Reddit Reddit reviews Lutron Credenza Plug-In Dimmer FOR Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs, with Locator Light, TT-300NLH-WH, White

We found 24 Reddit comments about Lutron Credenza Plug-In Dimmer FOR Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs, with Locator Light, TT-300NLH-WH, White. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Lutron Credenza Plug-In Dimmer FOR Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs, with Locator Light, TT-300NLH-WH, White
For use with up to 300 Watts of incandescent and halogen bulbs onlyDims table and floor lamps to suit any activityEasy plug in installation. No wiring requried. Easy slide operation allows you to adjust lights to desired levelSoft red locator light helps you find the dimmer in the darkComes with 1 year limited warranty on materials and manufacture
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24 Reddit comments about Lutron Credenza Plug-In Dimmer FOR Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs, with Locator Light, TT-300NLH-WH, White:

u/mountainmountain · 26 pointsr/AskWomen

Man here, but a lamp dimmer may be what you need.

u/Wishyouamerry · 7 pointsr/Parenting

Trashy magazine, a really good moisturizer, candy, booze (or something like a virgin daiquiri mix if she's nursing), a great book, a dimmer switch that you can install on a bedside light, some funny movies on DVD, an itunes gift card, a gift card to get her nails or hair done ... I'll keep thinking.

*Edit: an appointment book/calendar, a journal

u/backchok12 · 6 pointsr/sex

Merry Christmas part 2.

A $9 dimmer with great reviews. If you look closely enough you'll find a few that reference the Hitachi Wand. Just keep it low and don't overload yourself.

Have fun!

u/grem75 · 6 pointsr/electronics

Buy this.

Just asking these questions means you shouldn't be touching it, the power coming from your wall is no joke. You can burn your house down and kill yourself.

It isn't difficult, but it takes knowledge and experience to do it safely. You don't just slap a potentiometer into a 120VAC line and hope for the best, a potentiometer is not a dimmer.

u/badon_ · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I have a lot of experience in countries with very polluted air. I use a common 20 inch box fan with a MERV 11 to MERV 17 furnace filter taped to it. I always buy the cheapest Glasfloss or similar MERV 11 filters that are 4 inches thick. Example search for them:

  • glasfloss merv 11 20x20x4 - Google Search

    If I need more filtration, I leave the cheap MERV 11 attached to act as a pre-filter, and then I tape on a higher MERV rating filter. If your filter is constantly recirculating indoor air (not filter fresh air from outside), then a lower and cheaper MERV rating can work for you.

    The best way to save a ton of money on filters is to buy industrial bag filters instead of boxy furnace filters. The bag filters can last years in household use before needing to be replaced. You can get bag filters here:


    Ideally, you want it hanging from a shelving unit. I always try to put my fan and filter as high up off the ground as I can get it. A lot of dust settles out of the air naturally, so you don't want to stir it up again with the breeze from the fan.

    Set your cheap box fan on "High", then use one of these to control the speed and noise:

u/Jessie_James · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

> dimmer for a wall outlet

FYI - This is not up to code. You should probably devise a different solution, such as ...

u/tawa83 · 3 pointsr/TwoXSex

Use it together. Stand by the side of the bed w/ her on her back, legs spread. Press against her so that your balls press against her labia and your cock is on top of her mons. Vibe her pussy THROUGH your cock by putting the HMW on top of your cock. In other words, turn it into a shared experience rather than 'here…fix your broken pussy'

You might also invest in a lamp dimmer to give you vibe intensity options other than high, low and off.

u/AdmiralBallsack · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

I took it to the next level and bought an outlet dimmer and then took a staple gun and put the lights in rows running across my ceiling

u/skydivegayguy · 2 pointsr/snakes

my set up is as follows and should help you with your set up, assuming you're willing to invest in your animals husbandry and currently use a glass tank with a mesh top.

for each of my snakes I keep in tanks I have cypress mulch bedding, a hygrotherm controller, a reptifogger, a lamp dimmer switch, and a heat bulb that's too high wattage for what I need

I get the extra wattage on the bulb for a few reasons, mostly because it gives me a larger range that I can adjust with the lamp dimmer switch and this way I can easily bump up the temps if any of them start to exhibit RI symptoms.

the hygrotherm sensor is placed inside of the tank right around the middle of the enclosure, I keep it set to maintain 50-60 percent humidity 90% of the time, and when the snake is in shed I bump it up to 80% from the time they start to go blue, to the time they finish sloughing their skin.

by using the hygrotherm/reptifogger combination, it's incredibly easy to keep my snake happy and healthy and still keep them on display so my friends and I can peak in anytime without having to disturb them in a tub.

here are the links for what I use (reptifogger, currently pretty inexpensive relatively speaking) (hygrotherm controller) (dimmer switch)

u/Watcher_woman · 2 pointsr/ballpython

Go over this

Also for any high heat bulb you need a ceramic socket lamp and that usually does not come with a dimmer

This however ( you can pick the same thing up at most hardware stores) works great so long as you use a thermometer or IR temp gun to check and set the dimmer to output the correct amount of heat.

