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    They are nice and bright. I like them and they took the place of T-8 lights and make a great amount of difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aspen79 View Post
    How do they do for light? In the pic it looks like they're nice and bright. I need some good lighting out there. The older I get, the more light I need to see, which I guess is normal.
    Normal doesn't mean it doesn't SUCK! Lol! On a similar note. I'm having a serious amount of trouble welding with my auto dimming helmet. I can't see a thing on light mode cuz it's too dark, and then I can't adjust it dark enough to see anything when it goes weld mode. Just blinding and making me Crazy! I just close my eyes and trust my hands while I sunburn my cheeks at the moment in frustration.
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    Never said it didn't suck
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