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    Posted: September 25 2017 at 9:42pm
Real quick question. I have 6 gal Nano Cube that I've had for years. The PC bulb just burnt out and I'm thinking of removing the lid and using a clip on LED for it moving forward.

Does anyone have recommendations on a good option? I'm only planning on growing softies & anemones, so nothing too intense.

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Kessil makes some great small LED lights that not only look good but will grow corals very well. Keep your eye on the classifieds here or on KSL as I see them for sale quite often at great prices.
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That's what I was going to suggest. Another note, I was browsing around some DIY LED sites and found this little guy http://www.stevesleds.com/PARMAX-V20--7-up-LED-Array-Board--Solderless_p_331.html that could be finagled to work and is fairly inexpensive. Marine depot has a nano-led section that may spark some ideas too.... https://www.marinedepot.com/Nano_LED_Lighting-FILTNL-ct.html 
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