In my third video I take a look at a range of mainly inexpensive led grow lights available on Amazon.
Did you know that the 600 watt light you are thinking of buying may not even be 60 watts? Did you know most feedback is useless as an indication of how good the light actually is? Do you know what double-chip leds are and if they are any good? You will after watching this video!
In this video I walk you through the listings for 5 different popular grow lights and show you what you need to understand about the information in the listing, how to work out what they really are, whether they are suitable for you and whether they are genuinely a good deal or not.
After watching this video you will be able to apply what you have learned to just about any led grow light listing.
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS IF THERE IS ANY LIGHT YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO MAKE A SIMILAR VIDEO ABOUT!
At Plant Photonics we have always been completely honest and open about what the actual power of our lights is. We provide customers with the following information – power of the actual leds, power draw at the wall, realistic HPS equivalent power and a genuine (quite conservative) coverage for flowering. We NEVER exaggerate the capabilities of our lights!
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Disclaimer – I have no connection with any of the companies whose lights I have covered. I have chosen them because they are (mainly) popular budget brands which viewers might be interested in buying. I am not claiming they are any better or worse than other similarly priced lights. My analysis is based on information provided by the seller/manufacturer on the listing and can easily be confirmed.
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