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Old March 10th, 2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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Anybody have some or look into them?

Building 2 new work benches in the basement and looking for some slim / low profile lighting to mount about 4 -5 ft. above the benches (on to the cross beams). Roughly 4' long and 7' long. So hence no long fluorescent lighting fixtures.

Looked at LED bulbs a little bit at Home Depot. Nothing really jumped out.
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I haven't actually ever ordered from them but: http://www.oznium.com/home-led gets pretty good reviews for their automotive LED product lines.

browsing that sight is the closes to "looking into them" I've ever done.
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LED Shop lights are kinda pricey still 200-500 depending on what your looking for.

We have some installed at the plant I work a in some work areas and they are nice. Of course some of them turned up missing....someone stole 6 assemblies and hardware to hang them and replacement cost was over $3000. Someone has real nice lights in their garage now!
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I haven't actually ever ordered from them but: http://www.oznium.com/home-led gets pretty good reviews for their automotive LED product lines.

browsing that sight is the closes to "looking into them" I've ever done.
good find ordered a bunch for under my gunnel for the boat
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I haven't actually ever ordered from them but: http://www.oznium.com/home-led gets pretty good reviews for their automotive LED product lines.

browsing that sight is the closes to "looking into them" I've ever done.
Now that's a good site.

But yeah it sucks when you've got the house's HVAC stuff routed across the ceiling and only a few bulb outlets hanging. Dead spots for lighting everywhere.
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