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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby Shimmy » Fri Feb 11, 2011 4:54 pm

5.13am. Gee, you're up early! :D

However, I do also believe that many of our raw products are purchased from overseas and mixed/blended here.


Yes, there are a few companies in Australia that do this.

To that end, it is quite legal for a company to cite these products as being "Made in Australia" even though they are made from imported ingredients as long as they were processed in Australia.
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby raznik » Tue Feb 15, 2011 12:45 pm

It does make you wonder who's product is identical to who's product doesnt it?
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby Jabel04 » Tue Feb 15, 2011 11:54 pm

raznik wrote:It does make you wonder who's product is identical to who's product doesnt it?



Sure does!! And this is where marketing makes it's big entrance!!
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby pollypinkKylie » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:29 am

I have been to a few Lish training days and been to the Lish store in Morayfield and have never even heard a mention of Lish being Australian made, just Australian owned so I really don't know what the big problem is??

And what does it have to do with the YN sunflower lamp! :?
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby Shimmy » Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:03 pm

It does make you wonder who's product is identical to who's product doesnt it?


It's fun trying to spot who's using the same thing!
For example, Lish and Hawley licence their drills from the same Asian manufacturer.
Young Nails and Kupa do the same thing with their suppliers.
Who else has spotted identical items?
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby Tess » Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:16 pm

Shimmy wrote:
It does make you wonder who's product is identical to who's product doesnt it?


It's fun trying to spot who's using the same thing!
For example, Lish and Hawley licence their drills from the same Asian manufacturer.
Young Nails and Kupa do the same thing with their suppliers.
Who else has spotted identical items?


Maybe instead of hijacking this thread you could create another one on this subject :wink:
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby angelspot » Tue Feb 22, 2011 5:11 pm

pollypinkKylie wrote:
angelspot wrote:
pollypinkKylie wrote:Hi all, can anyone please tell me if they have tried or know anything about the Young Nails Sunflower Lamp??

Thanks Kylie :)

it's a 20w tabletop light, air cleaner, odour remover and nail dust collector all in one, I'm gonna check one out on Monday so will let u know how I find it with the position etc :D


Thanks heaps look forward to hearing what you think about it :D

Thanks Kasha too, that helps a lot, it is hard to imagine how it works from looking at the picture, I thought it would be quite loud so good to hear it's not :)


I actually wanna sell my fumelok and get one of these! The dust doesnt go anywhere near your face as it positioned lower off to the side. and it sounds like a hairdryer in another room.. not very noisy at all. I'm probably gonna get one eventually even just to have for doing gel toes!!
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby Lapistear » Tue Feb 22, 2011 6:50 pm

After a table I'm looking at getting on of these... either this or a second uv light.... I'll have to wait and see
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby pollypinkKylie » Tue Feb 22, 2011 7:12 pm

Cool thanks for your help, must be good if you would use it instead of your fumelok! :)
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby angelspot » Tue Feb 22, 2011 7:48 pm

I just love how compact it is and you can use it anywhere. I havnt used it for a full on day of clients though, but the fumelok annoys me sometimes cos the dust builds up in the grate and its a bit of a pain to empty. I do love the fumelok though but I think I will definatly be saving up for the sunflower.
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby Lapistear » Wed Feb 23, 2011 4:59 am

I saw an old demo of an earily model on youtube. Watching that little cyclone of dust swirl up into the sunflower was what sold me. My only concern is, in the picture the light seems to be orange, and not a "daylight" light.
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby angelspot » Wed Feb 23, 2011 7:35 am

It really is like a little cyclone.. it was even sneakily sucking dust over from the table next to it when I saw it in action. Yes I do believe it was a traditional bulb, I already have a daylight lamp so would more so be using it for dust and fume extraction.
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Re: YN Sunflower Lamp

Postby Tess » Wed Feb 23, 2011 4:32 pm

angelspot wrote:It really is like a little cyclone.. it was even sneakily sucking dust over from the table next to it when I saw it in action. Yes I do believe it was a traditional bulb, I already have a daylight lamp so would more so be using it for dust and fume extraction.


Maybe it could be switched to a daylight bulb Ange? Day light globes come in all shapes and sizes these days :D
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