[FS]: LED Light for Sale: Randburg

Discussion in 'Hardware For Sale/Swap' started by Albert Terego, 18 Jul 2012.

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  1. Albert Terego

    Albert Terego

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    Hardware for sale
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    LED Light for Sale ​
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    Randburg ​
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    Shipping at buyers expense ​
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    Want to make your zoa colours really "pop" .

    This fitting contains 60 x 1W LEDS (40 blue and 20 white) - the whites can be switched off completely leaving just the blues on and this is when you'll really see the colours explode.

    Fitting would be ideal for an open-top nano system (specifically softies and selected LPS). Also has cooling fans to dissipate heat build-up in the unit itself.

    Unit was used for about 3 months in total and is in excellent condition.

    Sorry but I do not have any pics of it over a system.

    Open to any reasonable offers around the R1000 mark. Will also consider swops for livestock, corals, flow pumps, RO system etc to equivalent value. ​
     
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    Shipping to cape town would be roughly how much??
     
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    Via Post Office (Regular Parcel Post - Counter to Counter) -
    R31.55 for the first KG and 4.25 for each additional KG

    Speed Services:
    Standard rate for a 1kg package to counter is 61.99 and then 26.60 for each 1KG thereafter.


    I estimate that the whole package would be about 4-5kg.

    If you would want to arrange that your own courier collects that would also be fine.
     
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    shipping to dbn im interested pm me your number
     
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    Arniv , how you doing ?
     
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    Mmmm,looks good. I've ordered new bulbs this morning,once they arrive I'll see how the tank looks and Make a choice, can u tell me what the size of the unit is..perhaps compare it to something like a side plate etc if you don't have the measurements.
     
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    It's about 250mm in diameter and around 60mm thick - think just smaller than an average dinner plate
     
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    Hey Albert,

    just for interest sake, is the unit sold as yet? If so, where did you buy this one?
     
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    Hi Chris,

    It is not sold yet. I bought it online from Twilight (Twilight Group Co., Limited) . The one I got is same as the pic but 60W. Sure not a brand name or anything, but really lovely colours I got from it - corals look really very good and when the white lights are off and only the blues on are the colours really pop/fluoresce (especially zooanthids).

    This is really a nice light for a small nano, especially cubes (50x50 or 60x60) but I would really use it on anything deeper than about 50cm and also only for softies and maybe LPS that do not have excessive light requirements. I was running it on a 70x70x70 cube for a short while and light was quite good, but
    corals down at the bottom may not get sufficient light. In the 45x45 cube I was running it on for a month or two lighting was excellent.
     
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