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This may not sound good but it was my fault - I accidentally shorted one of my turquoise leds. So the red/turquoise string has been down since Saturday. Replacements + a few extra turquoise to add are on they're way. My point being that I miss the output from these leds even after a few days - they add SO MUCH to the color spectrum I don't know how I went without them before. They are indefinitely worth adding to any DIY fixtures line up.

+++ to Milad for making these available to us.

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**UPDATE** All exotics are not in stock and shipping daily, 60 degree, 120 degree, True Violet 420nm, Turquoise 495nm and Deep Red 660nm. All in stock

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One of each LED on a 3 up star??

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One of each LED on a 3 up star??


shhhhhh :)

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So like an RGB, but more Turqoise, RB, 660nm? Interesting....

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**UPDATE** All exotics are not in stock and shipping daily, 60 degree, 120 degree, True Violet 420nm, Turquoise 495nm and Deep Red 660nm. All in stock


What brand is this True Violet, Turquoise and Deep Red?

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shhhhhh :)

Help, Help, I being repressed!

Srsly - that sounds like it would be cool.