[Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)
  • [Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)
  • [Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)
  • [Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)
  • [Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)
  • [Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)
  • [Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)
  • [Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)
  • [Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)
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[Highest Efficent Hydroponic LED Grow Light]TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Lamp For Garden Greenhouse in 12w in Best 3 Bands Growing Combination (660nm and 630nm Red and 460nm Blue)

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  • Best Seller of LED grow light on Amazon with 6 years of business experiences, more than 5 million satisfied customers and growing, 12 months warranty + 6 month extended after registration, and 24/7 customer support.

  • TaoTronics hydroponic led grow light have 12 LEDs (3 blue & 9 red), ultra bright. Really helps when the plant need extra boost of light, or a few of sun, raining, snowing , dark indoor etc.

  • This led grow bulb has low power consumption,high luminous efficiency and long service life, the electronics inside are stepping down the voltage. the outside is constructed in a pure heat-sink fashion, It does not generate any noticeable heat even 17hrs a day. keeping your temperatures down perfectly.

  • These growing lamps emit the wavelength of light which can be fully absorbed by the plants photosynthesis; no energy waste like fluorescent lights etc. 660 and 430nm; 630 and 460nm are respectively 4 peaks of growth spectrum for maximum chlorophyII A and B production. Sources rich in red light are more efficient and beneficial for photosynthesis, best for blooming and fruit .The Chlorophyll and Carotenoid need blue much, good for the photosynthesis, best for promoting the leaf.

  • This plant growing light can rapidly improve the health of plant and growing, generally more leaves popping up within 2 weeks of using this growing lamp on a daily basis.• TaoTronics plant growing lighting is designed to fit standard E27 socket, brilliant all metal housing, Easy to set up and use - no special lamp needed, a desk lamp will do

