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Lithonia Lighting 8" Wafer Integrated LED Downlight w/ Selectable Color Temp 3000K | 4000K | 5000K $16.25 + FS w/ Prime

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sold/shipped by Amazon [amazon.com] has Lithonia Lighting 8" Ultra Thin Wafer Integrated LED Downlight w/ Selectable Color Temp 3000K | 4000K | 5000K (WF8 SQ B 30K40K50K 90CRI MW M6) for $16.25. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. back in stock

Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Lithonia Lighting 8" Ultra Thin Wafter Integrated LED Downlight w/ Selectable Color Temp 3000K | 4000K | 5000K (WF8 SQ B 30K40K50K 90CRI MW M6) for $16.25 w/ Free Curbside Pickup; Shipping is free on orders of $45+
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  • 21W produces 1780 Lumens
  • Switchable white allows 3000K, 4000K, 5000K control (1590, 1720 or 1780 Lumens)
  • 90 CRI
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you save a whole $1.29 pffst!
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not a good deal, but i have the 4 inch version of theses in the eaves of my house and they are super bright, recommend putting them on a dimmer
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Just type "recessed lighting" on Amazon and you'll find better deals.
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Just type "recessed lighting" on Amazon and you'll find better deals.
First the comparison was made against one ALSO on sale at HD, second I wouldn't compare most some off brand lights to LL because with some you can see the difference. Cheapest at local HD canless made by HALO are $15 for 4" and $17 for 6" which is still pretty good price IMO. At Lowe's you're looking at $30+ for something that might be somewhat close in quality to LL. I did buy over 100 of 4&6" from amazon from different sellers and some are decent quality while some looked barely passable. I prefer round ones though since it's easier to "align" hole bit square ones look different and nicer for more "modern" look.
P.S. don't confuse these with retrofit LED recessed lights which can be as cheap as $3-5, you still need new or existing enclosure for those under most codes (I've seen cut off ends connected by wire nuts directly to Romex wire inside the ceiling without any junction boxes but I'm sure it wouldn't pass most electrical codes for sure).
The convenience of these is that they're usually 1/2" or less thick so if you cut a whole and it happens a stud or duct is above it usually it's still possible to install as long as you get space for the box and spring clamps to fit.
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Planning to install on 2 story room , so looking to change bulb temperature using remote or switch . How do u change bulb temperature in this light? is switch attached to the fixture?
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Planning to install on 2 story room , so looking to change bulb temperature using remote or switch . How do u change bulb temperature in this light? is switch attached to the fixture?
picture shows a switch to change color
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Planning to install on 2 story room , so looking to change bulb temperature using remote or switch . How do u change bulb temperature in this light? is switch attached to the fixture?
The switch to change the color temperature is attached - here's close up from HD product page


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you save a whole $1.29 pffst!
Adds up when you need to buy a couple dozen
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Keep in mind you'll need to cut a perfect 8" hole in your ceiling. I returned mine because I didn't have a good cutting tool and switching out the light would be a huge pain.
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Keep in mind you'll need to cut a perfect 8" hole in your ceiling. I returned mine because I didn't have a good cutting tool and switching out the light would be a huge pain.
For round ones they have hole saws that designed for exact size, for square I made my own template out of thin piece of plywood (or even shipping box) and use multi tool with carbide teeth blade to make perfect cuts, sawzall and knife is also and option but take more effort.
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For round ones they have hole saws that designed for exact size, for square I made my own template out of thin piece of plywood (or even shipping box) and use multi tool with carbide teeth blade to make perfect cuts, sawzall and knife is also and option but take more effort.
Yeah the hole saw only works for new install. In my case I wanted to replace an existing light.
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Yeah the hole saw only works for new install. In my case I wanted to replace an existing light.
I understand your pain. You have to take our the old box/can from previous light, not just the cone. That's the problem. cutting square hole is simple.
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Yeah the hole saw only works for new install. In my case I wanted to replace an existing light.
I'm confused by what you mean...

If you have an existing hole, and you're trying to cut a bigger one out....

Don't you just find the invisible center and bore it out?

I've done it before, so i know it's possible... unless i'm missing something?
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Anyone know the CRI on this? Assuming it's 80.
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