This LED grow light will help you start your seedlings or grow a garden all year.
This small grow light only uses 12 watts of power. It is energy-efficient and does not need additional tools that some of the larger units require. The light bill will not increase because of this light!
You can use this with any light socket or lamp without damaging your plant from heat exposure.
Watch my video of how it looks and how to use it.
With this light you will be able to grow herbs and leafy vegetable all year round! It makes your life a lot easier for hard to care for plants and it can even bring back a house plant that is dying. You can use this light for phases of plant growth. This light is not powerful enough for full fruiting plants, such as an orange tree.
GrowHobby LED plant light is made from German imported osram chipsets, solid aluminum casing and technology of LED lighting. It lasts longer, requires no maintenance costs, uses virtually no energy, and does not require replacement bulbs.
No Need for Additional Heat Sinks and Fans Means Easy Set Up!
GrowHobby’s goal is to get these lights into every classroom in America. They want children to understand how to grow plants and use this LED Grow Light.
Fits Standard North American Bulb Socket (e26 Base). Lasts 50,000 Hours+. It is 4.5 x 4.5 x 5 inches and only weighs 13 ounces. It has 9 red and 3 blue LED bulbs.
Created their spectrum to cover the photosynthesis range (around 445 nanometers blue and 650 nanometers red). It is also a lot cooler compared to older technology. This gives off barely any heat. So if you need to leave it on it will not harm anything.
This company is based in the USA and is family-owned. The packaging on this makes for sure the light arrives in one piece.
This light would be great for the single person in an apartment, does not need much space, but the owner get fresh veggies all year.
This light really is well built and seems like it is made to last, plus they give you a 1 year warranty.
My husband is going to start his tomato plants and I will update this when he gets that going.