Disclosure: I received a complimentary “LED Grow Light for Indoor Plants by LONAO” through the Amazon Vine Program in exchange for my review. All opinions are 100% my own. This post may contain affiliate links.
We are all looking forward to spring. To beat the winter blues the kids and I planted some tomatoes as part of a science experiment with the “Tomatosphere Seed Investigation“. We know it’s early in the season to plant tomatoes, but we all just needed to see something green growing to remind us that spring is coming. It seemed to take ages, but in reality, it was just a little over a week our plants started to grow. The seedlings seemed to be needing a little extra sunlight. We installed the “LED Grow Light by LONAO” to give them a little boost of much-needed light.
The “LED Grow Light” is a full spectrum light. I have no way of testing this, but my plants appear to appreciate having the light turned on to extend the daylight hours.
The light has a timer function that will automatically turn off the light after 3, 6, or 12 hours and automatically turn it on 24 hours later. There is also an option to keep the light on.
Press the button with the arrows to turn on lamps A, B or A and B depending on your needs.
It has 5 dimming levels starting at 20% brightness and working up to 100% brightness.
The gooseneck lights can be adjusted to give your plants optimal lights. The neck can be moved as well as the bulbs can be rotated 360 degrees.
The padded clamp holds the light securely. We chose to put it on the back of a chair, but it works equally well on the side of the table. It has a tight clamp and does not slide around.
We have our plants sitting on the kitchen table. There is a small window that allows sunshine in during the day. Our daylight hours in the winter are short so supplementing the plants with a little extra light prevents the seedlings from becoming gangly.
Overall we are pleased with the “LONAO Grow Light and looking forward to using it more in the future.