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Recessed LED Lights - Upcoming models

Posted by gardnr (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 21, 10 at 11:39

We are remodeling our kitchen, and are just starting to work on the lighting. In talking with a salesman at our local lighting store, he advised we use recessed LEDs. He said a new model is due out very soon that is smaller in size than the current options while lighting a larger area. The user will also have options to change the direction/range of light and the coloring (in other words they are very flexible). According to him, this new model will allow me to use fewer lights since they will light a larger area, and be more flexible to meet all our overhead lighting needs.

Has anyone heard of this upcoming model (don't know the manufacturer)? And, is it worth waiting for? I had hoped to tackle the lighting sooner rather than later in this process, but maybe not!
Thanks for any insight.


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RE: Recessed LED Lights - Upcoming models

You mean like this?
http://creelighting.com/products/Architectural-Lay-ins/LR24-32SKA35.aspx


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RE: Recessed LED Lights - Upcoming models

I got the impression they were downlights, not lay-ins


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RE: Recessed LED Lights - Upcoming models

Do you have a part number? I was just guessing.


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