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Hey all,

 

I bought these a little while back and then found out they were not dimmable.  I tried to get the vendor to take them back and he never would.  I am giving up and would like to sell them to recoup some of my money.  They have never been used outside of testing the bulbs only to find out they didn't dim.

 

They are the single brightest LED flood that I have ever seen (and I've tried several including some of the RGB makes and models).  This is due to the fact that they have 120 individual LEDs in them.

 

These floods possess full metal and glass body, no plastic, so they are incredibly heavy duty.  I paid between $28-35 each for them.  I have twelve (12) each of green, red, and warm white.  These will ship out in the original boxes that they arrived in... I will re-test each one before sending them out.

 

I am asking $24 for each one, but feel free to make me an offer.

 

Thanks for looking.

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I am so sorry, I meant to say $20 each above... that was a huge typo.  These were over $30 each.  I can't seem to edit or delete the post above stating the new price was $20.  Again, sorry for the confusion.

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Ok, how about $7.50 per bulb.  I just cut my price in half!!

 

I also have conventional halogen PAR38 bulbs in red, green, and white, some new, some not.  Probably 12 of each color.  $3 for new and $2 for not new (the used bulbs will of course be tested).

 

PM me if interested.

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Hello it's me again,  tell me what you have now in led and halogen floods.  All colors.  I have a gentleman who might buy the lot. Thanks Mark  FYI the red led strings made it and they all work fine.

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