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the Orphek slimline LED reef aquarium fixtures are now available from our dealers! Formerly called the T-5 LED tubes, we've revamped the product and made it a standalone tube fixture that is completely plug-and-play. For more details, including HD video, follow the link above!

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How do these compare in terms of Par to and ATI Blue plus bulb? Can we expect to get the same or better par values and penetration as the T5 bulb they would be replacing? Will these add daytime shimmer in a 6 bulb T5 fixture with one of the bulbs being the "daylight" Led bulb in the setup? Does the new design retain the t5 bulb shape and mounting type?

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Edited by msholmes, 14 July 2011 - 11:08 AM.


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I have seen better product videos to be honest. I cant even tell how the unit looks nor how much light it is actually putting out.

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I cant even tell how the unit looks nor how much light it is actually putting out.


^ also do these fit into a T5 fixture as a bulb replacement?

Your website makes it really difficult to navigate find information about your products. As a consumer I don't want to have to walk through a maze to find what I'm looking for. This isn't Costco, I've been on your site twice in 5 minutes and have lost interest both times because it's difficult to even see what products you have available.

tl;dr - You need to redesign your website.

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just because it says california doesn't mean it's from california. thats like saying kazooie is a woman just because he dresses like a hooker.


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Where can I order these?

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Mad4Tanks is the only dealer with these in stock as far as I know :)

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Mad4Tanks is the only dealer with these in stock as far as I know :)



Thanks. I ordered some (3 W/B/UV and 2 Moonlights for my 120 build) and they should be here this week hopefully.

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Thanks. I ordered some (3 W/B/UV and 2 Moonlights for my 120 build) and they should be here this week hopefully.


mad4tanks has the price for a 36" at $159.... isnt the price supposed to be $139? M4T taking advantage of the whole supply and demand thing eh? ;)

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The 'actinic' versions cost a bit more. MSRP is only "suggested", after all. Dealers are free to charge whatever they like as long as it's above the minimum.

Buyorpheklights (not affiliated with us) will have stock soon, as well.

Edited by OrphekUSA, 18 July 2011 - 09:31 PM.


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mad4tanks has the price for a 36" at $159.... isnt the price supposed to be $139? M4T taking advantage of the whole supply and demand thing eh? ;)



The 'actinic' versions cost a bit more, but yeah, looks like. Buyorpheklights (not affiliated with us) will have stock soon, as well.


I looked at the price on both and they are as follows for the ML 36"
M4T= $149
BOL= $179