A good 5V / 5A (or higher) Power Supply for use with Arduino?

Hey you all. I need to run an Arduino and two 1.8A (max) LED strips from a really reliable power supply and I figured 5A + would be a comfort zone for that.

Most of the adapters I am seeing online are junk and probably not regulated well. Any suggestions on a good brand or link to a good product?

If you don't mind using converters, how about this:

I haven't tried it though.

Good luck!

There are the open frame types, but they really have to be inside an enclosure for safety.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/AC110-220V-TO-DC-5V-12V-24V-48V-Switch-Power-Supply-Driver-adapter-For-LED-Strip-/301685560616?var=&hash=item463ddc5528

Leo…

Look in thrift stores or computer recycling centers for a power supply brick. They always work and cost next to nothing.

I got four of the 5V @ 10amps supplies that Wawa link.
They worked great.