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Daisies By Timber Grow Lights

TimberGrowLights

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Hello 420Magazine Members,

I am excited to announce the latest addition to our product lineup. Daisy pendant style grow lights - 95 watts each, available in singles, trios and quintets. Each passively cooled COB assembly is individually suspended and connected to a central distribution box, controlling all as one array (dimming/power). Place them where you like - 30" of SJOOW style cable from each COB to the central box and remote power supply mounting cables are available. Featuring the same components as our fixtures, these offer the grower more flexibility in light placement, as well as height above canopy.

Timber Daisy Pendant Grow Lights

Happy to answer any questions - thanks again for your support.

Have a good rest of the weekend.

Regards,
Dan
 

Lewydeville

Plant of the Month: Dec 2019
I’ve recently taken delivery of a set of these lights. Great service from Dan who helped me choose the right set up for me and answered any questions with a speedy response. It’s early days so can’t comment on performance but the lights look the absolute nuts! From opening the box I had them set up in no time and wow they are powerful. If you’re a multi strain grower like myself it’s a revelation being able to adjust the height of each light across the canopy. I can’t wait to see what they can do.
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Lewydeville

Plant of the Month: Dec 2019
Thought I’d share a few pictures of my first flowering run using the new Timber Daisies. After purchasing them in late November I put them straight to work. I set them a big target yield from 4 plants and I’ll be surprised if they don’t exceed it! These lights really do pack a punch.
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Rich Farmer

Well-Known Member
Um i do have a question that you guys will know. Could i really do damage to my eyes with out shades? Been slackin on the shades but usually just pop up to feed/water for a few. Now i'm wanting to watch them grow for hours.
Drs say I have sun damage and asked if I do snow and water sports... nope just been growing for 5 years. Shades on always now or lights off. My 2 cents
 

Lewydeville

Plant of the Month: Dec 2019
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