Not completeDaveA great little accent light but when I bought it I didn't realize it isn't complete and that you also have to buy a power supply for it.4
Great Light for the Closet!MuruganandhamMy Closet required some lighting and also the Pooja Closet. These lights fit very well and lit.5
For use in MILSBOEdmond A.Specifically in the context of using them in a MILSBO display cabinet:
-No mounting option provided, you must provide either double sided tape or magnets yourself
-Wire is white instead of matching the frame's color, so wishing to hide the cable limits you to the length of the wire cover provided
-No RGB options, which for a display cabinet is a significant missed opportunity2
LightMariaI thought I was getting a great deal! I didn’t realize I needed driver for wireless control AND a cord! Another $40 and I’ll have my light!1
Perfect addition to our Besta cabinets!Rita H.Love the light output… not too stark, not to yellow. Easy to install and works perfectly with IKEA’s dimmer remote.5
Great cabinet lightTrevorGreat cabinet light5
Perfect companion piece with detolfstevenPerfect companion piece with detolf cabinets5
Great productTRACYEasy to install and nice light provided.5
wiring and working under cabinetsFrankwiring and working under cabinets is a bit challenging if your older but the lighting quality is great and they have no flicker. Much better than my previous fluorescent fixtures which had a annoying hum5
Easy to install, works great,LWRENCEEasy to install, works great, good value!5
Great lightsSueInside our cabinet in the kitchen. Glass doors so it give nice ambient light5
Needs Color temperature adjustmentGrahamOther similarly priced LED lighting has Color temperature adjustment switches or settings.
These lights have a Color hue that does not match my other kitchen lighting and it does not look nearly as nice as it could. I prefer a higher temperature Color to what these produce.3
Easy to install and perfectangelaEasy to install and perfect for cabinet lighting5
Great product, easy instalation, looksRESADGreat product, easy instalation, looks beautiful5
Bright and discreetCynthiaVery bright and yet discreet, a must have in every closet!5
Great productRENATOLove these lights in my liatorp bookcase5
Good lighting patern and d'immersionFRANCOISGood lighting patern and d'immersion capacity5
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