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I am thinking of trying out one of these. I would like to grow 6-8 plants Anybody got any feedback on this company, or these lights?
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One of the best LED companies around.

UK designed and built.

There are three tiers to Budmaster as I understand.

The XG range, the COB, and the GOD.

Even the XG range are £400 for an entry level led.

Very nice lights.
 

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Thank you, I think the Budmaster 675 should do for 6-8 plants?. It says the coverage is 1.2 X 1.2. I will explore this further when my present grow finishes. Hopefully somebody on here has got this brand and can advise me.
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The Budmaster 2 XG675 will, cover a 1.2 square footprint I imagine, I think they need to be hung 60cm + from the canopy of your girls.

But I'm a noob there's plenty of pros and aficionados here to guide you
 

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The trick is the posiston of your led. Find the sweet spot and if i may ask what is the dementions of the grow lights? i find my lights optimal at about 15 inches from the canopy.... We have to remember that the leds are not the greatest for penetration. the more leds the better i find
 
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