Lowes Utilitech Pro LED Uundercabinet

sbkimJuly 1, 2012

Greetings,

Aside from Lowes website, I was curious to hear any reviews on Utilitech Pro LED UCLs. They seemed to be attractively priced and looked "decent" at the store but I am concerned whether they are bright enough for UCL.

Here's a summary of specs from Lowes:

12" 200 lumens, 3 lights, 3w, $37

18" 330 lumens, 5 lights, 8w, $53

24" 470 lumens, 7 lights, 11w, $70

30" 722 lumens, 9 lights, 15w, $80

http://www.lowes.com/pd_331390-1390-GU0724DW-WH-I_0__?productId=3340964&Ntt=utilitech+led&pl=1&currentURL=&facetInfo=

Here are my questions:

1. Is this enough lumen for length?

2. For one area where I have 2x18" cabinets, I am planning to use 30" LED for 722 lumens vs 2x18" LEDs for 660 lumens. Is it ok that I have 3" per side that's not covered with LED. I thought higher lumen would be better?

3. Aside from Environmental LEDs, are there any other LEDs sold in local stores I should consider for similar price?

Thanks!

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Alittleapple

Sorry, I don't know the details.

    Bookmark   July 4, 2012 at 12:08PM
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northernmich

24 inch are now on sale for 32.39, with a military discount, I paid just over $29.

    Bookmark   January 13, 2013 at 7:21PM
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