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YMMV - 4 inch Lithonia Lighting Wafer - Lowes- $7.99

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As stated, YMMV, but I've found them at multiple stores and Brickseek shows stock at a lot of different stores in cities I used to live.

I was able to snag 80 for a build I'm doing. Unfortunately I purchased a bunch at $10.75 before I found them for $7.99.

The Lowes website will state the price in your chosen store, but will indicate it is not available for online purchase.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Lithonia...1002792194

Also, here is the Brickseek link:

https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1002792194

Good luck!!

The 4-inch round Wafer™ LED Downlight with Switchable White provides high-quality light output and efficiency featuring a switch for easy color temperature adjustment from warm white to daylight during installation - while eliminating the need for recessed housings. The innovative, slim design allows for easy retrofit, remodel or new construction installation from below the ceiling. The Wafer LED downlight is wet location listed – making it ideal for use in a breadth of outdoor residential, hospitality, commercial and multifamily applications.
This innovative wafer-slim design allows easy installation for new construction or remodel from below the ceiling without the requirement of a pot light housing for insulation, it easily replaces up to 65 watt incandescent downlights

Energy star certified by using minimal watts and providing the lumens needed to light the room

Easily dim to 10% to adjust the brightness of your space

IC rated – safe to install in direct contact with insulation and wet location listed making it ideal to use in covered outdoor areas or bathrooms

Ideal for shallow ceiling plenum which you will need 4-in of ceiling space for install; spring clip for easy install and includes 4-inch cut out template is provided to ensure a correct sized hole is cut into ceiling for proper install of the trim

The LED module maintains at least 70 percent light output for up to 36,000 hours at 6 hours a day every day, the light would last for over 16 years

Wafer-thin downlight edge-lit LED technology provides even illumination throughout the space with a finishing touch of a matte white trim

Emergency battery currently not available

Buy with confidence, 5-year limited warranty
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Does the driver need to be mounted or can it just sit on top of the lamp?
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Does the driver need to be mounted or can it just sit on top of the lamp?
It has screws for if you want to mount it, but it can just be slid in the hole and rest on the drywall.

Being my studs are all still exposed, I'll be mounting mine
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Nice - looks like 5k temperature
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Nice - looks like 5k temperature
Looks like it has a switch to go from 3/4/5k
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Nice - looks like 5k temperature
3, 4, or 5 - It has a switch on the box.
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Quote from syscompany :
Nice - looks like 5k temperature
Actually it looks like there is a switch on the control box and you can choose 3K, 4K or 5K. A nice feature. OP can you confirm that color temperature is selectable?
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3, 4, or 5 - It has a switch on the box.
Thanks for confirming, I was hoping it was but then the specs said 5K - I wish the 6in lights were on clearance too, not sure if I could get away with 4
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Quote from discoattheprom :
Does the driver need to be mounted or can it just sit on top of the lamp?

Lay it on the ceiling

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgmSukybivo


Product a contractor would love. If your putting this in sheet rock I would suggest reinforcing the hole in the event you need to remove it.
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Grabbed a bunch for a reno. Thanks!
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Is that easy to remove old can and install this can-less one?
To remove old can, do I need to go to attic ? or just pulling down the can from room ceiling?
thank you
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Quote from syscompany :
Thanks for confirming, I was hoping it was but then the specs said 5K - I wish the 6in lights were on clearance too, not sure if I could get away with 4
NP.

Why don't you think you could get away with 4"?


I too originally wanted 6 for the garage, but I have 4" in my main homes hallway, bedroom, living room...but have 6" in my kitchen. Don't really notice any difference in output.

Being the back building is a new build, I figured I could just do 4" everywhere. Especially since they are dimmable, and exterior rates, I'm using them in the soffet and open patio as well. And the price was too good to pass up!
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Is that easy to remove old can and install this can-less one?
To remove old can, do I need to go to attic ? or just pulling down the can from room ceiling?
thank you
The can is anchored to a stud. You do not want to pull it down unless you plan on replacing drywall.
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The can is anchored to a stud. You do not want to pull it down unless you plan on replacing drywall.
thank you. So I have to go to attic

or, can I simply discard the can, just pulling wires from the can?
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Is that easy to remove old can and install this can-less one?
To remove old can, do I need to go to attic ? or just pulling down the can from room ceiling?
thank you
Don't remove old can, just get something that works with what you have
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