Grill light?

My better half likes to eat later, sometimes into the night. My patio flood light doesnt cut it, so I bought an off-brand unit, but I dont like the light temp. It makes the food look weird too the point I cant really tell the color.

Does the Weber light give natural "day light" light? And/or does anybody have suggestions/recommendations?

Thanks!
 

Timothy F. Lewis

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I agree, I dislike the “cool” color that you get from most LED lights too. I found some lights which seem to be much more a “full spectrum” light for my kitchen track lights. I don’t know if anyone makes them for grill lights or not.
 
Here was and is my solution:


Keep on smokin',
Dale53 :wsm:
Thats a quartz work light. I have on in the garage, but that is too bright. I live in a subdivision, and need to be a little more obscure.
 

Brad Baker

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I agree, I dislike the “cool” color that you get from most LED lights too. I found some lights which seem to be much more a “full spectrum” light for my kitchen track lights. I don’t know if anyone makes them for grill lights or not.
LEDs with a 2700K color temp seems to match my old recessed halogens pretty well.
 

Timothy F. Lewis

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Jim, that seems a little bit overkill for the “P1GVILLION” but, it’s your decision.
Decided I’d waited long enough for the last of the care package you sent, lots of frustrating news around here and something like really GOOD bacon seemed like the thing to have! Had most for lunch and “upgraded” a Costco sausage pizza with black olives, the rest of the bacon and some fresh mozzarella, pineapple on wife’s side.
Thanks again buddy!
 

D Livingston

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Here is my grill light. Hue bulb in an outdoor, wet rated fixture. It used to be in the metal, canvas roofed gazebo over our deck table, but that had seen better days and was removed. I can set the color temp to whatever I want/need.

 

timothy

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I have those Hue's on most of my indoor lights. Kitchen, dining, front room and puter room.
Voice commands and you can dim or change colors, turn on/off without touching a switch.

Tim
 

JimK

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LEDs with a 2700K color temp seems to match my old recessed halogens pretty well.
Yep. Generally, I find 3000K or lower to be the 'warm' light that I like. Although in certain fixtures, that can change - I learned that the hard way.
 

Timothy F. Lewis

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I like the daylite bulbs these days, put 4' leds up in the carport/cookport lol
“Cookport” I like that! I’m going to try to sell the idea of a “Grillzebo” but, that won’t happen very soon. Have to finish the kitchen and then replace French doors before I can consider that project.
 

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