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Venutus1
12-16-2011, 10:54 PM
LightYourReptiles.com is please to offer these 9, 11 & 13 Watt LED light units to fit most common incandescent fixtures.

FIT Zoo-MED, Exo Terra as well as Aqueon and Perfecto incandescant strip lights and hoods.
NO extra transformers needed or expensive ballasts to buy unlike other costly LED contraptions.

Quality LED Lighting is NOW AFFORDABLE! :yahoo:

Currently all sizes in stock.
They are BRIGHT and will GROW Plants.

Two kinds:

The 6.5K models give off crisp day-white light.

And the NEW "Jungle Dawn" Models have a mixture of 6.5 AND 4.5k diodes for a slightly warmer light - blended to approx. 6.1-6.2K.
LightYourReptiles.com Exclusive. Designed and made for LightYourReptiles.com and sold nowhere else.

Since led lights do not give off UVB, you may want to mix them with other types of UV lighting... depending on what you have for herps.

They also can be added as supplemental lighting as well in a nano or compact hood / "pod' light to grow plants.

LOW HEAT OUTPUT, you can add more light without danger of overheating small vivs.

LOW ELECTRICITY consumption. Save $$ on electric bills.:idea:

Please visit lightyourreptiles.com (http://www.LightYourReptiles.com) to read more about them.

9 Watt 6.5K
Upgraded 9 Watt Day White LED Unit *Powerful* (http://www.lightyourreptiles.com/12wadaywhled.html)

11 Watt 6.5K
11 Watt Day White LED Unit (http://www.lightyourreptiles.com/14wadaywhled.html)

13 Watt 6.5K
13 Watt Bright White LED Unit ** 60 Diodes ** Brightest ** (http://www.lightyourreptiles.com/15wadaywhled.html)

NEW Jungle Dawn Mixed Diode 6.1+/-K
9 Watt
Jungle Dawn 9W LED Screw In NEW 6.1+/-K For Planted Vivs! (http://www.lightyourreptiles.com/juda9wledsci.html)

11 Watt
Jungle Dawn 11W LED Screw In NEW 6.1+/-K For Planted Vivs! (http://www.lightyourreptiles.com/juda11wledsc.html)

13 Watt
Jungle Dawn 13W LED Screw In NEW 6.1+/-K For Planted Vivs! (http://www.lightyourreptiles.com/juda13wledsc.html)

Please feel free to e-mail with any questions.
I check e-mails much more often than forum PMs, so you will get a quicker response if you e-mail lightyourreptiles@yahoo.com

Thanks for looking!
Todd
www.LightYourReptiles.com