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Lithonia Lighting 8" Wafer Integrated LED Downlight w/ Selectable Color Temp (2700K | 3000K | 3500K, 21-Watt Up to 1720 Lumens) $19.73 + 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 $19.73. Shipping is free on orders of $45+

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  • 21W produces Up to 1720 Lumens
  • With narrow design & remote driver box, Wafer LED can be installed in confined, hard to reach spaces such as closets, bathrooms, hallways, stairwells and outside soffits
  • 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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=Dimmable LED, new construction/remodel, 21W produces 1720 Lumens
=Switchable white allows 2700K, 3000K, 3500K control
=Title 24, wet location, Energy Star, and IC/Non-IC rated
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This light is almost perfect with a great price.

Skip the 3,000k and add 5000k for a 2700, 3500 and 5000k would make it perfect if you like square over round.
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that is a big hole to cut into the ceiling.
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Bezel seems huge from reviews pics of similar item: t.ly/YJRJ
Also this is not quite flush, it sticks out more than similar items.
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I'm thinking about installing this in a shower ceiling - but I think it would be too much light for a 30" x 30" shower stall?
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I installed them on a 20 ft high celing. While they are bright they dont really travel all the way down. Any recommendation for high celing?
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This light is almost perfect with a great price.

Skip the 3,000k and add 5000k for a 2700, 3500 and 5000k would make it perfect if you like square over round.
how can you add 5000K ?

i prfer 4000K and 5000K at my home
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I'm thinking about installing this in a shower ceiling - but I think it would be too much light for a 30" x 30" shower stall?
Should be ok eventhough 8" is huge for a recessed light. It will be nice and bright. Do look at it first and keep in mind 3500k is going to give a beige-ish color.
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Should be ok eventhough 8" is huge for a recessed light. It will be nice and bright. Do look at it first and keep in mind 3500k is going to give a beige-ish color.
Thanks. Although I have a personal preference of 2700k.
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how can you add 5000K ?

i prfer 4000K and 5000K at my home
You can't with these. But they do make same capable of 5000k and what I like is the ability for a new owner that may want something different/brighter. All they have to do is switch all to the color they want. It is just a good selling point.
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I installed them on a 20 ft high celing. While they are bright they dont really travel all the way down. Any recommendation for high celing?
look up high Bay recessed lights
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Should be ok eventhough 8" is huge for a recessed light. It will be nice and bright. Do look at it first and keep in mind 3500k is going to give a beige-ish color.
It's actually a 5" light; 8" is the size of the rough opening.
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I can't tell if these need a square hole or a circle hole. They are less recessed than the circle ones so maybe they just need circle cutouts and the corners adjust over the drywall? If they do need square cutouts…. Then a couple things to keep in mind that may not be a big deal to most but more of nuisance on these versus their round counterparts. Obviously round ones you just pop in, where you have to worry about orientation on these square ones as most will want these to have the lines exactly parallel and perpendicular to the walls in the room. If your hole isn't cut perfect it could drive you a little bonkers having some slightly off. Second, the circle counterparts are very easy to install. I have an adjustable circular drywall cutter that attaches to my drill with a dust shield to catch the debris. Hole is cut perfectly in seconds. This will need a manual drywall saw so more attention and time to orientation and cutting out the drywall. Those 2 items alone would make me want to go with the round counterparts. You can usually get a little bit of a deal buying packs of them. I just removed an old dated light box and installed a pack of 6 of the round wafers in my rental. Very easy. No need for cans anymore. However, to make these code make sure you pick up some of those cheap little Romex clips that sit in the circle cutouts in the ballast box that keep the romex from being pulled out. Good luck!
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I can't tell if these need a square hole or a circle hole. They are less recessed than the circle ones so maybe they just need circle cutouts and the corners adjust over the drywall? If they do need square cutouts…. Then a couple things to keep in mind that may not be a big deal to most but more of nuisance on these versus their round counterparts. Obviously round ones you just pop in, where you have to worry about orientation on these square ones as most will want these to have the lines exactly parallel and perpendicular to the walls in the room. If your hole isn't cut perfect it could drive you a little bonkers having some slightly off. Second, the circle counterparts are very easy to install. I have an adjustable circular drywall cutter that attaches to my drill with a dust shield to catch the debris. Hole is cut perfectly in seconds. This will need a manual drywall saw so more attention and time to orientation and cutting out the drywall. Those 2 items alone would make me want to go with the round counterparts. You can usually get a little bit of a deal buying packs of them. I just removed an old dated light box and installed a pack of 6 of the round wafers in my rental. Very easy. No need for cans anymore. However, to make these code make sure you pick up some of those cheap little Romex clips that sit in the circle cutouts in the ballast box that keep the romex from being pulled out. Good luck!
Square holes. You can see the retention clips on the edges
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