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Last Edited by slugbom April 4, 2021 at 01:40 PM
Buyer beware, again buyer beware

The fine print says the dimensions are 9.69 x 7.8 x 5.47 inches

These are very tiny lights. Despite what the misleading dollhouse sized drawings would have you believe.

This is a shady sales tactic
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Can someone please comment why they are down voting? I'm curious why? I can see $15 for 2 lights?
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I likey - gave thumbs up....
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Some people view the poly-carbonate shades/fins as fire hazards. The original maker of these deformable lights used cast aluminum to dissipate heat.
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Some people view the poly-carbonate shades/fins as fire hazards. The original maker of these deformable lights used cast aluminum to dissipate heat.
Thank you!
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Can someone please comment why they are down voting? I'm curious why? I can see $15 for 2 lights?
Get aluminum alloy. This cheap led generate heat much. It is ok for light use, not good for garage or room that would turb on in hours when in use....
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Some people view the poly-carbonate shades/fins as fire hazards. The original maker of these deformable lights used cast aluminum to dissipate heat.
I've seen ppl mentioning about the aluminum ones but is there a link? Purchased these previously for the garage and really like the brightness but concerned about heat dissipation.
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I've seen ppl mentioning about the aluminum ones but is there a link? Purchased these previously for the garage and really like the brightness but concerned about heat dissipation.
Seen some at Costco last week
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Awesome deal. Thanks OP
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Some people view the poly-carbonate shades/fins as fire hazards. The original maker of these deformable lights used cast aluminum to dissipate heat.
Are there documented cases of fires these have caused?
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Are there documented cases of fires these have caused?
Not that I am able to find.

I have owned a light just like this (diff brand name, plastic molding and specs are identical) for over a year and abused it extensively as a work light.
I have never observed the plastic getting hot enough where I would be concerned about a fire risk.

Plugged mine in 5 min ago and will report back once maximum temp is reached and documented on the plastic housing.
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FYI - if you have an older 315MHz garage door opener these will interfere with remote control operation. It's not horrible, but two of them within 2-4 feet of the receiver will cut the remote range by above a factor of 4-8
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I have owned a light just like this (diff brand name, plastic molding and specs are identical) for over a year and abused it extensively as a work light.
I have never observed the plastic getting hot enough where I would be concerned about a fire risk.

Plugged mine in 5 min ago and will report back once maximum temp is reached and documented on the plastic housing.
Seems temps have stabilized.
Ambient temp: 78f
Most of the plastic housing directly behind/above the aluminum heatsink seems to be around 150f, peaking at 160f.
All plastic exterior to this is below 100f.
I believe I am able to measure the heatsink itself @ 170f.
This type of plastic likely will not melt until it gets closer to 500f.

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