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Hydrofarm Agrobrite FLCDG125D Fluorowing Compact Fluorescent System with CFL Bulb
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- Fluorowing compact fluorescent daylight system with dew guard
- Full daylight spectrum incandescent grow bulb
- 120-volt, 60-hertz frequency with mogul base type
- Comes with one year warranty
- Full daylight spectrum 125 watt compact fluorescent grow bulb
- Compact reflector
- Includes cord set with 8' power cord
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 8.5 x 18 inches|
|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FLCDG125D|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||1-year warranty|
|Shipping Weight||6.8 pounds|
Hydrofarm FLCDG125D Fluorowing Compact Fluorescent System comes complete with reflector, 125 watt CFL bulb, mogul socket with 8 foot power cord and will also accommodate a 200 watt CFL bulb.
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It turns out that, for me, I can't use just LEDs and had to supplement them with 100-watt equivalent flouros I'd bought from Home Depot. This was okay, but awkward to adjust and aim the light.
So I got this thing and hung it, and it works beautifully for about three flower pots, all I need.
Then, when I had to move it, I found I could just set it on the desk upright, not even hanging, and arrange my plants around it, and it still works. The plants are growing better than ever, in a very small space, and I didn't even have to hang the thing.
It's cheap, it's sturdy, and it takes hardly any wattage. It is, in effect, awesome.
6-12-17 EDIT: Bulb has stopped working. I called VMinnovations because I wanted to give them a shot at replacing it before I returned it through amazon. They don't have any replacements at their shipping faculty and are going to contact the manufacturer to try to get a new one sent out. I'm pretty nervous about this because after the first phone call they made it seem like they'd "get right back to me on this today" and that was yesterday, but i had to call back this morning to ask what the status was. They said a new one could ship from the manufacturer in 24-48 hours, so that should be before the weekend. I'm not really holding my breath to be honest. I will be extremely impressed if this process is fast and painless, but I'm basically planning on making lots of phone calls to get to the bottom of this. Hopefully my veggies can survive outside in the heat for a couple weeks while this is being resolved.
5-28-17: So far so good. it's been a couple weeks and the lamp has created the perfect safe zone for my little indoor sprouts to enjoy before moving outdoors to their permanent home.
Either way this is a good solution for an intermediate light need - Vegetative growth. If you want to flower with them I would suggest 250w CFLs and a lot of them.
My main concern now is that after only 6 months of use (10 hours per day, so maybe 2000 hours) the light is noticeably dimmer and flickering subtly. It started doing this sometime this past week, although I'm not exactly sure when. I wasn't expecting to need to replace the bulb so soon.
In addition it has a mylarized reflector where as the previous mode was just painted white.
The reflector is also curved unlike the previous model so that the plants growing underneath it will get more light.
I have two of the previous models of this growing light next to it and noticed that plants seem
to grow faster with this new improved model.
One piece of advice though is that plastic will be covered over the mylar reflector and must be removed before use.
Don't use greasy bare fingers removing it or touching the reflector.Use ideally surgeon gloves instead.The reflector also has to be inserted correctly.