  • Reviews
  • (4.4 Score)
  • Amazingresultsforthosewhoneedaboostintheirgardeningyield
    By Al
    on July 7,2014
    I've had this E27 12W LED Grow Light for several weeks now and have been using it to provide my beef tomatoes some extra light to give a boost to their leaf boost to absorb more sunlight and provide more a higher quality yield. Feel free to check out my pictures! The packaging is
    I've had this E27 12W LED Grow Light for several weeks now and have been using it to provide my beef tomatoes some extra light to give a boost to their leaf boost to absorb more sunlight and provide more a higher quality yield. Feel free to check out my pictures! The packaging is protective as usual and the LED bulb came in without any damage. The LED bulb itself has some blues and purples and nothing extra to provide all the necessary lighting for plants. (Most believe green is the best color, but later realize that green is reflected and thus is why we see green and the rest is absorbed to a degree. The housing of the LED bulb has many slits to release excess heat produced by the LED themselves. The LED is inserted into a lamp/desklamp like an old school light bulb, it is just simply twisted into the socket. It is quite a bright light and would be not too safe to stare into it. The glow is mostly a pinkish glow. The tomatoes and other plants are doing much better than normal with the light providing them extra power for photosynthesis. This LED bulb seems to be working well. Overall, this LED bulb is an amazing addition for those who wish to give their plants an extra boost in production. Hope this is helpful to ya!
  • Nice lights at a nice price. Well built and efficient.
    By JeremiahJohnson
    on September 23,2015
    You know what sucks about buying grow lights? In a lot of regions, you're going to get profiled. By that, I mean that a cop is going to be in the parking lot of the shop you buy the indoor grow equipment at, he is going to take down your information, and then the cops are going
    You know what sucks about buying grow lights? In a lot of regions, you're going to get profiled. By that, I mean that a cop is going to be in the parking lot of the shop you buy the indoor grow equipment at, he is going to take down your information, and then the cops are going to kick in your door after assuming that you're growing weed. I wish I was making that up. These folks were raided simply because a cop saw them and their children leaving a hydroponics store with "a small bag of merchandise." http://www.kctv5.com/story/23951053/leawood-family-seeks-7-million-for-swat-style Stated another way, it is nice that you can order this stuff from Amazon instead of finding it locally. These lights worked well on 2015s tomato plants, giving them a headstart on spring. I used 3 of these in our basement to give our seeds a headstart, planting them in late January. As a result, I had fruit waaaay before anyone else in our region. These seem to be well built and put out a lot of usable light. They do not get excessively hot and use very little electricity compared to alternative lights. Do NOT ignore the instructions, however, especially the part about where to place the lights. I was greedy and planted too many seedlings and had to raise my light to cover all of them. They quickly showed signs of not getting enough light by becoming "leggy," so i purchased more lights. Problem solved You cannot expect these lights to be effective at all if you hang them too far above the plants in an effort to get the light to more plants. I'll likely purchase a few more before the first frost and use them on some mature plants indoors, to see if I can nurse a tomato plant or two through the winter, however I suspect that they will have difficulty getting light to all parts of our really large mature plants.
  • Hey Amazon get your reviews in order
    By BulletWithYourName
    on April 12,2014
    If you look closely all these reviews are for at least 4 different lights which makes reading them useless and a waste of time.
  • Beastly
    By Erin
    on November 19,2015
    This thing is seriously a beast. It is so bright and lights up a very large area. I currently have this light and two smaller ones and am able to illuminate 10 large pots of peppers. This summer I decided to try my hand at growing scorpion peppers, currently ranked the 3rd
    This thing is seriously a beast. It is so bright and lights up a very large area. I currently have this light and two smaller ones and am able to illuminate 10 large pots of peppers. This summer I decided to try my hand at growing scorpion peppers, currently ranked the 3rd hottest pepper in the world, even surpassing the more commonly know ghost pepper, which I also grew. I had never grown peppers that hot before, but was really feeling up to the challenge. I started out with regular CFL 6500k bulbs and though my seedlings did well at first, they plateaued after about a month and grew to be too leggy. Then combine that with our really poor growing season in ohio this year, only one of my scorpion plants and 3 of my ghost plants survived. These plants got a very late start to maturity, but once July began my scorpion grew to be a very large, beautiful plant that produced 7 very hot peppers, while my ghost peppers didn't do as well. When fall came I decided I wanted to winter over these plants to give them a better start this upcoming summer, but we got hit with a surprise frost. The ghost peppers had already been moved inside, but my scorpion plant, despite being covered in a heavy cloth that night, dropped all but a half dozen leaves and then had to go through the shock of being dug out of the ground and transplanted into a pot. I decided the best way to give my plants even a chance of survival was to invest in some better lighting. I bought this hydroponic grow light because of its great reviews and I was not disappointed. Within a week or two little leaf buds were starting to grow all up the base of the plant. Within a month it was covered in leaves again. Now 3-4 months into winter all of my plants are double the size they were when I brought them in with new growth covering the plants. I have even started some seedlings that are all thriving! This is hands down the best light I have ever used and probably the only reason my plants are still growing during a dark Ohio winter. I highly recommend this light for anyone trying to start seeds, grow indoor tropical plants, or trying to winter over vegetables. Attached below is a photo of my peppers from about a month ago, right after I started my new seeds. If you found this review helpful, please vote yes.
  • TaoTronics E27 12W Led Grow Light Red Blue LED Lights for Plants in Garden Greenhouse (TT-GL20)
    By Bob
    on October 26,2014
    I love gardening and wanted to try out this grow light. This is actually the first time that I have used a grow light for growing plants. Usually I just stick the pot in the sun and go from there. I am thinking after trying this out that I will be bringing this to work for my
    I love gardening and wanted to try out this grow light. This is actually the first time that I have used a grow light for growing plants. Usually I just stick the pot in the sun and go from there. I am thinking after trying this out that I will be bringing this to work for my plants on the desk. I have a feeling that those are starving for sunlight. I ended up getting the E27 12w LED Light and upon first appearance the light looks to be quality made. The LED uses the standard light socket so no special equipment is needed to get this up and running. I put this in a clip lamp that I had lying around. I left the light on for a while to check if it would get overly hot but this is not the case at all. The lamp itself and bulb are surprisingly cool to the touch, not the case when I use incandescent light bulbs with this lamp, so no worries about this bulb cooking the plants. The light does have a ribbed design on the sides that seems to be for cooling purposes. The bulb has 12 LEDs (3 blue & 9 red) which are brighter than I thought they would be. Think of a disco bulb without the rotating feature. The bulb looks to be constructed of both plastic and metal and does have some weight to it. Overall, I am quite impressed with this product. From reading the other reviews and about grow lights I feel that this will work out great. I like the fact that within seconds this can be up and running. I can't wait to see the end result of using this on my plants. Note: This product was provided for testing and review purposes.
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Specifications

