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    Default new website 120 led

    Found this site a little cheaper on 120 leds Add to Cart some of them like the red are 6.00 cheaper you have to scroll thru the menu to find the price.
    About 40 cheaper than what I planned to spend.I had to do usps ship because ups was 60.00 ship.Usps free.I will let you know my experience.

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    Keep us posted.

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    Got a tracking number from fedex from the vendor.So should be here soon.They are in california and I am in wv so transit time will be a few days.

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    My local Costco is carring these two LED flood lights were you find the new CF bulbs.
    Par 38 Lights of America
    R30 Lights of America
    The R30 is about $11.00 and the Par 38 is about $16.00 as I recall

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    Got them in today.Thrilled with them the colors are vibrant and bright.Much brighter than my 85 flood.Very happy with purchase.

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    How about some pics, would love to see how wide that flood beam is.

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    Will try to get some pictures up.I tested in my bedroom and they light it up well.To do it outside will have to wait for the rain to stop not for the lights but for me.All my lights had a cover over them also.

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    That is a plus.
    Are the LEDs potted (a white epoxy around all the LEDs under the lens)?

    Trust me I know where you are coming fom with the rain interrupting bulb testing - I still have to do 6', 25', 40', throw and field angle measurements on everything under 36 LED in my line up.

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