Anyone tried one of these boxes?

Discussion in 'Stealth / Micro / Cab Growing' started by PlantsAreNeat, Apr 17, 2015.


    PlantsAreNeat Well-Known Member

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    Abiqua Well-Known Member

    Honest opinion or nice opinion.....

    Nice opinion....looks good, Better than most in fact..... if it was half the price, I might consider it.....If there was a quality LED fixture, I might really consider it....

    Honest aluminum/ tin cabinet cut on a brake, any metalworker in your area should be able to do this less than $100....A rubbermaid tote, cut out with net cups and fish pump....with a $15 cfl ........what screams $800 for that....

    Again, probably one of the better prices I have seen for a cabinet, but still....How about altering a Pre-Made Cabinet instead of building from scratch?
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    Sativied Well-Known Member


    Did you see the dimensions? It's about the size of a small drying tent. Can buy more cobs for that money and run softer instead. :D

    For that money it should be much larger and there are better options, like indeed a regular closet.
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    Zoltan32 Well-Known Member

    That thing is tiny, had to search around for the dimensions too... 18x24x30... Looks like a file cabinet..
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    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    I built a 2x4x6 ft oak cabinet with lights and ventilation for less than 500.

    That thing is a rip off. You could build it for less than 200.

    PlantsAreNeat Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the input guys.

    I have been trying to find a more "bare bones" growbox for sale online but without much luck. I don't have a ton of free time to make the whole box from scratch, but with a nice start or just a nice box constructed I could finish off the inside how I want it but it is looking more and more like I need to just find a suitable box or cabinet and fully make it into what I need.

    caretak3r Well-Known Member

    I actually have one of those. It didn't take long for me to realize that for my needs, I really did require 2 chambers (veg/bloom). I also only did two cycles with that light before I started looking for alternatives. The carbon sock was NOT adequate - I ended up ripping it out and ducting to my attic with a filter up there.

    All that said, I bought it because i was in a time crunch and my patient couldn't wait for me to figure everything out. In my case, I did what I did and don't regret it based on my needs. I did not get $800 worth of meds from it as-is, but it gave me a platform to learn on. I'll try and get back on later tonight and post my suggestions for straight forward tote build (I've got one in the works).
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    Tim Fox Well-Known Member

    look at furnature for sale on craigslist near you, anything like an old refriderator or smaller keg apt size fridge works great, an old dressor or wardrobe / tv type cabinet works good, drill some holes, run a power strip, hang a cheapy china led like a mars light , follow the idea above and use a storage tub from home depot with a fish air pump and do a simple DWC hydro or go for soil with some fox farms ocean mix, , a pc fan and a home made carbon filter with pencil cups and panty hose,, BAM!!!
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    Smoke-A-Cola Well-Known Member

    I have the SuperCloset Trinity LED, and I love it. In my opinion it is worth the cost. I could have built my own, but it most definitely would not have been the same quality. Also they give you a 3 year warranty on all parts, whIch is pretty valuable. These cabinets are very well designed, plus you get free grow support, and they even gave me a free how to grow in hydroponics video series (Grow like a SuperPro). I don't really need that stuff, but it would be great if you are a new grower.

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    TieOneOn New Member

    Looks like you have a 600 watt going there. How many plants do you grow at once?
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    Tim Fox Well-Known Member

    DUDE,, i googled your closet,, 2000 to 4000 dollars??!!!! WHAT ??/

    Smoke-A-Cola Well-Known Member

    Yeah, well I had limited space and extra cash, so....

    DudebeDoobie Active Member

    FNG here, I was pretty close to buying this grow cabinet. After doing some research I've decided to build my own. I'll use their specs as a guideline but will be happier with the hydroponic/ lighting system I install. They have very specific approach to growing which works well for some with minimal effort. Seems kind of like training wheels for growers. Not at all saying that's a bad thing. But, I'm looking to have 2 to 3 plants fill my canopy not 18.

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