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Very Satisfied Good value for money Shining wonderful Perfect for inside the shower!
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  • posted byrodbonfa on 10/21/2016

    Pros: All Cons: None

    Impression: wonderful,Shining;

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  • posted bybbast on 10/04/2015

    It is very easy to use as it can work connected directly to 220 V grid without requiring any adapter. Water resistivity is as promised.I have used it in my terrace(outdoors) and it was not effected from the heavy rain. I have measured its power usage as 27 W. cons: grid coonection cable is very 3... Read more

    Impression:Good value for money;

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  • posted byTyrrea on 03/15/2015

    We have this around the edges of our shower, and its the only light inthere, and it just works perfect, dont even need to worry if the kids splash some water on it!!

    Impression:Perfect for inside the shower!;

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  • posted byincognito6174 on 01/16/2015

    Pros: Bright enough to be used in the living room as low-ambient light for watching the television. Is indeed waterproof and I installed one on my long porch, such that it lights it up in entirety using only 24W. Cons: It is heavy, so be careful when you install it at a height.

    Impression:Very Satisfied;

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  • posted by8755623 on 11/26/2014

    Lovely lighting. Am returnng customer to this product. I use them to light up furniture as well as my house.

    Impression: wonderful,Shining, grand;

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  • posted bybragi on 04/04/2014

    Build quality is great, light is intense. It works pretty good for such a cheap price. led strip is flexible and lights are well protected by a thick transparent layer. No on/off switch... build it by yourself if you need it for home lighting purpose. No other cons so far except for a slight but... Read more

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