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hygger 24/7 Mode Submersible Aquarium LED Light, Full Spectrum Hidden Fish Tank Light with 3 Rows Beads 7 Colors Auto On Off…

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  • DEFAULT MODE(24/7 Natural Mode): Gradient Orange light (sunrise) from 6 am to 8 am; Gradient White light from 8 am to 6 pm; Gradient Blue light (moonlight) from 6 pm to 10:50 pm; The 24/7 lighting aquarium lights are off in other time periods. The overall default time period can be delayed or advanced.
  • DIY MODE: Full spectrum aquarium light also can change the time + brightness + color. ①Setting time(TIMER key): 3 kinds of time, 6h, or 10h, or 12h; ②Brightness(🔺/🔻 key): 5 kinds of brightness. ③Color(ON-OFF/ M key): White, Red, Blue, Green, Purple, Orange, Cyan, Cycle Color.
  • NEW UPGRADE: With professional white background paper, as a hidden atmosphere light and place it behind the outside of the fish tank. Also can be fixed under the fish tank cover. It can also be put into the water and used as an aquarium submersible light. Safely sealed, IP68 waterproof, and a variety of usage methods.
  • HIGH-QUALITY LIGHT: The light is soft, the color rendering index is close to natural light, protecting eyes and fish, to refuse the discomfort caused by stroboscopic for fish and viewers. Using high-quality 2835 + 5050 model lamp beads, long service life, at least 50,000 hours. The separable adapter, even if it is damaged, has no need to replace the whole light to avoid waste.
  • PRODUCT PARAMETERS: ①Power:6W; ②Led QTY:36PCS(White:17PCS/BLUE:5PCS/ RED:2PCS/ RGB:12PCS); ③CRI:79; ④Application(for Fish Tnak Long):8”-15” ; ⑥Power Cord: 6ft+4.9ft; ⑦Input Votage:AC100-240V; ⑧Output Votage:DC20V; ⑨Kelvin: White 6500K, Blue 455nm, Red 620nm; ⑩Lumens:609.8lm;

Specification: hygger 24/7 Mode Submersible Aquarium LED Light, Full Spectrum Hidden Fish Tank Light with 3 Rows Beads 7 Colors Auto On Off…

color

Black

material

Paper

Light Source Type

‎LED

Shade Material

‎Paper

Power Source

‎Corded Electric

Brand

‎hygger

Item Weight

‎9.2 ounces

Style

‎Modern

Number of Light Sources

‎1

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Product Dimensions

‎8"L x 1.8"W x 1.8"H

Manufacturer

‎hygger

Part Number

‎005

Item model number

‎8in 6W

size

‎8in 6W

Wattage

‎6 watts

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Switch Style

‎Push Button

Special Features

‎Full Spectrum

Batteries Included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎No

5 reviews for hygger 24/7 Mode Submersible Aquarium LED Light, Full Spectrum Hidden Fish Tank Light with 3 Rows Beads 7 Colors Auto On Off…

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  1. Christopher Morris

    I am updating this review with a tentative 4 due to the Hygger customer support team’s response to the issues I had and the replacement they shipped me. It is currently installed and I will update this in 60 days with its status. And condition. So far, so good.

    I’m glad I waited to post the review. I received and installed the light on June 9 2023 and it is August 30 2023 and the only functioning lights on the bar are the white ones. No longer does it have the orange sunrise and blue nights. It’s just white. And from the track record, I’m dreading how long these will last now too… guess I better hunt for a new lighting solution.

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  2. Jaynee

    Great product for the price. Brightened my tank up beautifully. The auto light setting works amazingly and the range of lighting options is phenomenal. Definitely may buy a second one for my daughters tank.

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  3. Verified Purchaser

    Update: The company reached out to me and traded out the light for a different one. Customer service was great and quick. The auction of the light needs some work but it could be how it was installed. Overall I am pleased with the service and hopeful the light will last.

    This was awesome until the light went out. We always set it to the daily switch where it would change light colors depending on the time of day and was a great feature but it went out today 🙁 It only lasted seven months.

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  4. Christina

    Bought this for my 5 gallon Aqueon minibow. It fit the cover easily, and lights the tank very well. I’m a little uncertain about whether or not this is a low light as according to PAR, as ever since I began using it, my red root floaters, which were previously completely green, have turned red. At best, I’d say it’s a medium light. It’s working well for my red root floaters as well as all my other plants (anubias, cryptocoryne lutea, marimo moss ball, scarlet temple, micro sword, bacopa, and pogostemon).

