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  Reply # 854948 13-Jul-2013 15:03
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joker97: the reason I am after LED light is some come with an insulating shell so I don't need to have a gap cut out of my pink batts ... does yours do that or have a way of doing that?

sorry if my explanation is poor perhaps someone else can help me explain


I think what you are talking about is the actual light fittings. These LEDs may not require any clearence, due to no creating much heat. However if someone happens to put a conventional bulb into the fitting, and you have put insulation over the fitting, then this could be a fire risk. 

What I would like to see is LED bulbs and decent downlighting fittings for them, that can also be insulated over. I am noit sure that Edison screen, bayonet cap ones that are retrofitted into existing fittings could be used in such fittings, as you  can also install conventional bulbs in those same fittings, which need a large insulation gap to prevent a fire risk.

The main ones I have seen so far are all in one fittings/light bulbs, where if the light bulb blows you have to replace the fitting. I wouldn't buy these due to the high risk of a business disappearing or the design changing, and you then can't get replacements, meaning your room will have odd light fittings.

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  Reply # 854990 13-Jul-2013 16:40
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Spelling mistakes still exist: http://www.wifilights.co.nz/?page_id=20 "Full dimming cotnrol"




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 855000 13-Jul-2013 17:14
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Meet the team page isn't really a meet the team page, it's a brief meet the team and then a blurb on the technical part, which should be a summary at the top of the products page before the products list.

The website is a significant improvement.



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  Reply # 855004 13-Jul-2013 17:24
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Thank you for your feedback guys. I know there is still some work to do, but this is the best place to get the raw feedback. Keep it coming.

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  Reply # 855031 13-Jul-2013 18:55
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I guess one of the main problems I have is the site has tonnes of spelling and grammar mistakes and the images are ripped off http://www.limitlessled.com - you don't own any of the content on it. My personal recommendation is:

1) If you're reselling Limiteless LED products, state you are instead of passing it off as your own product.
2) Use your own photos and content, if you rip images off another website you could run into copyright issues in the future.






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  Reply # 855033 13-Jul-2013 18:57
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We have complete consent to use the images. Thank you for your advice though.

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  Reply # 855323 14-Jul-2013 16:04
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So this is just you importing one product in bulk and reselling for an inflated price?

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  Reply # 855333 14-Jul-2013 16:18
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Xeon: So this is just you importing one product in bulk and reselling for an inflated price?


???  You mean like all retailers in NZ do!?  Obviously they have to make a living or why would they import the products and sell them?

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  Reply # 855358 14-Jul-2013 16:41
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itxtme:
Xeon: So this is just you importing one product in bulk and reselling for an inflated price?


???  You mean like all retailers in NZ do!?  Obviously they have to make a living or why would they import the products and sell them?


No no, as in are they just reseller of a product or have they been involved in design or app creation (etc.).



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  Reply # 855381 14-Jul-2013 17:07
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Wifi Lights is currently a re-seller of Limitless LED products. We are also sourcing other Wifi, and home automation products along with a much larger selection of LED lighting. From Strip lighting, to bar LEDs (kicking out over 5,000Lmn), and T5, T8, T12 LEDs. As we are only 20 days old. We require time to grow and increase the product stocks. The best way of gaining capital to grow we have decided is Wifi Controlled LED lights.



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  Reply # 855385 14-Jul-2013 17:17
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Furthermore, we have been fitting out houses and doing the programming required, as it's not so easy to do on a big scale. 
We also have plans to recreate the app and Wifi Bridge UI. These will all be done in the following months.

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  Reply # 855397 14-Jul-2013 17:41
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You'll be best to state on your website they're Limitless LED lights instead of "WiFi Lights" - that's my opinion anyway.




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  Reply # 855402 14-Jul-2013 17:50
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Hi, very cool.

I understand one would need LED fittings to use these?
OR can I use these in any old ES fitting?

Might pay to add this to your FAQ on the website... might be some muppets thinking they can use these with standard ES fittings? (OR can you actually use them on standard ES fittings)!


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  Reply # 855419 14-Jul-2013 18:15
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What are the benefits of purchasing the bulbs from you rather than direct from limitlessled?

I can see support possibly being one, but Hamish is good at replying to emails when I have contacted him
If you are actually in partnership with Hamish (as per existing posts..) why are you creating another brand and more confusion?
There are already multiple names for these bulbs overseas from resellers and from posts I have seen, people are getting confused about their origin.
Why not just promote the LimitlessLED brand in New Zealand?

Example:
For the starter pack:
Your cost for the GZ special: $97.00 incl shipping
Your cost usually: $98.00 + shipping
LimitlessLED: $94.16 incl shipping





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  Reply # 855534 14-Jul-2013 22:10
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Gooseybhai: Hi, very cool.

I understand one would need LED fittings to use these?
OR can I use these in any old ES fitting?

Might pay to add this to your FAQ on the website... might be some muppets thinking they can use these with standard ES fittings? (OR can you actually use them on standard ES fittings)!



Haha. The muppets would be right Wink We have B22 (bayonet) or E27 (NZ Screw) available

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