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Cree 60W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulbs (6-Pack)
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Cree

60W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulbs (6-Pack)

  • Uses at least 84% less energy than standard bulbs
  • Delivers up to 25,000 hours of light
  • Highly rated for its eco-friendly design (see reviews)
$56.82 /package
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The Cree 60W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) Dimmable LED Light Bulbs emit a bright white light, but use at least 84% less energy than incandescent bulbs. Use these bulbs either indoors or outdoors in enclosed locations. They offer up to 25,000 hours of light and are backed by a 10-year limited manufacturer warranty.

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  • Brightness: 800 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.14 (based on 3 hours/day, ¢11/kWh; cost depends on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
  • Energy used: 9.5 watts
  • Lumens per watt: 84
  • Uses 84% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Replaces traditional 60- and 40-watt bulbs for an energy- and money-saving solution
  • Lights instantly and offers omni-directional light
  • Doesn't contain mercurcy
  • Features an A19 shape with a medium base
  • Provides a dimming feature for a personalized lighting effect
  • Works indoors and outdoors in enclosed locations; damp rated
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for an ENERGY STAR rating
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Do these bulbs get hot to the touch?

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October 26, 2015
Even though they are LED bulbs, the amount of heat that they generate is based on the design. Some get hotter than others. I'm just wondering how hot these get.
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February 16, 2016
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They get EXTREMELY hot. In fact I think these particular bulbs get hotter than incandescent bulbs. So much so that I'm actually swapping mine out for another brand because I'm not comfortable with how hot they get.
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November 18, 2015
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The LED's themselves do not produce heat. The heat in a LED bulb is generated from the power running the electronics that power the LED's. The base of the original Cree bulb has the base, then just above the base is an area that is finned. The fins are termed as a heat sync. The finned area is bigger than the same area that is smooth so it will help dissipate the heat faster. The finned areas do get hot. Read More
The LED's themselves do not produce heat. The heat in a LED bulb is generated from the power running the electronics that power the LED's. The base of the original Cree bulb has the base, then just above the base is an area that is finned. The fins are termed as a heat sync. The finned area is bigger than the same area that is smooth so it will help dissipate the heat faster. The finned areas do get hot. How hot will depend upon how much free air space is around to dissipate into and how long the bulb has been turned on. Read Less
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November 16, 2015
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I don't understand the other answers. I have these bulbs in my home. The porcelain base below the bulb gets extremely hot. The bulb itself does not. The ribbed portion of the porcelain is the hot part. The smooth porcelain below is cooler. I have the a19 and the BR30 with the same porcelain design. Both get too hot to touch at the ribbed part of the porcelain.
I'm hoping someone can explain why this is. Read More
I don't understand the other answers. I have these bulbs in my home. The porcelain base below the bulb gets extremely hot. The bulb itself does not. The ribbed portion of the porcelain is the hot part. The smooth porcelain below is cooler. I have the a19 and the BR30 with the same porcelain design. Both get too hot to touch at the ribbed part of the porcelain.
I'm hoping someone can explain why this is. I can't have 40 plus defective bulbs. Read Less
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November 6, 2015
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They only get warm. Because LED lamps are many times more efficient than incandescent types and much more efficient than flourescents and "CFLs", most of the energy they do use is converted into light and very little into heat.
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October 30, 2015
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They are not hot to the touch at all, plus they have a coating that is non-slip. These are some great light bulbs. I have them throughout my entire home.
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Can this bulb be used in a single-bulb recessed light?

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August 14, 2015
I have a recessed light above my kitchen sink and 4 above my porches that are under roof. The lights are recessed in a metal box with a flush mount lens
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Based on the failure I have already seen, I strongly suspect increased temperature around the base of the lamp in a recessed fixture (especially within an IC can) will kill these lamps in less than 10,000 hours of service. The lamps I have are open but inverted in a ceiling fan fixture. The increased heat in this fixture no doubt played a part in killing this lamp. I strongly suspect the 25,000 hour Read More
Based on the failure I have already seen, I strongly suspect increased temperature around the base of the lamp in a recessed fixture (especially within an IC can) will kill these lamps in less than 10,000 hours of service. The lamps I have are open but inverted in a ceiling fan fixture. The increased heat in this fixture no doubt played a part in killing this lamp. I strongly suspect the 25,000 hour figure the manufacturer states was probably arrived at with the lamp mounted vertically in open air with a room temperature of 70F or lower. The weak point in all of these new lamps (CFL's and LED's) appears to be the electrolytic capacitors used in the switching power supply. According to manufactures data sheets, even the best grades of these capacitors are only good for temperatures of up to 106C and at that temperature they don't last very long. To achieve a 25,000 hour life the capacitors they use cannot exceed 65C. Given how hot these things get it is pushing it even in a completely open, vertically mounted bulb! Read Less
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You can certainly try it. The lens is going to cut down on the light, but that would be the case with any bulb. LED bulbs stay fairly cool because of their low energy use, so I would think they'd be good for such an enclosed recessed light where the heat of a regular incandescent bulb could be a problem. If you have any doubts, why not see about buying a single bulb to see if you like the light they give Read More
You can certainly try it. The lens is going to cut down on the light, but that would be the case with any bulb. LED bulbs stay fairly cool because of their low energy use, so I would think they'd be good for such an enclosed recessed light where the heat of a regular incandescent bulb could be a problem. If you have any doubts, why not see about buying a single bulb to see if you like the light they give in your fixtures? Read Less
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August 15, 2015
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Yes, this product can be used in a recessed light fixture.
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Are they dimmable?

