6x18 vs 9x18 Uplight comparison

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DJ Ricky B

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Very nice. How is their reliability? Any failures? How are repairs or failures handled with that company?
I dunno. One of the reviews mentioned that the owner of Rainbow Lights sent them a new unit right away.

They are certainly quality lights. I like them a lot. I will be ordering more of them at some point to replace my old Blizzard Pucks unplugged.
 
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Very nice. How is their reliability? Any failures? How are repairs or failures handled with that company?
I bought 16 and have 1 dead one. Have had an on-going problem of fuses blowing occasionally. Mild irritation but the units are just fantastic on the display they give.
 
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I bought 16 and have 1 dead one. Have had an on-going problem of fuses blowing occasionally. Mild irritation but the units are just fantastic on the display they give.
I wonder if this is an issue with similar Chinese-origin uplights across the board or just Rainbow's.
 
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I wonder if this is an issue with similar Chinese-origin uplights across the board or just Rainbow's.
I bought 2 Rainbows (@$200 each) and have had no issues with those. It's the cheaper $100 each lights that are blowing fuses. They seem to be fine after they've been fired up but something about plugging/un-plugging seems to pop the fuses. Perhaps that's why they put a 2nd rocker switch to turn power availability off/on to the battery.
 

BlueLineDJ

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I bought 2 Rainbows (@$200 each) and have had no issues with those. It's the cheaper $100 each lights that are blowing fuses. They seem to be fine after they've been fired up but something about plugging/un-plugging seems to pop the fuses. Perhaps that's why they put a 2nd rocker switch to turn power availability off/on to the battery.
Did you buy the Smart 2 or the Smart2 Mini?
 
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Did you buy the Smart 2 or the Smart2 Mini?
Smart 2. The Rainbow fixtures have a single on/off switch. The other chinese fixtures have 2 rocker switches. I was told that the first one connects the fixture to the power source (battery/plugin) and the 2nd one actually turns the fixture on/off. Seemed kinda goofy to me.
 
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