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LED Garage Lights by Tanbaby - Adjustable, 60W, 6000LM - $25.99 AC

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You'll see this on the product page: "Save an extra $10.00 when you apply this coupon"

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BQV1CMY

This is a dollar cheaper then previously posted deal on SD :https://slickdeals.net/f/13562308-led-garage-lights-by-tanbaby-adjustable-60w-6000lm-27-99-ac

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I have these, they work great. Trying to think up another place I could use them
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was thinking of replacing my two single bulb receptacles in the garage with 8ft long strip lights.
This seems much cheaper and easier. Are the long shop lights still a better idea?
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I've been very interested these when posted previously however many people called them spam/shill posts... thoughts?


Seems a bit expensive ...what do y'all think?
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I Installed this one in my garage 4 months ago and it's still working fine.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Build quality seemed fine and no complaints about the brightness or color. I haven't had it very long so I don't know the long term reliability. FakeSpot has it rated as 'B' while OP's deal is rated 'D' for what it's worth. $10 cheaper too.
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was thinking of replacing my two single bulb receptacles in the garage with 8ft long strip lights.
This seems much cheaper and easier. Are the long shop lights still a better idea?
My garage is the same - came with two bulb outlets. I replaced each with a 4ft. dual-bulb fluorescent fixture 15 years ago... but then upgraded that to LED "tubes" two years ago. It's not permanently wired in as I just used those little screw-in outlets and power the new lights like that.

I don't think I would like going to a light like this vs having the long bulbs because I really enjoy the dispersion I get from the linear lights. And since you're considering 8ft, that's even better. Three (or six across two bulbs) relatively small sources of light might cause funny shadows in comparison.
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I bought this model and a different brand of basically the same model last November 2019. This one, in my basement, is still working and produces an impressive amount of illumination. The other brand was in my garage, produced a similar and satisfying amount of light, and failed at about six months.

​I am assuming they are all of similar quality and do not expect this brand's model to continue working indefinitely. They are great when they work, especially because they occupy much less ceiling space than a tube-based fixture. But I'm not yet convinced that the high price is justified due to my concern over their longevity.

Edited to add: I paid $31 for this in Nov. 2019.
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These do not come with motion sensor.
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This is $5 more but a 2-pack. Not sure how good it is...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08157NQ5S/
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was thinking of replacing my two single bulb receptacles in the garage with 8ft long strip lights.
This seems much cheaper and easier. Are the long shop lights still a better idea?
I put in the shop light and it wasn't hard. My garage light was plugged into an outlet in rafters, so it wasn't hard wired in. So that made it easy. Just had to put in two screws into rafters and hung light on screws and plugged in. If urs is hardwired in and ceiling is finished it will take a little more work, the wiring not the hanging. My set came with screw setup appropriate for Sheetrock.
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I Installed this one in my garage 4 months ago and it's still working fine.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Build quality seemed fine and no complaints about the brightness or color. I haven't had it very long so I don't know the long term reliability. FakeSpot has it rated as 'B' while OP's deal is rated 'D' for what it's worth. $10 cheaper too.
I got those same ones a few moths ago. I was skeptical and only order one set. Wife liked them so much paid full price for another pair to complete the garage, use in the attic.

Massive improvement in the garage. It's almost seems like the garage doors are open on a bright day. Love them, hopefully they last a while.
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This is $5 more but a 2-pack. Not sure how good it is...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08157NQ5S/
I dont think the individual lights are adjustable on these.

I have two similar to the OP and found that being able to adjust the individual bulbs is very helpful getting the light where you need it.

Also, the 3000k version is $28.99 after $5 coupon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NVGBM11/ref=emc_b_5_mob_t
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My garage is the same - came with two bulb outlets. I replaced each with a 4ft. dual-bulb fluorescent fixture 15 years ago... but then upgraded that to LED "tubes" two years ago. It's not permanently wired in as I just used those little screw-in outlets and power the new lights like that.

I don't think I would like going to a light like this vs having the long bulbs because I really enjoy the dispersion I get from the linear lights. And since you're considering 8ft, that's even better. Three (or six across two bulbs) relatively small sources of light might cause funny shadows in comparison.
I like a bright garage, and I did something similar: bought the screw-in electrical plug adapters [amazon.com]. Got the LED tube fixtures at Costco and plugged into the garage door opening using the adapters and it's SO much brighter than using a regular light bulb. In addition, the LED uses less wattage and you can daisy-chain the LED fixtures.
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My garage is the same - came with two bulb outlets. I replaced each with a 4ft. dual-bulb fluorescent fixture 15 years ago... but then upgraded that to LED "tubes" two years ago. It's not permanently wired in as I just used those little screw-in outlets and power the new lights like that.

I don't think I would like going to a light like this vs having the long bulbs because I really enjoy the dispersion I get from the linear lights. And since you're considering 8ft, that's even better. Three (or six across two bulbs) relatively small sources of light might cause funny shadows in comparison.
Thanks, will prob stick with the 8 footers then, had them in the last house. adding it to the electrical bucket list for the new house.
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I dont think the individual lights are adjustable on these.

I have two similar to the OP and found that being able to adjust the individual bulbs is very helpful getting the light where you need it.
The title and photo description say it is adjustable. It also look a little better. For $30 a pair, it is better than the OP deal.

In the old thread referenced by the OP, there were discussions that you can get this from Aliexpress significantly cheaper. I clicked the link and narrowed down to delivery from USA and found the pricing almost the same as Amazon. Some of you probably know that buying stuff on Aliexpress shipped from China takes 2 months or more now...

I ordered the original deal for the Tanbaby 1 piece, then cancelled and got the nicer looking pair posted above. I also found that you can get 1 piece of the same design for $16...
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