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    agreed on the philips. all my ecosmart have held up OK but defintely nowhere close to rated lifespan. switching to philips from now on for any replacements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nismodrifter View Post
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    I need help.

    We recently bought some lamps for bedside. They suggest a 4watt e26 based a19 bulb. I can find 6w. I can find 5.5. I can find every other wattage except 4. What do?
    What do the lamps look like? Wattage ratings are typically set for fire hazard reasons. It would be surprising if they actually had a max rating of 4w
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    The AHS system is quite good.

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    I need help.

    We recently bought some lamps for bedside. They suggest a 4watt e26 based a19 bulb. I can find 6w. I can find 5.5. I can find every other wattage except 4. What do?
    https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/p/ryet-le...hite-40438706/

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    Quote Originally Posted by nismodrifter View Post
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    I need help.

    We recently bought some lamps for bedside. They suggest a 4watt e26 based a19 bulb. I can find 6w. I can find 5.5. I can find every other wattage except 4. What do?
    Get better at Google? Kidding.

    Ikea is cheaper but there's the baller version here:
    https://www.structube.com/en_ca/4w-a...7-68?pid=29167

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr2mike View Post
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    Get better at Google? Kidding.

    Ikea is cheaper but there's the baller version here:
    https://www.structube.com/en_ca/4w-a...7-68?pid=29167
    Structube is where I got the lamp from. They are out of stock.

    Ikea will do. Not sure why that didn't come up in my search. Thanks.

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    WWBD for the garage? 8000 lumens per bulb or 4000 lumens per fixture.

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    https://www.costco.ca/luminus-multip...100767580.html

    or

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    https://www.costco.ca/artika-sunray-...100761543.html

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    The square fixture without a shadow of a doubt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    The square fixture without a shadow of a doubt.
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    For an older garage that looks like shit like mine, the screw-in style is a good fast option. For any nice garage or a new build, the flat kind for sure.
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    I almost shat myself after eating way too much at lunch with @killramos so ya, we can start the diaper thread now.

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    ok. Looks like I have to source better ones. The costco reviews are pretty bad. but then again, the return policy is worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    For an older garage that looks like shit like mine, the screw-in style is a good fast option. For any nice garage or a new build, the flat kind for sure.
    Yup. I have the stupid screw in kind in mine, but that is only because I was given them for free.

    Not a replacement for a quality fixture if doing a build.

    Benyl make sure whatever you get doesn’t interfere with garage door opener signal. My screw in LED one, if the light is on, I can’t open the door with my home link. Very annoying.
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    I would highly recommend putting up 4ft or 8ft simple double row led strips from Home Depot. They are double the light output for less money than all those decorative or screw in bulbs. Having all the light concentrated from only a few places, sucks to work under.

    Also Lumen ratings are all lies, buy the highest wattage you can afford.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darell_n View Post
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    I would highly recommend putting up 4ft or 8ft simple double row led strips from Home Depot. They are double the light output for less money than all those decorative or screw in bulbs. Having all the light concentrated from only a few places, sucks to work under.

    Also Lumen ratings are all lies, buy the highest wattage you can afford.
    Are you talking about LED tape lights?

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    Quote Originally Posted by benyl View Post
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    Are you talking about LED tape lights?
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    I found these ones really good for the price. I put 4x in my 19x22 detached and it is bright as shit in there. If I was regularly working in there on detail stuff I would add another 2 or 4 fixtures.

    https://www.princessauto.com/en/4-ft...t/PA0008956351
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    i have 3 sets of these in my garage

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    What color temp do you all use for WFH office? I use 2700k for most room but it's too warm for productivity. I have 5000k in the closet/laundry/utility room, but for reading it's too harsh. I'm thinking 3500k-4000k, but I can't find Phillips in that range so will have to order something off Amazon like Sylvania.

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    Quote Originally Posted by holden View Post
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    What color temp do you all use for WFH office? 2700k is too warm and 5000k is too harsh. I'm thinking 3500k-4000k, but I can't find Phillips in that range so will have to order something off Amazon like Sylvania.
    Philips Hue. Pick your temp, change it whenever you want. This has saved a few arguments with my wife over bulb colour.
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    The AHS system is quite good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littledan View Post
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    I found these ones really good for the price. I put 4x in my 19x22 detached and it is bright as shit in there. If I was regularly working in there on detail stuff I would add another 2 or 4 fixtures.

    https://www.princessauto.com/en/4-ft...t/PA0008956351
    +1 for these, I went with these at the recommendation of my garage builder. I have 4 in my 24x24 and have plenty of light, daisy chain is nice if I ever want to add a couple of lights right on top of my work bench.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littledan View Post
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    I found these ones really good for the price. I put 4x in my 19x22 detached and it is bright as shit in there. If I was regularly working in there on detail stuff I would add another 2 or 4 fixtures.

    https://www.princessauto.com/en/4-ft...t/PA0008956351
    The reviews aren’t stellar.

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