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Cree 75W Equivalent Soft White A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulb
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Cree

75W Equivalent Soft White A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulb

  • Provides a soft white light from a color temperature of 2700K
  • Offers dimming for a customized lighting experience
  • Does not contain mercury
$16.32 /each
(limit 12 per order)

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The Cree 75W Equivalent Soft White Dimmable LED Light Bulb gives your space a soft white glow, but uses at least 82% less energy than incandescent bulbs. Use it either indoors or outdoors in enclosed locations. It offers up to 25,000 hours of light and is backed by a 10-year limited manufacturer warranty.

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  • Brightness: 1100 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.63 (based on 3 hours/day, ¢11/kWh; costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
  • Energy used: 13.5 watts
  • Lumens per watt: 81
  • Uses 82% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Replaces traditional 75-watt bulbs for an energy- and money-saving solution
  • Lights instantly and offers omni-directional light
  • Doesn't contain mercurcy
  • Features an A19 bulb shape with a medium base
  • Dims to give you flexibility in lighting options
  • Works in either indoor or outdoor enclosed locations (damp rated)
  • Made of safety-coated glass for shatter resistance
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for an ENERGY STAR rating
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How do you dim these bulbs?

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Do you have to dim the bulb with a dimmer switch (installed on the wall) or is there a remote or other switch to dim the bulb? Thanks
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July 5, 2016
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You can dim these light bulbs by using a dimmable switch.
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OP here. I ended up purchasing the 100 watt dimmable bulbs and the Lutron Casetta Wireless Pico Wireless system. I. LOVE. IT!!! Pico let me plug a dimmer into the wall and then plug my lamps into it. I put the sticking the remote to the wall (it is designed to look like the rocker switch of a standard wall switch) in a location where there was no switch and so much more convenient.
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OP here. I ended up purchasing the 100 watt dimmable bulbs and the Lutron Casetta Wireless Pico Wireless system. I. LOVE. IT!!! Pico let me plug a dimmer into the wall and then plug my lamps into it. I put the sticking the remote to the wall (it is designed to look like the rocker switch of a standard wall switch) in a location where there was no switch and so much more convenient.
This set-up was expensive, but the lighting is warm and inviting. So worth it! I'm sure the 75 watt dimmable bulbs would work well with this dimmer. Read Less
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July 3, 2016
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This bulb is dimmed from an external dimmer switch (on wall,, etc.). Cree does make a "smart" bulb that can be dimmed by remote; however, I have not used this bulb at this time and do not how it compares to this bulb in question.
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July 2, 2016
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Yes it can be dimmed with a lamp dimmer. You will need Lutron #TTCL-100H-(color) is a Credenza line and the # I show is for the LED model. Looked it up on Home Depot site is not shown, your local store should be able to order it for you if no to http://www.lutron.com/en-S/general/Pages/LutronStore/LutronStore.aspx
for a list of stores that may carry it. I have used this dimmer before is great. You plug
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Yes it can be dimmed with a lamp dimmer. You will need Lutron #TTCL-100H-(color) is a Credenza line and the # I show is for the LED model. Looked it up on Home Depot site is not shown, your local store should be able to order it for you if no to http://www.lutron.com/en-S/general/Pages/LutronStore/LutronStore.aspx
for a list of stores that may carry it. I have used this dimmer before is great. You plug it into the outlet then plug lamp into it, has a cord with the dimmer on the end of it. Sure you will love it
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How many lumens does this bulb emit?

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1100 lumens
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This bulb provides 1100 llumens
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1100
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This bulb is 1100 lumens.
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Can the Cree LED 75W replacement bulb be used in a fully enclosed fixture?

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July 20, 2016
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No....there is a new version coming out soon that will allow enclosed spaces. They already have it for 60W Equivalent. There is no fire danger from using them in enclosed spaces, but they will have a shorter life as the LED Drivers will fail from the build up of heat.
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I had one of the Cree bulbs mounted upside down, in a closed fixture in the kitchen. It failed after 2 years, or about 4,000 hours of usage (we keep it on a lot). Had bad luck with Phillips bulbs in enclosed fixtures, too. Check the newest bulbs: usually the warning not to use in an enclosed fixture is printed only on the bulb in teeny-tiny print. Also, because LEDs use so little current, putting a Read More
I had one of the Cree bulbs mounted upside down, in a closed fixture in the kitchen. It failed after 2 years, or about 4,000 hours of usage (we keep it on a lot). Had bad luck with Phillips bulbs in enclosed fixtures, too. Check the newest bulbs: usually the warning not to use in an enclosed fixture is printed only on the bulb in teeny-tiny print. Also, because LEDs use so little current, putting a bigger equivalent bulb in a lower rated socket is no problem, in my opinion. Read Less
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Yes the wattage of most A19 bulbs are less than 15 watts as long as they will fit in the fixture without toughing the other surfaces in the light you will be more than fine. Am sure you will get years of enjoyment out of the LED lightbulbs
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It's working for me so far.
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Using 75W equivalent led in a 60 W incandescent fixture?

