Stunner strip question

TOXIC831

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I have a 10 gallon reef tank with a reefbrite minimagnum its a 6watt blue LED light. Im thinking of getting a 12 1/2" stunner strip but idk what color. Im wondering if 445nm Royal Blue or the 453nm blue is a brighter blue?? Please help!!:sad:
 
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i have the stunner strips on my tank i use as moon lights i went with the 12.5 6 watt 453nm .. they are good .. i bought a set of 6 and sold 3 but thinking about picking up another set of 3 ..
 
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I have only had the blues and ultraviolets over my tank. The blues are much brighter. The ultraviolet can hardly be seen unless all the other lights are completely off...then it is like a blacklight on the corals.
 

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