Maxibright 315w Daylight
In this section we will be bringing you the latest products on the market and ones that will be arriving soon, (unlike some magazines who feature old products time and again just to satisfy advertisers). There are so many products and variants that it can be a very daunting task knowing which to choose especially with many of them making daft, ridiculous claims backed up by weak, blinkered evidence if any at all. There are a few shops promoting vast swathes of products to the customer dressed up as feeding programs for example but in reality are over selling without the customers’ best interest at heart – but that’s a whole other article that we will discuss very soon. Needless to say, that the customer’s reliance on quality shops and their staff knowledge is more important than ever. There are far more quality stores out there looking after their customers well with quality products and service than there are money making shysters but they are out there too and should be avoided at all times.
New in April 2015 – Maxibright 315w Daylight CDM single and twin units. Although the 315wCDM systems have been on the market for a couple of years now, and are not really that new, the Maxibright units are different. The current market leaders, Dimlux and ePapilon, both have integrated ballasts (attached to the reflector) making them not so ideal in tents and other situations where weight may be of concern. This is not the case with the new Maxibright 315w Daylight remote ballast and reflector sets. The reflectors come as a single or twin lamp model and have been carefully designed and tested to give the best output and coverage for this type of light. The ballasts use all Phillips components as are the lamps so you can be sure of the highest quality as with all Maxibright products from Maxigrow. A complete 315w single system price of £365, and £625 for the 630w twin system make these units extremely competitive in todays market. Maxigrow is a UK company and all units are made in Sheffield. If you not familiar with 315w Ceramic Discharge Metal-halide light source then you can find out all you need to grow right here.
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