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I am buying a small table lamp with a 60 W fixture - which I assume means incandescent. If I wanted to use a brighter LED - ex 75 equivalent or even 100 - would I be creating a hazard?
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LED bulbs are rated by the Watts they use and by the lumens they output. What is confusing is that they are often also advertised as being equivalent in light output to a specific wattage incandescent (old school) lightbulb. So the 60 W equivalent LED doesn't use 60 W. Instead it probably uses 13-14 W and generates maybe 800 lumens, much like an old 60 W incandescent bulb would. This should all be listed Read More
LED bulbs are rated by the Watts they use and by the lumens they output. What is confusing is that they are often also advertised as being equivalent in light output to a specific wattage incandescent (old school) lightbulb. So the 60 W equivalent LED doesn't use 60 W. Instead it probably uses 13-14 W and generates maybe 800 lumens, much like an old 60 W incandescent bulb would. This should all be listed on the LED bulb packaging. The trick is that a 13 W LED generates way less heat and uses way less current then 60 W, so it is almost surely safe in a table lamp rated for a 60 W incandescent. The only real exception to this is with completely enclosed fixtures, which can slowly build up enough heat to damage LED bulbs that aren't designed for that application. I doubt this is a problem with your table lamp. Read Less
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No. The LED bulbs pull a fraction of what an incandescent bulb does. Usually less than 15 watts, so even though the light output (which is measured in lumens) is equal to or grater than the incandescent bulb, it uses much less actual wattage.
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You can use any LED bulb you want, there would be no heat problem or safety problem. the 100 watt A19 LED lamp is 14.5 watts and that is far from the 60 watt rating of the fixture. You will get the enjoyment of not having to change bulbs for about 20 years.
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75W Equivalent Soft White A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulb is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 140.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bulbs are great for 4-12 months and then they're awful I bought dozens of these 18-24 months ago and still have only installed half, periodically over that time. I've now validated that these bulbs consistently - after 4-12 months - begin a horribly annoying intermittent flicker, occasionally severe, but usually just enough to be extremely distracting and irritating. I can't believe all of the bulbs I bought of this awful quality, and I hope either Home Depot or Cree will stand behind the quality of their product and refund me for these awful products. I have contacted HD to see if they will allow me to return all used and unused for a refund but have not yet received a response (I only just sent the request).
Date published: 2016-02-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from i really liked this bulb as it outputs the same if not more light than 100 incontinent bulbs i li... i really liked this bulb as it outputs the same if not more light than 100 incontinent bulbs i like to use. color between the two bulbs i bought were very similar Kelvin (perfect to my eye) biggest con is they didn't make it to 2 years. they both burned out within a week or two of each other. I've had incontinent bulbs last longer so this is not acceptable for LED.
Date published: 2016-11-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lighting is good, reliability not so good I bought 4 Soft White 75 Watt Replacement bulbs approx 18 months ago. 2 have already stopped working. The quality of light they give off is great, however, if all are this unreliable, the cost cannot be justified especially since they are rated at 25,000 hours. The bulbs are used less than 2 hours per day.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Failed after 16 months - calling Cree This bulb is probably no longer available, but one of them failed after 16 months of 2-3 hours per day usage. I'll call Cree tomorrow and see if they will replace it. It's also very heavy, since it has a heat sink around the base, but on the plus side, the bulb itself isn't over-sized like some LEDs.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from * I've had three fo these. Put 2 to work 1 falied. Put one more to work another failed. down to 1, with no place I want to put it. Will return the dead one and the undead one and give up on this CREE bulb.
Date published: 2016-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cree bulb Put it in my storage shed and lit it very nicely. I buy Cree because they are the best..
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent light bulb Bright light, Low electricity and heat. Expecting very long life
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought 2 today Needed more lumens for my poker room and removed some cree 60 watt bulbs(I'll find another place for those) and replaced them with 75 watt equiv. Seem bright enough. The base is larger and thicker, but the bulbs are very similar to the 40 and 60watt from cree. only knock is the price...46$ for 2....not a decision based on saving a bunch of $$ on energy...was a decision based on having superior light with no mercury and instant brightness....i hope the prices eventually come down..but the bulb is fantastic...i have 50-60 cree bulbs in the house overall and i recommend anyone install these bulbs...particularly where changing bulbs is difficult. these supposedly last 10+ years.
Date published: 2014-01-02
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