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All Glass Compact Fluorescent Strip Light
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2 3815 Sun July 3, 2005
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100% of reviewers None indicated 9.5




Description: These all-new, high-output compact fluorescent strip lights are quality engineered to be the best on the market. Because All-Glass put them through such stringent testing, they have received a coveted UL listing. Their clean design is sleek and it features an electronic ballast that is UL listed for high humidity locations. Includes 9325°K bulb(s). 55 watt utilizes one bulb, 110 watt utilizes two 55 watt bulbs. Bulbs included.

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MatPat
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Registered: March 2004
Location: Dayton, Ohio
Posts: 3819
Review Date: Fri June 24, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: Not Indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Inexpensive CF lighting, 9325K lamps standard
Cons: none

I like this lighting even though some may claim the reflectors are not very good. For the price you get a good ballast (Workhorse 5), and a nice looking case.

While the AH supply kits may have a better reflector, I personally don\'t think one is needed with these lights. I don\'t want to have to prune the tank more than once a week

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Talonstorm

Registered: February 2005
Posts: 93
Review Date: Sun July 3, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: Not Indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Fits very well on tank, includes 9325 K bulb
Cons: Needs a second bulb

I really like this light. I purchased it for my 29 gallon. The 9325 bulb is great, really nice color, I miss that as my new bulbs are 10 K. My only complaint is that I wish they offered one with 2 55 W bulbs in it, it would easily fit in this strip. It would provide plenty of light then. I recently switched to another fixture because 55 W was not enough on a 29 gallon to grow anything but low light plants. My parents are now using this on their 29 gallon and are thrilled they can grow any plants at all.
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