Looking for a light 5x5 tent.These are in my price range.If there other lights in this price range please let me know.For now these are the two I’m looking at
I bought a timber grow light, looking into buying another
Hlg 550 wins hands down , good investment
I would go with HLG. This is why.
Its like having the Sun in your tent. I get over 2 lbs dried, cured and no stems off my Photos.
Personally I like having two lights instead of one big light. Gives you a little flexibility for whatever reason you might need one light a little higher than the other one. Just sharing my thoughts good luck with your new light.
I have another 5x5 with 2 600.seems to do ok.I 'll go that way again.Thanks for replying.U have a favorite 2
I have a 4 by 4 space and running two HLG 260 R-Spec XL the 260 might cut you a little short on a 5x5 space if you’re interested in the HLG ,I would look at the website and see what the next size up to cover a 5 by 5 space.
Yes, Yes, Yes!!!
when you grow plants that are bigger than the tent you need decent light!
i wouldn’t have thought of that at all.
like what do you do? Tie them into knots? Make rope out of them? Looks like an indoor hemp field!
Im sitting in a roasting hot car waiting for my wife to finish shopping! Salmon Arm oh yeah!
Fackin bullshot! Covid 9000
Come on down and smoke my “Hemp Field.” I bet I can make you black out smoking my goods.
I black out looking at the pictures! In fact Im blacking out now!
So you need some smelling salts to wake up?
@MrPeat is gonna be the guy that has a cannibus tree fall on him and has to smoke his way to freedom.
Neither is technically big enough to flower a 5x5 on 12 hour schedule and hit max DLI. If I was limited to the two, I would definitely buy hlg light over spider farmer.
I have no idea about actual performance of this light. But if specs are accurate its tight there with gavita and fluence flagship models, and $200-$500 cheaper. If I was looking to save a few bucks on 5x5 light, I would probably go with one of these.
Oh that would be a tough problem to have.