    That being said, definitely mind the photo period, because this can definitely cause an algae outbreak if left on too long. A bigger tank may have less of an issue with this.

    Now, for the cons. Unfortunately you can only program one color into the timer, and you can’t adjust the preset 6 am to 10 pm at all. Also, when you program the light, it always begins on a dim setting, gradually increases to the brightest setting, then dims back down and turns off. If you need the high lighting, it’s not so bad, but even on the 6 hour setting, it was more than my tank needed. So now, I briefly use the timer to wake my fish up, then after about an hour, I set the white light to 50%, leave that for about 8 hours, then switch to green for the rest of the evening and turn it off at night. Green light is harder for algae to use as an energy source, which allows me to keep a light on in the evening without encouraging algae growth. Overall, I’d recommend this. Just make sure to take time to dial the light level and timing in.

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  5. Christopher Morris

    I’ve only had these lights for about two weeks, so I can’t speak to their longevity. Hopefully they last a long time because I love these lights!

    I had submersible lights in my 125 gallon tank previously. They were some Chinese off brand that simply had an on/off switch. They were a brilliant, bright white with hints of blue, and since they had a simple switch they worked with smart plugs and Alexa routines.

    So that being said, the first thing to know about these is that they will not work with smart plugs. Once they lose power, they forget their settings. However I’ve found using the 24/7 timer mode to be even better. It can be a little tricky to get set because of poorly translated instructions (more on that later), but once you get it it’s easy…..and the results are quite brilliant!

    In the morning, instead of my lights popping on instantly at 100% brightness (which as you can imagine is probably not the nicest way to wake up), these lights begin with a soft orange moving gradually to a brighter orange to simulate sunrise. Then it slowly becomes a dim white light which throughout the day increases in intensity. Eventually the white light begins to fade into a bright blue simulating moonlight, which then fades over time into a lighter blue then darkness. It’s a much more natural light cycle. I believe the whole cycle results in roughly 16 hours of different types of light (6AM – 10:50PM). I’m not an expert by any means, but I do not believe this extended light cycle will contribute greatly to the growth of algae because it’s not intense white light all day every day, but I could be wrong (again, it’s only been 2 weeks).

    As for the intensity of the white light in particular (since that’s in use most of the day), it is satisfactory. I purchased another brand of light before these and they absolutely PALED in comparison to the old lights I was switching away from. I returned those and bought these. These are still not as bright as the old ones but they are much closer and I suspect it’s because these are more full spectrum instead of all white. But I’m obviously pleased with them, they certainly are more than good enough.

    As for setting the 24/7 cycle….just ignore the directions. You’ll see a series of times annotated on the controller with an LED light next to them…they are military time so just do some googling on that if you need to (or just subtract 12!). Wait until one of these time frames and push the 24/7 button until the LED next to that time is lit. You’re not really “setting” anything….you’re telling the controller the current time and it does the rest. If you want your cycle to start or end earlier than the 6am sunrise (the default), simply lie to the controller when you set the time (ie tell it that it’s 8pm when it’s actually 7pm or 9pm to move the cycle forward or back by an hour – or more).

    One final thing to note which should be obvious from the picture but I really didn’t think about it until I got them in hand…..most of the submersible LEDs I’ve had or looked at were a round tube secured in rings with suction cups. Because they were round, you could mount them anywhere in your tank (such as behind the rim) and simply rotate them to direct light where ever you want. These are, obviously, not round. So there is no rotating and they will only direct light directly up, down, or across from where you mount them. So keep this in mind when planning where your lights will be in your tank.

    Long story short, I love these lights and as long as they have a decent service life, I will 100% buy again! Will come back and add photos when I grab some (if I can add them later)

    UPDATE: I still love these lights, however it comes with a major caveat: I’ve already had to replace two due to water getting inside of them. I replaced the first hoping it was a fluke…. Now the same thing with another one. I love the lights enough otherwise that I WILL replace again, but this time the “submersible” lights will NOT be going in the water. I advise either keeping your water level low enough that the lights aren’t actually submerged or mounting them top of your lids. That will present it’s own problems that I have to solve because the glass reflects some of the light back into the room. But I’ll figure that out…

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    hygger 24/7 Mode Submersible Aquarium LED Light, Full Spectrum Hidden Fish Tank Light with 3 Rows Beads 7 Colors Auto On Off…
    hygger 24/7 Mode Submersible Aquarium LED Light, Full Spectrum Hidden Fish Tank Light with 3 Rows Beads 7 Colors Auto On Off…

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