I just might have to pick up a couple of sets of these. Wish someone would go ahead and buy these and test them out so we can get a good review! My wife is getting fed up with some of my purchases... I need justification! haha.
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Idk man I feel like with lights you get what you pay for. I'd be pleasantly surprised however if they turn out awesome.
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That is true, but I think flood lights are a little different. There are plenty of good LEDs out there, but a good reflector and lens are what costs money. I have seen a lot of good diffused lights, way easier to do diffused
Well I'm glad you guys are as interested as I am. I may give them a shot then, but first Im going to try some strip lights, these from Tuff LED are a #2 idea if the strip lights fail. Nate you know what I'm trying to accomplish and I think this spool of strip lights is identical to what v led is selling for much less. They both use the 5050 tri chip leds at 300 led per spool.
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