what kind of led grow lights are you using now?

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    Sunny Jans

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    share the led grow lights you are using now and help new grower to choose better one~~
     
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    Fluence spydrx +
     
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    Lush Lighting, but i had to sell my first born son to afford them.
     
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    King LED. One 1200 and one 1500. Under 300 bucks USD combined.
     
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    Hey Hammy!! Been awhile, still running 2 dual 600 watt off 220!!
     
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    King 1200 and king 1500.
    1500 is worth the extra few bucks. Both have 3yr. warranty.
     
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    What's up brosef? Good to see ya.
     
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    1500w double plugs full spectrum led grow light which so cheapest and 2-year warranty
     
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    perfect sun - dwarf star 230w
     
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    Still growing the Mazzar I Sharrif, plus my whirkle,(white widow Purple Erkle combo, life is good!!
     

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    Before the po-po smashed 'em I wuz running 7 viparspectra 600s. I liked 'em so well I just ordered 4 of the 9oos to replace 'em
     
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    20180127_163902.jpg I run a Perfect Sun COB that draws around 640w for the flower tent. In the veg tent is a King1000 and a Mars300.

    Also run a 600w HPS from time to time for flowering but less and less as I learn how to use the LEDs to their full potential.
     
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    Timber Grow Lights.. 3x 300 vero 29 cobs. 20171201_203032.jpg
     
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    Amare! I have 2, 266... sweet
     
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    I'm running two Viparspectra In a 4'x4'x6.5' tent. One is a Viparspectra 1200w dimmable veg and flower. The other is a 450w Viparspectra with veg and bloom switches. The 450w gets things heated up a little to much to my likiing but they'll have to do until I save up my pennies for another 1200. I really like the Viparspectra 1200w dimmable veg and flower, basically no heat at all really.
     
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    My initial LED purchase few years back was two P-600 from Platinum LEDs. They are long and skinny, making them suited for my 2x4 tents, or so I thought. The light coverage is not great in corners and edges. I want to augment or simply put two of them in one tent and purchase some T-5 for the other tent. I have a 4x4 tent (un opened) and I am looking at one from NEXT full spectrum LED which appears to JUST fit in the 4x4 text.
     
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    I used Mars pro II 80 for my first LED light. It offered me nice yield and low electrictity cost.
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    I've been running a Platinum P300 for a few years, and it does an excellent job.
    I also am running a Timber Vero240 tank. It also does a good job, but it is HEAVY. It's like the size of my old Betamax
    It has 2 120w Vero29 with lenses which I removed. I have been meaning to take it apart and rebuild it on some rails because it difficult to muscle around in a small closet.
    And I just helped a friend to decide on purchasing a HLG Quantum 320. Jury will be in in 3 months.
     
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    2 each 40 watt SANSI full spectrum lights. They fit into regular bulb sockets, and put out an enormous amount of lumens. Plants seems to love them and for electricity costs, they are only about 75 watts total for the two. I can live with that. If I had reflective mylar I imagine the grow would be even better. As is, they are just on light stands in our living room shining down on the plants.
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