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Does everyone use the cool florescent lights now? I need a new one and am tired of singeing my hair (I guess they're also safer considering gas and heat). Are the florescent drop lights as bright? Any make that's better?
 

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I figured I'd get a response from you. /images/graemlins/laughing.gif You OWN these interim forums J!

There seem to be single and double tube models. Griots makes a quad tube model too (I think). I think each bulb is 12 or 14 watts (florescent). Is your 2 tube light as bright as the typical 100 watt incandescent safety bulb?
 

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Jerome said:
I will put my two tube up against my old droplight with a 100 watt in it and see. I know the old one won't last too long with a 100 watt'r in it for sure. It will heat up like a bitch.

I do know that the two tube is a much whiter light. Is that a racist comment? /images/graemlins/laughing.gif

Do you have a link to the two lights that you are looking at? I am too lazy to search right now. Holiday laziness is in overdrive. :nod:
Here's the always great but ridiculously expensive Griots 4 banger 1 banger Home Depot version
 

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I'm thinking that the first quad light will do the trick. For my use in and around the car, it will be fine. Also might work to light up the area to help with washing since the garage has shitty light. I would just love to have to turn down the light. For me, you can't have too much.
 
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