Looks like a pretty neat light...wish I could think of a place to use one!
I'm using a 50 LED. strip light in the galley.
It is supposed to be a "warm" white.
It has 25 white, and 25 amber led's in an alternating pattern.
The light is warm, but if they were all white, I would be happier with the output.
The strip light pre made was 20 bucks. To make the same setup with pieces and parts would cost me 50-200 dollars.
I've experimented with several led lights and combinations, and if you really want lots of light, leds CAN do it, if you have plenty of money.
The technology is still too expensive for a tinkerer like me to create something that rivals a 60 watt light bulb.
I picked up an under counter spotlight from Menards last week.
Cost ten bucks. 9 leds, very bright in a 12" circle 24" above the counter.
Three of them (30 bucks) would light up a galley well, but pricey for what they are.
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