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Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Lite4, Aug 2, 2007.
I know IlluminFX has a spread lens now for their fiber tips.
I am waiting for my 1st illuminfx unit. I will let you know about their lenses then. They have spread lenses available from fiberstar, which is what you see in the pic.
I hate the winter. It's 28 here, snowy and miserable. The thought of summer won't be here for a few months. Love the pond pics!.
68 degrees here. Unusually warm for this time a year. Should be 50's high, 30's low
70's and sunny here today. Couldnt be nicer!!
-25c here tonight...
Today it got to a high of -8c and I managed to get only 8 tree lights installed... It is slow going in all the snow and ice, lots of glove changes, and that darned CAST tin-ox wire is a total pain in the arse. The jacket actually cracks clear through if you are not careful.
Sounds like awesome wire!!!
I guesss thats where the light loses it's "PERFECTION" title huh??? A fixture is only as good as it's weakest component!
thats not fair... now i gotta go freeze some unique wire and some cast wire in the deep freezer and check the difference out
LOL....Hey remember James said my light could not even come close to the "NEAR PERFECTION" of his CAST downlight. But go ahead, I need to know what happens. Something tells me my wire will not crack...LOL
i dont have issues with the freezing so here the cast tree light is near perfection. yours dont look shabby at all. I do like having it sealed off tho without just a louver to be bent up .