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Which Kichler under cabinet LED

Posted by benself (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 5, 10 at 23:39

All -

We've been given two options for under cabinet LED -- the Kichler 12054SS -- the "Direct Wire LED"
or the Kichler 12303ni style -- the "Modular LED". Anyone (lightguy?) have any thoughts which one is better? The Modular is almost twice as much, but it is dimmable -

thanks in advance -


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RE: Which Kichler under cabinet LED

Bumping this thread while trying to understand why nobody has commented.


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RE: Which Kichler under cabinet LED

Bumping this thread while trying to understand why nobody has commented.


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RE: Which Kichler under cabinet LED

Direct wire LED fixtures tend to be larger than low voltage fixtures, some of which trade the bulk of the light fixture for a large transformer that can be tucked away elsewhere - cabinet, crawl space, attic, toe kick.


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Benself, did you figure this one out or get any other advice? I'm just starting to research and my KD says I should get something dimable in Juno or Kichler and not to do fluorescent. I'm learning the retail markup is outrageous; the quotes I got from our local lighting store kept dropping when I asked for my price, then for our contractor, then for our electrician...


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RE: Which Kichler under cabinet LED

Quotes I got for the Kichler and Juno were ridiculously expensive too.

I went with the ones from Environmental Lighting.

THey look nice installed!

Here is a link that might be useful: Environmental Lighting


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RE: Which Kichler under cabinet LED

Thanks, Marcydc. Just saw your post in another thread and was looking over the Environmental Lighting website. Much better prices. I'm glad you like yours installed.


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