This doesn't show images but it has a good write up on how to use a dimmer

u/love_to_sleep_in · 2 pointsr/AskMen

If you don't already have one of these you might want to get one. It allows you to plug the Hitachi in and then use the dimmer slider to adjust the intensity of the vibe up or down from low rumble to blast-your-clit-off speed. Someone from Reddit recommended it to me years ago and I'll tell you, for me, it takes the Hitachi from amazing to out-of-this-fucking-world amazing!

u/OctopusTheOwl · 2 pointsr/hognosesnakes

40C is way too hot (max is 35C), but you still need the hot side to be at least 32C. If you're using a heat bulb, definitely get a lower wattage bulb, a dome fixture with a dimmer, or an actual light dimmer like this one so you can control the heat output. When you say the surface, do you mean the surface all the way down to the glass of the surface of the substrate? If so, what's the substrate?

u/SleepDeprivedPegasus · 1 pointr/AskWomen


Lutron TT-300NLH-WH Credenza Lamp Dimmer White

$10 right there .-.

u/samiDEE1 · 1 pointr/sex
u/ScrewRosesWantThorns · 1 pointr/SexToys

There's a trick you can use to get it to growl more and buzz less: you get a dimmer plug (like this) and use it to lower the voltage (and so the RPM) of your newer Hitachi. Bear in mind that the motor is not meant to do this, and it will likely shorten the service life of the appliance.

HV-250Rs go for three times the price of HV-260s on Amazon; unless money is no object, avoid spending the premium.

u/mushmouth26 · 1 pointr/tortoise

Running power from your house is probably going to be your cheapest option. If you dont heat it at night your tortoise could get sick and cost you several hundred dollars in vet cost. So you need to decide on where you want to spend your money. Regardless your going to have cost. If you absolutely cant use the houses power then you need to go solar. A 200 watt kit would probably be the minimum necessary to charge the batteries daily. This is the kit I use. You can set the controller so that power kicks on only when its dark. A solar setup is going to at minimum probably cost you $500 by the time you buy an inverter and batteries. DONT USE CAR BATTERIES. Either solar batteries or at least golf cart batteries.

I have a redfoot but she is still small enough for indoors.

You want a heated night box for it sleep in. This is what I built for my sulcatas. Mine is a 4x8 foot insulated box they stay in. They can come and go as they please. You could build a mini one for probably less than $100.

4x4 Night box - although these are my plans from sketchup its not my original idea.


Heat mats are low wattage and would do the job for keeping the tort warm thru the night without completely discharging your batteries. Install it under a second layer of thin plywood so the wood floor is warmed. You dont want the tort to lay directly on it as it might burn the tortoise if where to malfunction. I use these with my sulcatas in their night box.

Plug the Heat mat into a dimmer switch so you can control the voltage and temp of the mat. I usually run mine at half power.

Use something like this to remotely monitor the overall ambient temperature in your box.

Overall it will be much cheaper to run an extension cord or to pay an electrician vs solar setup to run power to the enclosure.

u/novarossi · 1 pointr/buttplug

you need to get the Dimmer switch attachment for that hitachi, makes it a whole different toy

u/Interrupting_Jesus · 1 pointr/Paranormal

I wish that could explain it but the switch has no self purpolsion or spring action to move itself from all the wall off to all the way on. It also lays flat on the floor so gravity isn't an option. This lamp is right next to my side of the bed so if something paranormal wanted to mess with me that's a good lamp to choose. I'm extremely skeptical about this kind of thing and tonight I'm putting a box over the dimmer switch. Here's the style of switch if its hard to visualize.

u/burning1rr · 1 pointr/AskPhotography

Something to be aware of: The CFLs included in your kit are probably better than the generic CFLs at home depot, but they aren't going to be true black-body light sources.

