Best Cannabis Grow Lights: Questions to Ask When Shopping for LED

Best Cannabis Grow Lights: Questions to Ask When Shopping for LED
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“What makes this cannabis grow light the best of cannabis grow lights?” It’s probably the single most common question I hear from cultivators, and for good reason. It’s nearly impossible to find reliable information about what makes an LED grow light worth your investment. Sadly, buying a cannabis grow light that turns out to be beneath your expectations means you’ll probably have to buy a replacement soon after purchase, also meaning you’re going to spend significantly more money than if you’d just bought the right light the first time. As the creators of the first-ever full spectrum LED grow light—with the patent (No. 10238043) to prove it—my team and I have a unique perspective based on what we’ve learned in building LED grow lights over the years. Below are five of the most important things we’ve discovered since Rami Vardi founded Spectrum King, and we hope they help you to make a good purchase decision next time you’re in the market for a cannabis grow light. Courtesy of Spectrum King. The Phoenix 680W is built for toughness. It is the only light on the market with IP65 rated wire connections inside of its frame. Of course, the cannabis grow light itself is just part of the story. Make sure to buy something with a good warranty (Spectrum King’s warranty is five years), and work with a company where the sales team is committed to your success and will keep answering the phone long after you’ve made your purchase. Diode quality matters—a lot: When you see an LED grow light advertised online that looks good in the ad but is a fraction of the cost of all the brand-name competitors, diode quality is almost certainly the first place they cut corners. You’ll see why after just a couple of runs—your crop quality…

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