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2-Pack YiaMia 6500K 6000 Lumen 60W LED Garage Ceiling Lights EXPIRED

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24Hearing via Amazon has 2-Pack YiaMia 6500K 6000 Lumen 60W LED Garage Ceiling Lights on sale for $17.99 when you apply promotion code 40PREAAM at checkout. Shipping is free.

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I bought this last time and they are really bright and I think 1 is too bright for a 20x20 garage let alone 2 (now you'll need sunglasses lol). The switch action is also almost instant compared top other brands I have which have half a second delay. What I don't like about this particular product is the all plastic material. I don't know if the plastic material will affect longevity because plastic won't dissipate heat. Another cons that I saw is the LED leaves and the center are all connected in a series for a total of ~90v DC. The problem here is if one leaf goes bad, the rest of the leaf will stop working. Other similar LED lights like this have their own independent connection so if one leaf goes bad, other leaves are unaffected. Others are also metal construction acting as passive heat sink. Yes, these things runs hot and the heatsink is important... for longevity and for your house not to burn.
The light switch on your wall.
I replaced six fluorescent ballasts with these in my two garages and then replaced four more lights with these in the attic spaces above those. The amount of light they cast is absolutely amazing. That said, they are so damn bright that it took me about a day or so to get used to them. I was squinting like crazy in my garage, but now they seem normal to me.

Highly, highly recommend.

Just one thing to note - if you are changing out a ceiling can or fluorescent lighting, these lights come with a bulb fixture to wire into the existing fixture. However, in both version of these that I have bought (different companies), the bulb socket fixture is a SMALL fixture, not a medium or large. most any ceiling can or fluorescent junction box is designed for a medium or large setup. These will almost certainly not fit your existing junction setup (unless for some odd reason your electrician was using small boxes which just isn't common). A medium plastic or porcelain socket fixture is only about $1.30 at HD and Lowes. I recommend plastic over porcelain even if the latter does look slightly better. It's just far more fragile.

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I just got two of these and they are awesome! They light up my 3-car garage like Christmas. Not sure how long they'll last but for less than 20 bucks I figured I'd give them a shot. Initial impressions are excellent.
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Looks like a neat product if you can find a simple plug in light socket thingie it'll be easier to do instead of those big shop lights. I bit.
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I bought this last time and they are really bright and I think 1 is too bright for a 20x20 garage let alone 2 (now you'll need sunglasses lol). The switch action is also almost instant compared top other brands I have which have half a second delay. What I don't like about this particular product is the all plastic material. I don't know if the plastic material will affect longevity because plastic won't dissipate heat. Another cons that I saw is the LED leaves and the center are all connected in a series for a total of ~90v DC. The problem here is if one leaf goes bad, the rest of the leaf will stop working. Other similar LED lights like this have their own independent connection so if one leaf goes bad, other leaves are unaffected. Others are also metal construction acting as passive heat sink. Yes, these things runs hot and the heatsink is important... for longevity and for your house not to burn.
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Quote from kherbinoskie :
I bought this last time and they are really bright and I think 1 is too bright for a 20x20 garage let alone 2 (now you'll need sunglasses lol). The switch action is also almost instant compared top other brands I have which have half a second delay. What I don't like about this particular product is the all plastic material. I don't know if the plastic material will affect longevity because plastic won't dissipate heat. Another cons that I saw is the LED leaves and the center are all connected in a series for a total of ~90v DC. The problem here is if one leaf goes bad, the rest of the leaf will stop working. Other similar LED lights like this have their own independent connection so if one leaf goes bad, other leaves are unaffected. Others are also metal construction acting as passive heat sink. Yes, these things runs hot and the heatsink is important... for longevity and for your house not to burn.
Thanks
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Can I use these in a bedroom? edit: nvm, read above comment. thanks.
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I bit for under $20 as my 2.5 car garage doesn't cut it with Regular LEDs
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I bought something like this 2 pack before
Lights up my backyard real well

Can't stare at it though so don't be installing it in the house or somewhere where small children congregate
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How do I turn this on/off? Does it a motion sensor?
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I bought a similar product to this a few months ago for the unfinished side of our basement. Let's just say the first time we turn them on I think the neighbors four houses down might have been able to see the light coming out of our basement windows. They are bright 😳
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Incase you need 4, here's another brand (4 pack) that looks similar for $40:

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B083M...UTF8&psc=1

(note: only mentioning it because you can't use the code on two of the OP ones. Didn't try ordering twice though)
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How do I turn this on/off? Does it a motion sensor?
The light switch on your wall.
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Quote from wolfpackwx :
I bought a similar product to this a few months ago for the unfinished side of our basement. Let's just say the first time we turn them on I think the neighbors four houses down might have been able to see the light coming out of our basement windows. They are bright 😳
Yeah, super bright.
I bought mine 2ish years ago
Used them about 2ish hours average a night for past year.
I only installed one of 2.
Going strong still
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Anyone used this as grow light for indoor seedings? Because this is 6500k which is perfect for indoor seeding but 6000 lm might be too much for plants
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