Halo Linea under cabinet lighting

politronicsJune 20, 2009

I have been wrestling with the under cabinet lighting question. I really think I would like to try the Xenon, but have seen the various comments on Xenon vs Halgoen, etc.

I saw that Halo's Linea product is a small (3/8") track. You can get bulb holders and use pin type bulbs of either type. I think this will be the perfect solution, as you can not only change the type of buld, but also put in as many bulbs as you need and move them around until they are in the exact location to provide the best service.

Is anyone familiar with the product?

Thanks!

JP

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normclc

I've used the Juno and Seagull version of this system for years, and the results are always excellent.

    Bookmark   June 20, 2009 at 10:20AM
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