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Dave Garoutte

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Re: Good but inexpensive front wash
« Reply #30 on: January 19, 2023, 01:58:12 PM »

We’re talking about a $100 light here guys. I would hope the $1000+ light is better.
The subject was “Decent but Inexpensive”. Is your idea of that a professional fixture?
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Ultimately, if it works for you it's good.  I have various quality fixtures that get used for different things.  After all, any light is better than no light.
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Bradford "BJ" James

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Re: Good but inexpensive front wash
« Reply #31 on: January 27, 2023, 06:57:56 PM »

Update:
I ordered the lights and after 1 week I still hadn't received any notification if the lights had been shipped/backordered etc... I sent the company an email stating my concern and received an email with a tracking number. There was some confusion as to where the lights where coming from. First I was told China, then from the US warehouse. Once I started tracking the package it was indeed coming from China.
The lights arrived safe and once again in good packaging. Unpack all the lights for inspection and all is good, no dings, no loose screws. Power everything up and all works. The following weekend I set everything up on the T-bars and start to program and here is where I start to look for colour discrepancies as we all hear "The colours won't match on knockoffs, they don't dim properly, they flicker". I can 100% confirm that all lights have the same brightness, colour and all work as they should.

Very happy with my purchase and would buy from them again.
Steve, quick question. How were the 9 units packaged? All grouped together in one or two boxes, or was ea light individually shipped?
Just curious on that as my US address charges $5/box.
Thanks. BJ
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Steve Ferreira

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Re: Good but inexpensive front wash
« Reply #32 on: January 30, 2023, 10:30:33 AM »

Steve, quick question. How were the 9 units packaged? All grouped together in one or two boxes, or was ea light individually shipped?
Just curious on that as my US address charges $5/box.
Thanks. BJ

Bradford,

The 9 came in 2 boxes. Each light in it's own box within a bigger box. I think it was 6 and 3 per box.
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