LED Grow Lights Review JUEYINGBAILI 80W – Light Up Your Plants!

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LED Grow Lights Review – Will it light up your plants?

 

For those homes that need a boost of light for plants, we offer this LED Grow Lights Review. Indeed, many plants require supplemental light indoors, unless they occupy a sunny window.

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Of course, some happily enjoy little natural lighting. For those, no extra light may be necessary. In fact, for the shade-loving plants, too much light proves quite harmful.

However, for the sun-loving houseplants in your home, we suggest you continue reading our grow lights review.

As you search for a way to light up your plants, you’ll find a variety of LED grow lights review sites. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be reviewing different styles of grow lights for your houseplants. Our first review is of the JUEYINGBAILI 80W.

 

The Basics

Product:  JUEYINGBAILI 80W

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Material: Aviation Aluminum

Size:       4, 24-inch adjustable arms

covers 360° area

about a 48-50″ diameter circle

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Warranty: 24 months (manufacturer)

Price: Check current price

 

JUEYINGBAILI 80W, LED Grow Lights Product Review

 


 

Many of us find it difficult to balance the number of sun-loving plants with the amount of sun reaching them. In fact, it often seems that we could fill a greenhouse with our plants that need a lot of sunlight.

However,  the solution exists and provides plenty of options.Enter, the LED Grow Lights.

 

 

 

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The Details

Grow Light Review JUEYINGBAILI 80W

The Details

 

  • Product Description
    • With 4 flexible light arms, this grow light simulates natural sunlight in your home. You choose the configuration, based on how you set the arms. By adjusting the angle of the arms, you control the amount of light for your plants.
    • The clip-on base attaches to your table. But, when you need to move to another location, it easily unclips in seconds. (see cons and a note)
    • Powered by USB or AC Power Plug, it’s truly portable. USB power adapter included.
    • LED Grow Lights provide 3 color modes(Red Light, Blue Light & Mixed Light) and 9 brightness settings ranging from 20% to 100%. This provides the light necessary for photosynthesis and all growth stages of your plants.
    • Intelligent Timing Function & High-Quality LED Circuits allows you to control timing even when you are not home.
    • LED Bulbs made of aviation aluminum heat conductive material which increases longevity to more than 50,000 hours. Also, it  provides steady current without flickering, melting or burning
  • Pros 
    • Very functional light that is portable.
    • Long-reaching arms give better coverage of the plant area.
    • True full-spectrum to help plants healthy.
    • LED is less heat-producing to prevent burning plants
    • Adjust brightness and timing for perfect control.
    • You may use the plug or USB, depending on your needs.
    • Use with your Alexa type device, too, for more control.
  • Cons
    • Light arms are long (good reach) but they tend to sag.
    • While the clip makes this easy to move, it also is a problem if you don’t have a solid place to clip onto.
      • NOTE: An easy remedy: Use a piece of board or another solid object to attach the light to as a base.
    • Light needs to be fairly close to the plants to ensure full exposure.
  • Price
  • Guarantee
    • Yes, 12 month
  • TIPS
    • Before using, be sure to remove the secondary protective plastic on the light tubes.
    • To create a more permanent base, the stand can be disassembled at the clip.
    • See note above about the clip (see “cons”)
  • Product Specifications
    • Material: PVC
    • Power: 80W
    • Input Voltage: 5V
    • LED Chips: Red : Blue = 52 : 28
    • Wavelength: Red: 660nm / Blue: 460nm
    • Life Time: 50000 hours
    • Product Weight: 1.1 lbs
    • Working Temperature:-20°C~40°C
    • Certification: RoHS CE FCC UL
  • Package Includes:
    • 1*4 Heads LED Grow Light
    • Power Adapter
    • Instructions
    • Spade for Indoor Plants
    • Rake for Indoor Plants
    • Shovel for Indoor Plants

 

Our Comments:

This product offers a very good way to liven up those sun-loving houseplants. In fact, even the indirect plants will thrive when the sunlamp is adjusted to their needs.

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Our Recommendation

If your houseplants need additional lighting, this light provides an excellent solution. And the reasonable price makes it an easy choice.

The Amazon rating is currently at 4.7/5 with over 900 reviews listed. We agree with that rating. In fact, our experience would prove almost a 5 rating, having had no problems with the unit.

However, if you need a floor standing lamp to illuminate a larger area, please stop back often. We’ll be reviewing other similar products, including our favorite floor model that enjoys a special location in our home.

 

16 Comments

  1. Abel

    I like these LED Grow Lights and I think I’ll give them a try.

    I have a couple of boards and can use them to attach the light to as a base. So that would definitely be a quick fix. An I think I can also solve the issue of the lights needing to be fairly close to the plants.

    Thank you for this recommendation. It will be a great purchase for my plants.

    Reply
    • Diane

      It sounds like you have the perfect solution to creating a base for the light.

      I hope the grow lights provide you years of service and good health for your plants!

      Thanks for visiting the site. Please stop back again soon.

