The Penetrator X Series Review

There has been a lot of buzz lately over the Penetrator Generation X lights produced by Hydro Grow LED. Today, we’ll review these lights, but before we delve into the nitty-gritty, we need to get organized. Hydro Grow LED (HGL Technologies) currently produces four lines of lights:

Lighthouse Hydro BlackStar 240W Grow Light Review

List Price: $386.95Sale Price:Usually around $290 at AmazonAvailability: See Amazon for DetailsClick Here to Learn More or Buy Now at Amazon Today I’ll be taking an in-depth look at one of the most popular LED grow lights out there: the 240 Watt Blackstar (flowering edition) from Lighthouse

Reviewing the 357 Magnum LED

There has been a lot of hype recently over the 357w Magnum LED from Grow Perfect Technologies Inc. Today, I’ll take a deep look at the light and provide you with information that will hopefully help you determine whether or not the light lives up to the hype.

Advanced LED Lights Review | The Diamond Series

Advanced LED Lights Inc. is a well-known company in the LED grow light industry. A lot of people have had successful grows using their products. Today I will review their Diamond Series lights as well as tell you a little bit more about the company. Popular Lines

Spectra Grow LED Hydro Review

The Spectra LED grow light by Grow LED Hydro Inc. is a heavy-duty light designed to grow cannabis. It is well-respected in the online marijuana forums. Not everybody uses this light, but there are very few people who have something bad to say about it (which you’ll

Apache Tech LED Review: Hype or Hope?

Recently Apache Tech has created quite the buzz in the LED grow light industry. This buzz was generated because the company inked deals with both NASA and Stanford University. The LED growing industry is relatively new and growers are eagerly waiting for a clear winner to emerge.

Kessil Review

Kessil makes a very unique type of LED grow light. Their lights are so different from the other players in the industry that I originally classified them as second or third-tier lights that would only work on small herbs. After reading a few successful grow journals where