odd, like it is leaking light, but it's just the way it installs where there is a small space for light to be thrown up on the ceiling instead of downward.
- LEDs can be seen a little under the cover.
- Super light plastic-y feeling and looking. Wish they made the cover out of something more substantial like glass.

Personally think this is fine for any utility type space, but for more visible and higher traffic interior areas you may want something nicer.
Good observations. I think this is the type of light you would need to see in person before buying. I saw a similar round light on their site (not on sale) that looked a lot nicer without those finger looking things on the side.
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