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Old 02-24-2016, 06:51 PM   #1
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zoomed CFL light

Hello,

I have a 20g long FOWLER currently with no lights over it.. I am looking for a cheap way to light this and have some softies.. zoas, leathers, mushrooms.. I do have LEDs just no way to hang them, so I was thinking about the zoomed or aqueon CFL bulbs.. Has anyone had any experience with them or other alternatives? I am looking for something that I can either put in a lap or a clip on lamp of sorts but don't want to drop the money into a PAR38 bulb or something like that.

Any help or comments is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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