Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 55
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fullremodel Clean look
Fit perfectly and easily, just like screwing in a light bulb. Product even worked with original dimmer switch, nice soft light.
May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ksb86 amazing
These really look great. They are a little whiter and less of a warm white than i was expecting but they still look great. I did find that I had to used the included 'friction blades' instead of the 'torsion springs' to get a good flush to the ceiling look. One of my existing can lights flickers so Ill probably have to cut the wires on the adapter piece that is supposed to screw into the existing bulb socket and splice them together with wires up inside the junction box of the can light housing. Assuming your old can light housing and bulb socket are still good these attach very easily.
March 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MrHomeImprover Attactive LED Flood Lights with Trim Baffles
I have gradually replaced all my incandescent lights in my entire house and have about 20 of these. Finally got one LED light that didn't work but Home Depot was very courteous and made it right so I could easily replace the defective LED at the local store. The LED lights look very attractive and very easy to install, gives off plenty of light and work very well with an LED dimmer. There is however, a slight delay when you turn on the light switch before the lights actually turn on. Not a big issue though. Saving big $$ on my energy bill with these LED lights. They are more expensive than incandescent or even compact fluorescent lights but those have hazardous materials inside. LED's use far less energy and never get hot.
February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mp Very Pleased
Looks great, easy to install, and provides good light.
September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Hc great product and good price
I am really happy with the product , easy to assemble and great price
September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Joe Great LED to put in 6 inch cans
Bought these for various rooms in my house, and they light up the rooms extremely well. They are wet rated and have them on large porches and do so well that I decided not to get light kits on my ceiling fans. For example, I have 4 cans in master room with a vaulted ceiling (14x18 ft), two cans on vaulted patio off of master (14x10), 2 cans on front porch (10x10) with 10 ft. ceiling, and I have plenty of light. Only had them in for a month so I don't know if they will live up to the life span suggested on the box, but so far they work better than I expected.
January 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Oreguy Energy efficiency is not the only benefit...
I've installed more than 20 of these. They are without a doubt more energy-efficient than their incandescent counterparts. For the price, quality is exceptional, and they are a breeze to install if your recessed cans accept the torsion spring mounts. One of the biggest benefits that nobody seems to mention is the fact that they are a sealed assembly vs. the traditional trim+bulb. They stay absolutely clean because spiders and other insects don't get past the seal around the trim and into the can. Results may vary depending on the condition of the surface around the trim, but if your ceiling is relatively even and smooth, the seal is very effective. I hated how our old recessed lights attracted all sorts of insects and cobwebs, especially in the garage. I always had to vacuum them out when I replaced bulbs. No more. The latest batch I purchased from Home Depot come in 4-packs for roughly the same price as I used to pay for a single retrofit. They are still Commercial Electric, but the construction is a bit cheaper. The trim is thinner plastic for example, but they are still sturdy enough and look the same when installed. I have had mixed results with different dimmers. I have purchased dimmers that are on the "approved list" which didn't work well, and have used these with old existing dimmers with great results. The conclusion I have drawn is that the dimming performance of these retrofit kits do not match that of a traditional incandescent, and that's all there is to it. I'm confident LED technology will evolve to that level eventually, but in my experience it's close, but not quite there yet. If you can live with that, then you'll be pleased with these LED retrofits.
August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chris Recessed Lighting Alternative
Over the last few months I have installed 18 of these lights in my home. I highly recommend them. Nothing on the market works as well or is as easy to install anywhere near this price point and they are significantly brighter than the 60 watt incandescent flood light bulbs that they replaced. I could feel air coming in from our recessed lighting and often bugs would drop in through them. These sealed our home and improved energy efficiency by sealing off the air exchange that was occurring from the attic and of course the energy efficiency of the light it self; a win-win.
September 2, 2015