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Sea Gull Flush Mount Ceiling Light Fixtures: 12" W Windgate (Heirloom Bronze) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has select Sea Gull Lighting Flush Mount Ceiling Light fixtures on sale. Select Free Curbside Pickup; Shipping is Free on orders of $45+build.com [build.com] - Shipping is Free on orders over $49.Lowe's
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Thanks for posting I got 4 of the 12" Windgate with bulbs for new hallway lighting and saved $124
had to eat the $7.99 shipping but still worth it
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For the best aesthetics, don't these get installed in pairs?
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1990 is calling. It wants it's light back.
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Quote from FHRITP :
1990 is calling. It wants it's light back.
Yep quite an upgrade in my 1972 built home Wink

Just curious whats a $7 light including a bulb look like in 2021 ?
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Buy an extra pair and store away. I've had 2 fail out of about 12 and you never know if they'll still have the same style available when it happens.
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I have 8 of these kind of brushed nickel light fixtures in our home built in 2003.
They look and work fine and they use standard screw in bulbs. Replaced with free or cheap LED bulbs from Focus on Engery, etc. . . . and they look and work great with the cleaner 5K LED replacement lighting.

As far as "dated" goes.

Wait 10, 15, 20 years and the styles will all be back. In 2003 . . .We painted our kitchen a light flagstone gray to go with a contrasting gray counter tops and while appliances.
Guess what. .. . all the new rage is "gray and white" in everything from wall colors to furnishings.
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My apartment came with these exact fixtures and they fry LED bulbs after about a year. Apparently most LED bulbs are not rated for the heat build-up of enclosed fixtures. It's not a bad batch as the ones I've put in open fixtures have lasted for years.
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Quote from jamesjamerson :
If they turn you on years later, then its still worth it. They all droop after a while though.
facing straight down solves the drooping issue
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I have a couple boob lights in my house that have had the same LED bulbs for 6+ years now. Depends on the brand. My experience- I find Philips to be highly reliable, GE are good too. Cree are absolute garbage. I bought a house full of them back in 2014 and 2/3rds of them died in the first month. I returned all of them.
I too have several boob lights in my house for (ironically) six years. My experience I find phillips pancake bulbs highly reliable, and cree as well. Not a single bulb has burned out because of the bulb itself. I did lose 4 or 5 (phillips, cree, incandescent) because the contact was not pushing against the bulbs good enough.

My cree's are several of the "4flow" model, all enclosed fixtures, some outside, some inside.
I also have two of the cree's with the big massive heatsink on the bottom, that ARE NOT for enclosed fixtures trucking strong, in non enclosed fixtures.
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I married someone with boob lights. They are the most expensive lights I have ever owned.
Did you replace them after you got married? How many watt light bulb did you install? You like them warm or cool. Still working fine? Can you post pic?
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Had these, they all failed in 6 months, the heat management on them must be utterly terrible
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Do any body know what the diameter of the glass dome is?
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I have a couple boob lights in my house that have had the same LED bulbs for 6+ years now. Depends on the brand. My experience- I find Philips to be highly reliable, GE are good too. Cree are absolute garbage. I bought a house full of them back in 2014 and 2/3rds of them died in the first month. I returned all of them.
^ this. Cree is garbage as is Sylvania and all of the cheapened out re-brands like Great Value etc. The only downside is sometimes Philips used to hum, but I think they addressed that a handful of years ago. Cree used to be so bad, they would literally fall apart from their own heat. The glue they used would separate and half the thing would come crashing down onto the ground (for fixtures that pointed down). The irony is that cree boasted their stuff could even be used in enclosed fixtures which was laughable. Sure they have fixed the issues but they screwed quite a number of customers when LEDs were $10 a pop, and continued tricking them with fancy marketing campaigns (using that one actor from the Wire a lot, I forget his name)
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The trim on these looks like a dull coke can inside. Bought 4 for a rental so ehhh but my house NO WAY...

super cheap looking but they ARE super cheap sooo.... LoL.
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I just took most of mine down. One thing about boobie lights though, they give off great light
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