Cost for Ceiling

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Re: Cost for Ceiling

Postby Sometimewoodworker » Sun Apr 20, 2014 6:41 am

JASONTHAI wrote:
schuimpge wrote:HomePro has a very good on-line catalog where you can direct order with free delivery. Both English and Thai. There's a link for the shop on their normal web page.

Thanks, this is where I got the pics from, both lights from Lamptan, I don't like the idea of just testing them at Homepro as I feel it's better to take them home and test in your own house to get the feel of the light as no two houses are the same, I was thinking of going with 3 watt for the front room as it will have more fittings and 5 watt for the other rooms but I will have to see how the test goes!

On another note I have found where to buy the LED strip lights (E-Bay/ Amazon) for the front room & bedroom, cost about £20 (1100 Baht) per 5mt, but was looking at YouTube and found this and was looking at this for the front room but cost a lot more than E-Bay ! but the lights do look good !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=09eEdbpb-nI

http://www.dx.com/p/5050-waterproof-72w-3000lm-300-5050-smd-led-blue-light-strip-5m-dc-12v-287786#.U1MJQ4QaySM gets you 5 meters 12v for $17.99 including shipping

http://www.dx.com/p/jrled-60w-4500lm-300-smd-5050-led-rgb-soft-light-strip-w-24-key-remote-controller-100-240v-294501#.U1MKA_4aySM

Gets you 5 meters of RGB 100~240v with a colour controller
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Re: Cost for Ceiling

Postby MGV12 » Sun Apr 20, 2014 8:40 am

schuimpge wrote:HomePro has a very good on-line catalog where you can direct order with free delivery. Both English and Thai. There's a link for the shop on their normal web page.


This is turning into an LED thread :roll:

Just checked the HomePro online site and they sure have extended the range in the last few months ... ? it seems.
Some good deals there is you cherry pic but as always with such places the good deals mask the bad deals for the unwary .... for example
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My local [Home Mall] 239 Baht HomePro 690 Baht same-same http://www.directtoshop.com/webapp/wcs/ ... reId=10001

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Re: Cost for Ceiling

Postby schuimpge » Sun Apr 20, 2014 9:03 am

As they say...: It pays to shop around.. :D
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