      Reply
  2. Lindsey

    Thank you for providing this informative review about LED grow lights for plants!  I never knew about this product until coming across your website.  I’m so glad I found your review.  I currently have several houseplants that get decent exposure to sunlight but there is one room in my house that does not receive a lot of sunlight.  I never want to put a plant in that room because of this.  But now, knowing that LED lights can provide decent sunlight to the plant without burning it is such a game changer!

    Reply
    • Diane

      I am glad you found the information in the review helpful, Lindsey. Please visit my website again soon! 

      Reply
  3. John

    Looks like a great light to give plants some additional light to help them on their way.  You say the light needs to be really close to the product to get the best output though.  Is there an alternative you would recommend if you have a lot of plants and need more power (if that makes sense).

    Would appreciate your thoughts.  thanks

    Reply
    • Diane

      Yes, there are actually two that come to mind. I’ll be doing full reviews on them soon, but in the meantime, you can see them at: https://amzn.to/2AIneac  and https://amzn.to/2CaR8Es. Both are good, sturdy lamps. Both are quite reasonably priced, too. The obvious difference between them is the appearance. With either of the floor models, please choose a location where they will not be toppled over by someone accidentally hitting into it as they walk by. They do tend to be top heavy, due to the needs of the light itself. However, in a corner or braced by a table they are find.

      Thanks for visiting. Please stop by again soon.

      Reply
  4. Aly

    Thanks for this article about LED grow lights for plants. Our household just got into the Carolina Reaper (world’s hottest peppers) and we cook with them often. Unfortunately, we can’t find them locally so we end up ordering them online, which gets expensive. We tried planting some seeds we bought, but we just didn’t get them planted early enough in the season for them to really grow. Something like this LED grow light is probably perfect to help us grow those spicy treats inside from our sunroom! Thanks so much!!

    Reply
    • Diane

      Yes, indoor fruit or vegetable plants benefit greatly from these grow lights. If you need more area lit, you might consider either:  https://amzn.to/2AIneac  or https://amzn.to/2CaR8Es.

      We will be reviewing these two soon but find them very useful for larger spaces in our home.

      With a grow light, you should be able to grow peppers indoors year-round.

      Thanks for visiting houseplantjoy. Please stop back soon!

      Reply
  5. PrettySophia

    Wow this is really nice I can’t wait to try them out as I am a big fan of lights and beautification and with plants involved I think it just got a whole lot better….thanks for sharing this awesome article I know it would help a lot of people out there as it has been of help to me….

    Reply
    • Diane

      I’m happy that the review information was helpful to you!

      Thanks for visiting my site and please stop back again soon.

      Reply
  6. Brianna

    I was just looking for a single grow light bulb when I came across your article. This is a neat product! I like the multiple “arms”. I might actually get more plants! (So far I only trust myself with the one.) I am very new to keeping plants so what exactly do the different colors do for the plants? Thanks in advance.

    Reply
    • Diane

      I’m glad the information was useful to you. Even with one plant, the separate arms can be useful in directing the light in such a way to focus on the plant. Then, when you do add more plants, you are ready to do so!

      Thanks for visiting the site. Please stop back again soon.

      Reply
  7. Michael

    Hello,

    Thank you for putting this article together.  It looks like you put a lot of effort into it.

    We have an orchid, and are finding it hard to take care of.  You mentioned that the JUEYINGBAILI 80W has settings for red light, blue light, and mixed light.  Which type of light do you recommend?

    I know it sounds strange asking about getting more light for an orchid, since it’s a shade loving plant, but we want to keep it in the study downstairs in our basement.  There’s no light there.

    We just don’t have space anywhere else.

    Thanks in advance for any advice you can provide.

    Michael

    Reply
    • Diane

      Most orchids actually thrive in full-spectrum lighting, such as the sunlight or a grow light. The light encourages flowering. They do not like a strong afternoon light, however. You can program this grow light to accommodate the orchid’s needs.

      We are planning an upcoming article on orchid care. Please stop back soon and look for it!

      Reply
  8. David

    Hi there and thank you for the very informative review on the LED grow lights.  It’s been a few years since I had to worry about plants, but I was always fortunate to have sunlight exposure on 2-3 sides of my home.  However, the apartment I’m currently living in only has north facing windows in the kitchen and living room.  Not the brightest location for plants.  I’m writing this review around noontime on a bright sunny day and it is still dim in here.

    A light like the one described would probably be the right choice for my apartment.  I freely admit that I don’t know a heck of a lot about plants, but I do know something about the light spectrum.  Visible or white light is made up of RGB (red, green, blue) wavelengths.  In the light specs it says that it is only using a red chip and a blue chip.  Do you have any explanation as to why there is no green chip?  Do you know if the company makes lights that are infrared or ultraviolet?

    Cheers,
    David

    Reply
    • Diane

      Most grow lights feature the red and blue chips as those are the ones that most benefit the plant’s growth, although there is continuing research on the actual pros and cons of including green. One article that explains the current thinking is: 

      https://www.hunker.com/12000149/the-effect-of-green-light-on-plants

      Since the LED lights seem to be quite effective, I feel confident in suggesting them at this time. If the ongoing research changes the acceptable practices, I will certainly update the findings on houseplantjoy.

      Thank you for your questions. I hope you will stop by again soon!

      Reply

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