Model TT-GL20
model TT-GL20
Output 12W
Color Red Blue
Component LED

Power 12W 24W 36W
Number of Leds 12 leds/1w 12 leds/2w 12 leds/3w
Bands 660nm 3 leds, 630 nm 6 leds, 460nm 3 leds 660nm 3 leds, 630 nm 7 leds, 460nm 2 leds 660nm 3 leds, 630 nm 7 leds, 460nm 2 leds
Suggested Height 1.7-5ft 1.7-5ft 1.7-5ft
Iluminated Area 0.6-5.46 square foots
Input Voltage AC 85-264v AC 85-264v AC 85-264v
Input Current 300mA 500mA 650mA
Socket Model E26 E26 E26
Lifespan Up to 50,000 hours Up to 50,000 hours Up to 50,000 hours
Angle 30 degree 30 degree 60 degree

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FAQ

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The questions and answers below were created by Amazon customers, who are not affiliated or in any way officially connected with TaoTronics. Please follow their advice at your own discretion.

First, please check whether it is due to the faulty power supply/wall charger by plugging the bulbs anywhere else. If it still flickers, then the light is defective, please issue a returning request.

I don't think one would do the trick, I would grab the 25w*3 UFO from this company and put the veggies in the center and herbs on the outside edges. Not sure how well that would do but it's a much better chance of working well

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does this fit a Standard light bulb socket??? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Yes

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how much distance should i leave between the light and the plant? (I am growing herbs and leafing greens) Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Keep in mind that LED grow lights can still photobleach leaves much like the sun can to leaves that haven't been hardened to UV. Don't put the light closer than about 3" to minimize this from happening. The risk is lowered as the plant becomes acclimated to higher intensity light.

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will this work for germinating vegtable seeds Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Germinating seeds require no light. Just warmth and moisture. I germinated by using those starter trays, soaking the soil with very warm water, let it drain, then plant seeds a 1/4 inch down, cover loosely with soil. Then cover the tray with plastic wrap, poking a few holes with a toothpick in the wrap and place in a dark warm place, checking every couple of days, making sure the soil stay damp. Once they start to come up, then place them under the lightning, adjusting the height of the light as they grow. Transplant when ready.

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what is the plant coverage for this bulb? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: I think its about 2' but its only good for short plants , if your plants are going to be over 16-18" the lower part of the plant wont get enough light

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Will it be good for one mature tomato? Thanks! Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: I would say no - a mature tomato needs more sunlight than this unit will provide to reach all the leaves. a bank of these lights would be good for indoor tomato plants if legal where you live

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I just got this bulb and it is noticeably flickering. Is that normal or do I have a bad bulb? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Plug it in somewhere else as a test (check to see if it is your power at fault). If it flickers still then it is bad and you should return it

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Does it emit any Ultra Violet rays that are harmful to humans (skin cancer, eye damage)? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: This bulb does not emit any ultraviolet light. The wavelengths of the LEDs is in the specs as: 460nm, 620-630nm, and 660nm. These are all within the range of visible light (400-700nm) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light. Ultraviolet is from 400nm-10nm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultraviolet. There's no need for any eye or skin protection.

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hoe does this compare to lumen out put of a cfl ligh? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: It's about as good as a standard mid watt CFL. But the difference is, this LED is like a flashlight. Bright over a tiny area, almost nothing if you go outside the circle. A CFL will get you light over a huge area. Also I found the lumens were not that high. These are very dim LEDs compared to what is used in normal LED grow panels today (5W). Get this as an emergency light to keep a plant thinking it is a certain season, but it's not good for additional lighting or main lighting for growth or fruiting.

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How often do you run the light (for how long)? How has using the light reflected on your electric bill? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: if its 12w and your electric company is charging you 12cents per KW., if you have it on for 24hrs/day for 30 days, then you will be paying exactly $1.0368

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For larger plants, like tomatoes, would adding reflective material to the grow area help with the base of the plant? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Yes