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why due you not carry led lites in cool white and in the a15 size

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they carry the EcoSmart bright white which is as close to the kelvin temp range as you are going to get to cool white
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LED lamps are rated by "heat ranges" and a cool white type LED would be in the 4000k range (daylight would be in the 5000k range). I believe Home Depot does carry at least some "cool white" type LEDs of around 4000K. If they don't carry the particular lamps you're looking for, maybe request them.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 703 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not as reliable as expected I installed 7 of these bulbs a 1 1/2 years ago and have already had one failure. We'll see if Home Depot honors the 10 year warranty - I obviously don't have the receipt. If they do, then I'll change my recommendation to "yes". July 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad product!!! Over the past 2 or so years we have purchased many of these bulbs. They are expensive, but hoped they would last and we would be saving on electricity. These things don't last nearly as long as a standard bulb, so its a total waste of money. My wife contacted Cree who asked her to send in the bad bulbs for replacement, which she did. It's many months later and we never heard anything back. I will never buy another Cree bulb again. I love Home Depot, but really dislike this product! June 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice, but still flawed. I really hoped these would be true replacements for my incandescent bulbs. Sadly, my search continues... Pros: No startup delay. Good 2700K color. Cons: Slightly longer than incandescent bulbs, so they extend further out of my pendant fixtures. Safety coating is sticky and seems to attract small particles. Less light output at tip of bulb than sides. Buzzes softly for several minutes upon startup, enough to notice and annoying when you have to speak over it. Flickers alot due to sensitivity to circuit fluctuations (almost every opening of our refrigerator door causes a flicker). I have tried 2 other brands and these come in 2nd behind a competitors bulb. June 20, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by multiple early burnouts Installed a variety of LED bulbs throughout a new house completed in 2013. We are experiencing too many (half a dozen so far) early failures of these CREE bulbs. We have a whole-house surge protector, and this is the only LED bulb to-date that has been burning out. May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Failed after 1-1.2 years Lasted no longer than an incandescent bulb but WAY more expensive. Won't buy CREE again May 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by avoid I bought about 10 of these thinking that the long life and energy savings would offset the high price. I was SO wrong! 6 have failed after less than a year and a half. Home Depot only offers a 1 cent refund on them because the style has been discontinued (duh) and I only saved the box they came in, not the receipt! On three of them the glass fell off and the others just quit working. Stay away from this brand! April 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect So Far These bulbs have been perfect so far. I've used them for approximately one year at an average of 8 hours per day. That's already 2920 hours and none of them have burned out. Using only 9.5 watts each has already shown a reduction on my electricity bill. These bulbs are also assembled in the U.S.A. which I always try to support. Use the "Daylight" (5000K) if you want white light or use the "soft white" (2700K) if you want yellowish light. January 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stop searching: This is the A19 LED to get Length of ownership: 6 months Total bulbs: 132 Failures or defects: none Setting: outdoor (went down to -40 with windchill) and also indoor bulbs Fixtures: mix of completely enclosed (no air circulation) and open Power consumption: Between 9.8 Watt for heavy use area (over 750 hours so far) and 11.4 Watt for rarely used bulb (19 hours) Quality of light: Same as incandescent (2700K), I can't tell a difference Performance: Instant on, equal brightness or maybe slightly better than a 60W incandescent Omnidirectional? Yes, see pictures. Dimming: down to ~2% with adaptive phase Control4 dimmer (see picture) Noise: none even with full dimming Flicker: none at any dimming level Issues: you cannot go from 0% light to 2% light. You can go directly to 5%. To dim to 2%, you must go >5% and dim down from there. March 28, 2014
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