- Product Dimensions: 59.7 x 31.8 x 10.2 cm ; 3.18 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 3.5 Kg
- Item model number: dl828S
- ASIN: B00NMX5EGC
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 16 2014
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,902 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
T5 HO Grow Light - 2 FT 8 Lamps - DL828S Fluorescent Hydroponic Indoor Fixture Bloom Veg Daisy Chain with Bulb
- 20,000 lumens powerful grow system
- 95% Reflective German hammertone reflectors. 30% more light than comparable light systems
- Outlet on fixture - Daisy chain up to 6 fixtures - less clutter, more convenience
- 2 switches on body - one for inner 4 bulbs, one for outer 4 bulbs.
- Discrete shipping in brown box
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This is a brand new, never-before-opened 2 ft 8-lamp fluorescent grow light. Plug in and go with this beautiful light. Perfect for indoor gardens, green houses, almost anywhere. Water Resistant: Rated to work in wet and dry environments. If you buy multiple, you will be able to connect them together with daisy chaining. Included in Package: 2ft 8-lamp T5 light-weight grow fixture, Qty8 F24T5HO 6,500 kelvin blue-white grow lamps, 8-foot power cable - also good for daisy chaining. UL-approved ballast already installed in fixture. 120V Input, 195W Max Input, L23.5"x W12.5" x H4". Has Made-In-Italy AAG Stucchi lampholder with I certificate to prevent fire if tubes get loosed during operation. Not compatible with GFI/GFCI outlets (the outlets with the little light on them). 30% less weight than any another brand products enables EZ installation. Works with timers. 5-year warranty
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The first one I ordered came with corroded bulb ends; it almost looked like the light bulbs had gotten damp during warehousing. More problematic was that the light stopped working within 12 hours. When I first plugged it in, all 8 fixtures worked fine. Before the end of the day, the middle four fixtures stopped working. I'm not technically savvy like some other reviews, so I didn't bother taking it apart to find the source of the problem, although I assume it was a wiring issue. Instead, I started processing my return and ordered another light.
The second light unit arrived, and similar to the first one, contained multiple corroded light-bulb ends. However, between the two units and 16 bulbs, I was able to pick out 8 good bulbs (and I returned the corroded ones with my first useless unit). The second unit has been plugged in for a month and I've had no issues with it. It's done wonders for my sun-starved succulent collection. I'm seriously impressed. I intend to order another one of these units, however, I anticipate I may have to order a couple before I find a working unit. As a side note, if I have a house fire in my home, this haphazardly built grow light is my first suspect. Unfortunately, there's no similar units for a similar price, and my plants love it, so this sketchy lamp has found a loyal buyer. /shrug
Update - I replaced the ballast and it works great, gets 3 out of 5 stars because it was easy to fix and is a great light when working.
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