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LED T8 tubes - 18W to 24W

Posted By: caroloon88

Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2020

Price: $5.00

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LED T8 tubes 18W to 24W - New


From $5.00 to $9.00


Great quality


1 year local factory warranty


If you need bulk purchase or on project basis, pls contact us @ 61000611 or visit us http://ai-ledlight.com



We have many LED lights :


High quality & Cheap :
LED T8 tubes
LED Fluorescent lights
LED PL lights
LED ceiling lights
LED downlight bulbs
LED flood lights
LED garden lights
LED high bay lights
LED Strip lights
LED designer lights
LED swimming pool lights,
etc.


All bulk orders, custom made lights, project basis are all welcome.


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