Grow Lights for Marijuana – Jedi Level

1200 Watt LED Grow Lights For SaleThank goodness you made it. I didn’t think you were gonna show up. I’m glad you were able to get away from your crops, even if it’s just for a minute. I got what you are looking for. This list contains highly rated 1000-watt and higher LED grow lights for marijuana, and as luck would have it, they are based on my own personal experience and customer reviews.

These are mostly for expert/pro level growers who want the absolute best out of their blessed indoor plants. They can cover a larger size grow project which can be up to 8 plants per light. The average grow area coverage of these lights is 6.5 square feet at around 36” height (Max coverage 7 square feet). Please note that the power of these lights is higher so they need to be placed further away from the canopy to prevent bleaching. The listed grow lights for marijuana are currently the lowest price available anywhere online. 

My # 1 Top Pick

Advanced Platinum P1200 1200w 12-Band Full Spectrum LED Grow Light 

1200 Watt P1200 Advanced Platinum LED Grow LightFeatures Include 12-Band Full Spectrum, Dual Growth/Bloom Switch, 3-Watt Diodes, 8 Cooling Fans w/Aluminum Heat Sinks, 5-Year Warranty, 758-Watt Output, with PAR at 24" Being 1440 µmol m−2s−1.

 

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My 2 cents: This is my favorite of all the 1200 watt LED grow lights because I got one early this year and it exceeded my expectations. It has full spectrum performance that produces huge yields every time. What if there's a problem? The best 5-year warranty in the business and excellent customer service have you covered. You are guaranteed to get your money back out of this one with your high yields! Wear eye protection or be prepared to be temporarily blinded because this grow light blasts the light out.  The coverage is also the best in this category and the penetration into the lower canopy is high allowing for more growth.  Yes, it's expensive but if you have the stones, this is the one for you. My rating 4.9 outta 5.


 

My # 2 Pick - Proven Performance

ViparSpectra 12-Band Full SpectruDimmable Series 1200W LED Grow Light

1200 Watt Viparspectra LED Grow LightFeatures Include 12-Band Full Spectrum, Growth/Bloom Switch, 5-Watt Diodes, 5 Cooling Fans w/Aluminum Heat Sinks, 3-Year Warranty, 549-Watt Output, with PAR at 24" Height at 892 µmol m−2s−1.

 

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My 2 cents: This ViparSpectra 1200 watt is the best model they make. It is an imposing beast that is powerfully intense yet runs cool due to its 5 fans. It does maintain the violet hue but still puts out full spectrum light for optimum growth. I advise caution when looking into the light because it is intense, to say the least, so wear eye protection, please. All that intensity can mean two things, massive vegetative growth, and high yields. These grow lights for marijuana are priced a lot lower than my number one pick so they are well worth the price! My rating is 4.8 outta 5.


 

My # 3 Pick - Power and Value

MEIZHI Reflector-Series 1200W LED Full Spectrum Grow Light 

1200 Watt Meizhi LED Grow LightFeatures Include 12-Band Full Spectrum, Growth/Bloom Switch, 5-Watt Diodes, 4 Cooling Fans w/Aluminum Heat Sinks, 1-Year Warranty, 568-Watt Output, with PAR at 24" Height Being 815 µmol m−2s−1.

 

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My 2 cents: If you've read any of my previous comments on Meizhi lights, you'll know I like them a lot because they perform great when growing marijuana and they are affordably priced. I do not own this particular model but an associate of mine owns two and I have seen the end results first hand and I was impressed, to say the least. The only downside is the one year warranty but to date, I've never had an issue where I've needed one with Meizhi so this is one of the best grow lights for marijuana and it's priced great providing great value. For the price you pay for the performance you get, this light is a phenomenal deal. My rating 4.7 outta 5.


 

Conclusion

Now there you have it, the higher wattage end of the LED grow lights for marijuana for the serious indoor grower. Which type of grower are you? You can generate some awesome results even with the most basic setups but there is no denying the fact that performance and power from your light set the highest standard for maximum growth and the highest yields.

My best advice I can give you is to do the best you can, in whatever you do. You cannot half-ass anything and expect perfection, especially when it comes to growing marijuana certain indoor plants. Yes, they are weeds and grow rapidly but since your goal is ultimately the consumption of the plant, it is in your best interest to get the maximum yield possible from your plants which means giving them the best possible conditions  If you have any questions about any of the grow lights for marijuana I’ve recommended on my site or if you have a preference towards one not listed, please comment below, I’d love to hear from you.

4 Comments

  1. Jennifer B

    When it comes to growing indoors, you need a consistent environment to keep your plants, happy, healthy and thriving. I had purchased a grow light in the past few years so my husband could keep his Carolina Reaper pepper plants thriving during the winter months, so I know how hard it can be to find a good quality light. You covered a lot of options, and there really is something for every budget. Thanks for a great review!

    • Karl Hosch

      I agree, consistency is key for optimal plant health. Most people don’t realize that in some parts of the world, there is less light in the winter months, which is why grow lights are so important. Carolina Reaper, they are as hot as they are unique. I ate one on a dare, or tried to eat one but barely took one bite and had to spit it out it was soo hot. Tums and milk saved me that day. LOL. 

      I would recommend one of the traditional or beginner lights on my lists for a Carolina Reaper. One 36w bulb for one plant or 120 watt+ for multiple plants. If you ever need any help or have any questions, please feel free to come back anytime. Thank you for your comment!  

  2. jeremy

    Alright now we’re talking. If you are growing, this is the type of setup you want to go for. Its a lot of money but you don’t want to slack on your lighting. These lights are good about not producing a lot of heat which you definitely do not want. Also, I think I read on all of them that they have really good warranties. I would never get one of these lights without a solid warranty.

    • Karl Hosch

      True, these lights are for large setups and multiple plants so it doesn’t pay to skimp on lighting. There is a lot of investments made when it comes to growing certain plants. The wrong or too little light doesn’t allow for optimum growth. If there is too little, the plants will become elongated and reach for more light from the source which is bad because you would rather have the plants growth focused on girth which ends up producing more leaves, blooms, or buds. Other plants thrive with excessive light like cactus and succulents so they can be a great addition to your indoor plant selection. Thanks for the comment, I appreciate you stopping by again and feel free to comment anytime. I like to share what knowledge I have. Thanks again. Cheers! 

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