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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has select Lithonia Lighting Integrated LED Color Temperature Selectable Ultra Thin Recessed Downlight on sale. Shipping is free on orders of $45+limited stock: sold/shipped by Amazon has select Lithonia Lighting Integrated LED Color Temperature Selectable Ultra Thin Recessed Downlight on sale. Shipping is free for Prime members; otherwise $25+
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Does each light require the control box to be left in the ceiling also?
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On the one hand this looks dumb as hell. On the other hand, I kinda want one. What's wrong with me?
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Suitable for wet locations. With the narrow design and remote driver box, the Wafer LED can be installed in confined, hard to reach spaces such as outside soffits
I think I am going to try some in my soffits, have been looking for an option for outdoor lighting
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I have a bunch of the 8" round ones in my finished basement (although they have the white finish). Replaced old flourescent lighting with these in a dropped ceiling. Have had them for about two years with dimmers. They work great. Highly recommend.
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I have a bunch of the 8" round ones in my finished basement (although they have the white finish). Replaced old flourescent lighting with these in a dropped ceiling. Have had them for about two years with dimmers. They work great. Highly recommend.
How bright do these get?
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Manufacturer's product page here [acuitybrands.com] with lots of performance and design specs.

Brightness is 1580-1850 lumens depending on color temperature (3000K > 3500K > 2700K for the warm model, 4000K > 5000K > 3000K for the cool model). The round model is slightly brighter and more efficient (lumens/watt) than the square model.
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How bright do these get?
There are a bunch of different models here, but I just pulled the spec sheet from Lithonia's web site, 1 model puts out 1620 lumens at the 3000 kelvin setting. By way of comparison, I just bought some 6" LED can trims that put out 675 lumens. So to answer your question, these are bright! They have 90+ CRI which is great, but they only dim down to 10%, which is meh. Personally, I would rather have multiple 4" wafer lights spread out around a room than to have fewer 8" lights; but that's just my personal preference. Here is a link to the spec sheet from Lithonia: https://img.acuitybrands.com/public-assets/catalog/854638/wf8-mvolt.pdf?abl_version=05%2f28%2f2020+2... [acuitybrands.com]

Edit: Looks like home depot has a 4" square wafer light for $14.85. Not bad
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Litho.../303722117
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What does "Selectable" mean? Just wondering.
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Does each light require the control box to be left in the ceiling also?
Yes, the box is the electrical junction box where the 120V line is converted to low voltage for the light. Every light will have one.
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Yes, the box is the electrical junction box where the 120V line is converted to low voltage for the light. Every light will have one.
I saw that after I posted. Does that box get mounted to a joist or just tucked in with the insulation of the attic? These seem like they wouldn't work to well in slanted ceilings because the box would want to slide
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What does "Selectable" mean? Just wondering.
Looks like you can pick the color/kelvins. If you want yellow light, white light, blueish light
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bought these at menards for a few bucks cheaper (different brand but identical housing and features). Super easy to install. All you need is a wire coming to it and cut a round hole. Leave the connection box in the ceiling.
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I saw that after I posted. Does that box get mounted to a joist or just tucked in with the insulation of the attic? These seem like they wouldn't work to well in slanted ceilings because the box would want to slide
The ones I attached to soffit could either be screwed in or left loose. I left loose but tacked the wire down so it's not going anywhere.
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My friend owns an electrical company and has been installing these in 6 inch round for years. Great product. The new ones have an adjustable switch for the 4k, 5k, & 6k. Gonna install these in my soffit. They do come with a gasket for wet locations.
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