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Share your reef and win a GHL Mitras LX7!
Brought to you by GHL USA

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GHL Mitras LX 7206 Ultimate Giveaway

The GHL Mitras LX7 takes LED lighting technology to new heights. With 72 LEDs, 6 evenly-spaced clusters, 9 LED channels, 99% reflectivity, wide spectrum range from UV to far Red, and exceptional light spread, your corals will grow like no other.

Enter to win a Mitras LX 7206 and light your way to the reef tank you’ve always wanted!


How to qualify:
  • Sign up to the GHL USA mailing list

  • Share your reef and tell us why the Mitras LX7 would be a great fit for you!

  • Once you do the above, you’re officially in the contest!
BONUS ENTRY:
  • For a bonus entry, follow us on Instagram and share this contest with the following hashtags: #GHL_aquariumproducts, #MitrasLX7Giveaway, #Reef2Reef

  • Then post here to let us know that you’ve shared it on social media!

1 LUCKY WINNER:
  • On December 3, 2017, 1 winner will be selected at random to win a GHL Mitras LX 7206 in their choice of BLACK or WHITE, valued at $749.90! Hanging kit included.


About the Mitras LX7:

Mitras LX7 provides a well-balanced combination of power and performance. Through the use of 72 high powered LEDs and custom metal-coated reflectors, the LX7 accomplishes light distribution and color blending like no other.

The issue of hot spots and disco effect become a thing of the past. With custom metal coated reflectors, light is reflected in the same manner as parabolic Metal Halide reflectors, reflecting 99% of emitted light, evenly distributed with minimal hotspots.

The built-in Wi-Fi module eliminates the need to go out and buy anything more to get connected to the cloud. With myGHL cloud, access to the Mitras LX7 just a few clicks away.

For more information, visit our product page here.

Key specifications:
  • 9 separately dimmable LED channels, including 385nm UV LED

  • 72 High-powered LEDs exclusively from Cree, Osram, and SemiLEDs

  • High performance reflectors with 99% reflection and high diffusion

  • Power Balancing Technology – Redirect unused power to any channel.

  • Photo mode – Eliminates common banding issue when taking photos

  • Upgradable and user serviceable design

  • Passively and actively cooled – Thermally controlled via microprocessor
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As you can tell, I’ve outgrown my tank and a upgrade is in the works. This would be a awesome addition to the new tank and to my sps( they’d love the extra light)

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Would love to try your LED fixture on my reef as I haven't been successful with LEDS in the past. I've had better luck with T5. Looking for a new led fixture!
 

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I'm still in the process of setting up my first reef. The last of my plumbing bits should show up today, and I've got to finish the stand, but I should be wet by Thanksgiving I hope. I'm planning to go with the ProfiLux for a controller, so these lights would be a perfect fit.
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If I win, I could sell off my light and Vectra M1 and upgrade to a RD3 so I can use more of the GHL functionality too!
 
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Ty Hamatake

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Done and done...

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I've been toying with the idea of getting a new light. Right now I have a T5/LED hybrid that I threw together to minimize shading. I think this light from GHL would solve my problems :)

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First picture is where my new 300g peninsula tank will be in a few months! <3 2nd pic is my clowns with their anemones. Why would these lights be perfect for me? I love the ability to do true-to-life lighting scenarios such as sunrise/sunset, clouds, rainy days, tropical dawn, moonlight simulation, seasonal lighting!! I live in Florida where I really would have a hard time dealing with the heat from metal halides, and these lights have great spectrum coverage that I can keep my anemones and corals happy. Last set of LEDs really let me down.
 

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My RSR250
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Think this GHL light would look awesome over my 80g.
 

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Subscribed and liked. Need to upgrade from black box lighting. [emoji4]
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I just finished plumbing my new build and dont have a light or anything else for it yet. A ghl light would force my hand in deciding which controller to go with. Haha I love equipment that coordinates.
 

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