National Geographic 48in LED! Great light!

  1. The Cichlidae Guy Member Member

    Picked up a 48in national geographic LED light today. Beyond happy with the build quality and colors! Not to mention it was only $75! This pics do not do it justice, its much whiter light. The fish colors popped a lot though! Newlightfull.jpg NEW LIGHT.jpg New Light1.jpg
  2. Castiel* Well Known Member Member

    Does look fairly bright! How many LEDs does it have? Also does it have night effects/blue lights? Glad you are happy with your purchase!!

  3. HappyKnitter Member Member

    I also picked one up today for my goldfish tank . Very happy with it.
  4. Rivieraneo Moderator Moderator Member

    Thank you for reviewing and providing your opinion! I've personally have not bought any Nat Geo items, but have heard only good about them, so i might have to give them a try, plus a 48 inch LED bar for $75, that's a good deal. By chance, do you have any PAR data ?>

  5. HappyKnitter Member Member

    Here are the pics of my tank with the NatGeo light.

    Here are the pics of my tank with the NatGeo light. but I cant find the PAR data


  6. dakota Member Member

    I like the looks of that fixture. I am going to Petsmart and get the 48 inch. Hope it is bright enough for my 72 gallon bow front tropical tank. The price is sure right.
  7. HappyKnitter Member Member

    I think they had a larger one . I think it was priced at $129.99

  8. Castiel* Well Known Member Member

    Nice looking light again, does it work well with your live plants?
  9. dakota Member Member

    I went to Petsmart and got the Nat geo 48 inch led. I am sorry to say It lasted 3 days and several leds went out and several stopped working. I returned it back to them. They had another return one the same one with the same problem. I guess you can get bad in any product and an glad some are happy with them. I liked the price it was good. I turned around and ordered a Current Satillite Plus from Kens Fish good service and fast shipping. It has very good reviews with the different lighting affects and it resonable priced at $119.99. Thanks

    Clean Water = Happy Healthy Fish
  10. The Cichlidae Guy Member Member

    Sorry everyone, been gone for a while. I no longer have the box or info on PAR data but I will say the light is still working fine, every bulb. I definitely love it, and the night blue lights are not over powering like some. I would definitely buy another one. Not sure how it works with live plants. My live plants are running under a t8 color max bulb right now, I was going to get a plant bulb but the color spectrum was about the same and it was 5 dollars cheaper.

  11. dakota Member Member

    Very nice looking tanks good job. Thanks

    Clean Water = Happy Healthy Fish