CFLs tend to produce most of their color at a few specific frequencies. They look white, but under a spectrograph you can usually see the uneven frequency response.

If you have any problems with how color looks under these lamps, you might try using a couple of inexpensive incandescent or LED bulbs to see if you like the results better. Be careful not to overload your lamps if you try incandescent bulbs.

If you want a bit of control over the intensity of your lighting, you might try an inline dimmer with a dimmable bulb. If you buy a inline dimmer, make sure you get the right kind; incandecent and LED bulbs need different types of dimmers.

u/that_how_it_be · 1 pointr/sex

This looks like the one we have, although I'm not sure if it's an exact match.

u/SantiagoSentMe · 1 pointr/SpaceBuckets

I put my intakes towards the top of the bucket and my exhaust fan in the lid. It mostly depends on what type of pot you're going to use. If it fills your bucket then you'll want to have them high enough so the air isn't blocked. If there's some space around it then you could go lower but be sure to leave a little space at the bottom if you plan to make a drainage tray. I planned my bucket with a 3 gallon smart pot in mind so i kept the intakes high enough to not be obstructed. There's a link to my first bucket in my profile as Ekropf was kind enough to put it on I haven't taken pics of my 2nd bucket yet, but it's similar. That site has lots of great pictures and info. If you do end up using an intake fan you'll want to mount it somewhere that doesn't blow directly on the top of your pot as it will dry out the top layer of the medium too quickly so the wet/dry cycle will be tough to maintain.
I can't stress the passive intake enough. I was very much of the opinion that I was going to have 1 intake and 1 exhaust fan but some very good people here pointed me in the right direction before I started building. You can see the thread and comments in my profile. (Hoping I can pass along the knowledge I gained. The people on this subreddit are awesome and helped me immensely.) I was very pleasantly surprised by the pvc elbows. They're only about 80 cents each and since I had already ordered 2 fans I made a 2nd bucket. Also, if odor control is important to you then you'll want to maintain negative pressure in your bucket. Intake fans can lead to positive pressure and air leak whereas passive will guarantee negative pressure. Just Google it if you haven't read about it yet.

Regarding the fans; here's what I bought. They're plug and play for a regular outlet.
I also got lamp dimmers for my fans and they work great. Here's a link but I found them for 7 bucks at a local home store similar to Lowes or Home Depot.

I'd recommend getting a temp/humidity weather monitor and try your bucket with 1 fan first. You can always install a 2nd if needed. It's important to check temp/humidity with your pot and medium in the bucket...I found its much different than an empty bucket. Something like this...

I found cheap bricks of coco at Petsmart. It's also used for bedding/substrate in reptile terrariums. Roughly 6 bucks for 8 quarts...add about 30% perlite or vermiculite and you can easily fill a 2-3 gallon pot.

Here's what I did for led side lighting and power supply. It's not an absolute must, but definitely helpful from what I've read.

If you have any more questions, feel free to pm me. I highly suggest looking through'll give you lots of different ideas and you'll be able to see how they work before building your bucket.

Hope this helps!

u/stevland · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

Hmmm. I just plugged my 6W bulb into a tabletop lamp dimmer, very much like this one. It dimmed my bulb perfectly!

It seems to me that I need something like the lamp dimmer, only in a standard light-switch form factor.

It seems that all of the lamp dimmers I'm finding online are rated for 300W, whereas all of the single-pole household electrical dimmers are 600W.

/thinking out loud

u/timpster1 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

If you use this area at night as well, I'd strongly recommend fans that came with multiple color options, but I recommend it have red as well.

This is because #1 in LED world, red is the DARKEST LED made, no other LED (from what I've seen in consumer electronics) be dimmer than red.

It's also the best for sleep, so keep that in mind.

Also props on having a window, natural lighting is always the best lighting!
As for late night use, I recommend some amber light bulbs, like
orange 40 watt bulb sorry they don't come in packs of 4 or more.

You could also try red... for gaming / movies past 12 am
25 watt transparent red bulbs
Also pair these with a plug in light dimmer, which I'll provide one more link
lutron plug in lamp dimmer

Then you can get the mood just right, oh and don't forget about f.lux and I've posted a bunch of links, just google this one! It's
Here's a link, I want to see what the bots do

u/lilasiansub · 1 pointr/BDSMcommunity

have a Hitachi. Love it. Some people think that it's too strong, so buying a dimmer switch something like this might be useful. There are threads on here about securing a wand to a person you'll just have to search through them a bit