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Lithonia 8" Ultra Thin Color Selectable Temp (2700K | 3000K | 3500K 21W Up to 1720 Lumens) Integrated LED Downlight $21.81 + FS on $45+

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Lithonia Lighting 8" Ultra Thin Color Selectable Temp (2700K | 3000K | 3500K Lumens) Integrated LED Downlight in White w/ Square Smooth Trim for $21.81. Shipping is free on orders of $45+

sold/shipped by Amazon [amazon.com] has Lithonia Lighting 8" Ultra Thin Color Selectable Temp (2700K | 3000K | 3500K Lumens) Integrated LED Downlight for $21.81. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.
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  • 21W produces Up to 1720 Lumens
  • With the narrow design & remote driver box, the Wafer LED can be installed in confined, hard to reach spaces such as closets, bathrooms, hallways, stairwells and outside soffits. These and other areas with shallow plenum often make it impossible to install traditional recessed housings.
  • IC rated safe to install in direct contact with insulation
  • Edge-lit LED technology provides even illumination
  • Suitable for wet locations
  • Dimmable
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  • My research indicates the Lithonia 8" Ultra Thin Color Selectable Temp (2700K | 3000K | 3500) Integrated LED Downlight is $19.42 lower (47% savings) than the list price of $41.23.
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I had these exact lights installed last year throughout my home. Great lights!
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Good price if you need square ones. You can usually score rounds much cheaper.
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I had these exact lights installed last year throughout my home. Great lights!
The fine print indicates they are dimmable, could you confirm?
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From an interior design POV, when and where would you use square lights instead of the conventional round ones?

Seems like a very industrial look better suited for an office or warehouse than a residential home.
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I'd recommend buying ones that are in stock at the local store. Ones in stock would be carried for a while by your local store. If yours starts to flicker, you just buy a new one and return the non-working one. Way easier than the warranty with a manufacturer.

I bought like 10 LED lamps, some different models, all were light temp selectable. 2 had to return in a span of a year. One simply died, another started to flicker. LED drivers are pure shit.

If you'll look at some youtube disassembly videos of current LED lights, you'll see a trend to create most cheap LED drivers that are not properly thermally protected. Or, even, lacking most basic components to drive price down by cents and achieve a product with life span that is much shorter than it could have been if they would have put 5 more cents worth of capacitors.
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The fine print indicates they are dimmable, could you confirm?
Yes, I dim them all the time using Alexa.
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From an interior design POV, when and where would you use square lights instead of the conventional round ones?

Seems like a very industrial look better suited for an office or warehouse than a residential home.
Mine are in kitchen, living room, and halls. Modern look and everyone who has seen them loves them.
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Quote from Timskis6 :
The fine print indicates they are dimmable, could you confirm?
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Yes, I dim them all the time using Alexa.
I can also confirm. I have the 6" and 4" round ones and am dimming them with Lutron Caséta dimmers. You might already know this but, even at their dimmest, LEDs like this maintain their color temperature. You cannot accomplish the yellowy-orange glow you get from incandescent lights.
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Another low profile option - I installed these in finished basement below ductwork...

Ensenior 4 Pack 4 Inch Ultra-Thin LED Recessed Ceiling Light with Junction Box, 3000K Warm White, 9W 75W Eqv, Dimmable Can-Killer Downlight, 750LM High Brightness - ETL and Energy Star Certified https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085ZP6...UTF8&psc=1

Roughly 4 for $40 - better price if not looking for larger/square.
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Thanks OP. I have 8" square incandescent recessed lights in my basement, can these be retrofitted with a bulb adapter and connected to the light? (like the adapter shown here:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Halo-.../304216244

Or am I better off with a retrofit lightto save the hassle? I cannot seem to find retrofit 8" square on HD.

Also, what light temp would folks recommend for a basement with limited windows?
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Quote from ryanj8263 :
Another low profile option - I installed these in finished basement below ductwork...

Ensenior 4 Pack 4 Inch Ultra-Thin LED Recessed Ceiling Light with Junction Box, 3000K Warm White, 9W 75W Eqv, Dimmable Can-Killer Downlight, 750LM High Brightness - ETL and Energy Star Certified https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085ZP6...UTF8&psc=1

Roughly 4 for $40 - better price if not looking for larger/square.
Light temp is very important if you are ambience-aware.
2700k is warm and dim - think very high end dimly lit hotels or restaurants, mood lighting.
3000k is less warm - general everyday residential is about here
4000k+ is daylight- classrooms/offices/exam rooms/warehouses/workshops, etc.
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Hard pass on square lights. This isn't the 1970s.
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if you are going to take this route you better buy extra . . . 5-6 years from now when they start failing you will have something to replace with
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Quote from Vascodegama :
Light temp is very important if you are ambience-aware.
2700k is warm and dim - think very high end dimly lit hotels or restaurants, mood lighting.
3000k is less warm - general everyday residential is about here
4000k+ is daylight- classrooms/offices/exam rooms/warehouses/workshops, etc.
this is also a cultural thing . . .
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