VIDEO: Meet the Angels

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  1. MarineDepot

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    VIDEO: Meet the Angels

    One box. One device. One button. Simple.

    Robert recently spoke with Scott from Euroquatics to discuss their new line of Angel LED lights (now available at MD!) to see what sets them apart from other aquarium lights on the market today.

    Plug and play right out of the box, it’s professional aquarium lighting made simple.



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    Dont suppose there is discussion as to MSRP?
     
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    Not sure we understand your question, although the A1 (95 Watts) is $574.99 and the A1P (150 Watts) is $679.99; both ship free within the contiguous U.S.
     
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    How do you all at marine depot think this compares to lights of similar (or slightly higher) price points?
     
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    My question is answered,
    also...
    what VA Reef said.
     
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    Ease of use is where this fixture truly shines:D The built-in wifi is a great feature that really helps to simplify the setup. The use of warm white LED for that extra PAR and wider spectrum was a very good choice in our opinion. We also love the 'mood' features. We often find ourselves wanting to temporarily change the lighting: either when guests are visiting, when we are adding new corals, when we are fragging, or when we are taking pictures. However, with most current fixtures, it is a tedious task as you have to change your current program then change it back. Being able to simply push a button to change the color/intensity definitely makes things easier.
     
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