Rjohn Posted March 2, 2009 Share Posted March 2, 2009 I purchased a light strip off EBAY from someone in New York. I was skeptical but it was just too tempting. I paid $45, including shipping for the 48 inch strip. There are 3 rows of very bright white led lights (advertised at 10,000 K) in a clear cylinder with a simple plug in. I have to admit I am somewhat impressed with the amount of light. It is not metal halide but for an additional light source generating no heat and using very little electricity for only $45, I think it is worth a look. I will bring the strip to the next meeting and yall can check it out. Why isn't a 10,000K light described as 10M? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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