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Zoplite via Amazon [amazon.com] has 4 Pk 4FT Linkable LED Shop Light 36W (250W Equivalent) in 5000K Daylight for $38.49. Clip 30% off coupon. Shipping is free.

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Last Edited by Ernie September 3, 2020 at 06:10 AM
I purchased these this a.m. (9/3 @ 8:05 a.m. ET) with the 30% coupon, so it's not quite dead if you are still interested...
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i got those last time they went on sale.
when i first got them i was kinda disspointed, feel so cheap and light weight, i was worry about them not being enough of light. but after i installed them i changed my mind. they are super bright and i am very happy with the result.
My experience exactly. I'm still a little skeptical about how long they will last, time will tell.
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FYI: Don't use the included crap tiny screws, they strip easy and don't stay in teh slots! Get quality screws with a bigger head that just fits into the slots if you screw them into the ceiling or wood. These are very bright and Iplug them into my garage door opener with socket adapters so they turn on when garage door opens.
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There is another company selling the exact same 4pk lights for the exact same price after discount. There is a 6pk also with a coupon and a 10 pk. as well. I needed 8 so I was able to buy two 4pks with coupons(from seperate sellers). Just a heads up in case you need more than four lights. You can find all these just looking on the same page at the similar items for sale.
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I just purchased more of these. My purchase history shows I bought this exact set a year ago for a few bucks cheaper. As others said, they are crazy light weight, cheap plastic, but put out a lot of light for the money. I have 4 of them and set of 4 others in the garage. I'm very happy with them. I probably run them about 20 hours a week on average, maybe a little more, mostly weekends and they have held up great. I have mine hung by hooks with the chains.
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Anyone use these in a video recording studio?
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Gatekeeper? But where's the key master??
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In for one! Ready to light-up the garage!
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Found this while reading all the good posts.

Freelicht Led T5 Integrated Single Fixture(10Pack), 4FT 22W 2200LM 6000K Led Tube Light, Linkable Led Shop Light for Garage, Corded Electric with Built-in ON/Off Switch
Price:$49.99 ($5.00 / Count) & FREE Return 10% extra savings coupon applied at checkout

Gives you equivalent of 5 doubles for about $45
comes with clips and 8 short (seemless) power links and 8x 20" connector cables plus 5 power connectors (connector with bare wire that you wire) and 5x 5 ft switch cables

Lots of options plus 6000k
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087M321JS
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Where do i find the coupon?
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In terms of light output I'm sure it's the same, however these plastic tubes do not compare to the build quality and aesthetics of the honeywell/feit ones at Sams and Costco. It depends if you're doing a finished garage or a shed out back.

Even better are the traditional 4' fluorescent shop lights in the all metal enclosures. If you already have those, just pull out the transformer and you have a lifetime enclosure for 120V LED tube lights which have significantly dropped in price and increased in performance. (You can also get LED tube lights that take the fluorescent transformer voltage 230v or whatever, but then when the transformer burns out...)
I have to agree here. If you buy these cheapo integrated units, then in a thousand hours the electronics die (very common on LED lights as nearly anybody can attest), you are left with having to do the project all over again with different mounting points for new fixtures. Just go with an old school metal fixture, unwire the ballasts, and install 120v LED replacement tubes which are now super cheap but take 2 minutes to replace.

Everything in our lives is getting more integrated, which amounts to it being throw-away. Example: I have three beautiful matching 3-light fixtures with flush "lifetime" LEDs in my kitchen that are custom painted to match the finish of the living room fixtures which were custom made. One of the constant current dimmable regulators died in TWO years in the kitchen lamps. Guess what...you cannot buy the regulator even from the damn electronics manufacturer! Well, I replaced it with a similar one, but it of course does not dim along the same response curve as the others. Now, my solution is to take all three down and rebuild them. Never again. Use fixtures with bulbs. When the crappy integrated electronics in the bulb die, you can upgrade all the bulb without having a big project. Rant over. Don't buy integrated fixtures.

(I know we will never win the battle against stuff getting crappier...but there are still some less bad choices out there that don't cost an arm and a leg. Perhaps we're nearing the peak of our throw-away society, perhaps not.)
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Found this while reading all the good posts.

Freelicht Led T5 Integrated Single Fixture(10Pack), 4FT 22W 2200LM 6000K Led Tube Light, Linkable Led Shop Light for Garage, Corded Electric with Built-in ON/Off Switch
Price:$49.99 ($5.00 / Count) & FREE Return 10% extra savings coupon applied at checkout

Gives you equivalent of 5 doubles for about $45
comes with clips and 8 short (seemless) power links and 8x 20" connector cables plus 5 power connectors (connector with bare wire that you wire) and 5x 5 ft switch cables

Lots of options plus 6000k
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087M321JS
Thank you. Got this one instead.
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not seeing the coupon. I am seeing it on this deal tho.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...48dfac0INT
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Now $46 after %15 off cupon
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I have to agree here. If you buy these cheapo integrated units, then in a thousand hours the electronics die (very common on LED lights as nearly anybody can attest), you are left with having to do the project all over again with different mounting points for new fixtures. Just go with an old school metal fixture, unwire the ballasts, and install 120v LED replacement tubes which are now super cheap but take 2 minutes to replace.

Everything in our lives is getting more integrated, which amounts to it being throw-away. Example: I have three beautiful matching 3-light fixtures with flush "lifetime" LEDs in my kitchen that are custom painted to match the finish of the living room fixtures which were custom made. One of the constant current dimmable regulators died in TWO years in the kitchen lamps. Guess what...you cannot buy the regulator even from the damn electronics manufacturer! Well, I replaced it with a similar one, but it of course does not dim along the same response curve as the others. Now, my solution is to take all three down and rebuild them. Never again. Use fixtures with bulbs. When the crappy integrated electronics in the bulb die, you can upgrade all the bulb without having a big project. Rant over. Don't buy integrated fixtures.

(I know we will never win the battle against stuff getting crappier...but there are still some less bad choices out there that don't cost an arm and a leg. Perhaps we're nearing the peak of our throw-away society, perhaps not.)
your info is very much appreciated but i'm not sure were you get 1000 hrs when the description for these lights says 50,000 hrs
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